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“Pose” Star Indya Moore Takes Her LGBTQ Fight to the Streets

Indya Moore’s impossibly glamorous face currently graces the cover of Elle magazine. Theirs is the first trans face ever to do so. Today, that face is also all over social...

Ryan Murphy Heads Back to the Ballroom for Season 2 of “Pose”

Pose is personal for series creator Ryan Murphy. Murphy has so far been tight-lipped about happens next his behind-the-ballroom drama. All anyone’s been permitted to say...

Strike a “Pose”: The Inevitable Rise of Billy Porter

Billy Porter knows how to make an entrance. Raised in a conservative Christian home, Porter spent much of his early life shunned by family as “an abomination.” He’s been...

“Pose” Returns for Season 2 June 9: AIDS and “Vogue” to Set the Scene

Pose returns to television June 9 for a second season. When it does, the focus will expand to include the AIDS crisis and the launch of Madonna’s “Vogue.” Few...

People We Love 2018: The Creative Team Behind “Pose”

The category is ’80s Ballroom Realness! To celebrate Pose, Metrosource spoke to Janet Mock, series producer and director, and Steven Canals, series co-executive producer and...

Five Things We Want to See in “Pose” Season Two

What are we hoping for Blanca, Angel, Elektra, Pray Tell and company when FX’s diverse drama Pose returns in 2019? Spoiler Alert: This article contains references to plot...

Essential Cultural References You May Have Missed in “Pose” Season One

Did you pick up on references to Paris is Burning, the House of Labeija, Donald Trump and others in our favorite new show of 2018? Ryan Murphy’s Pose may be the crown jewel in a...

What Does FX’s “Pose” Mean for Queer Youth?

We ask what the extraordinary FX drama about the ballroom scene of the 1980s means to a generation born into a world where marriage equality is achievable and HIV is treatable....

“Pose:” Ryan Murphy’s Latest Series — and Greatest TV Triumph

Pose is part drama, and part tribute to those LGBTQ stalwarts who kept their dignity and passion to push through the very harrowing 1980s. The FX series is the last of Ryan...