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Diana Silvers on
’s Groundbreaking Sex Scene
This summer’s breakout star on how
made her reconsider her sexuality — and how
’s Octavia Spencer was behind her big break.
Jodie Comer Loves Being Your Queer, Murder-y Girlfriend
“The fact that she’s unapologetically herself and free with her sexuality — her sexuality was something I never questioned and always celebrated.”
What Is the Gayest Marvel Movie?
We ranked them, honey.
The 38 Best Queer YA Novels
Romance, sci-fi, mysteries, and more.
Alia Shawkat and Laia Costa on
’s Sexy Queer Utopia
“Miguel [Arteta] always said, ‘I want lesbians as far as the eye can see.’”
Is an Almost Overwhelmingly Intimate Romantic Comedy
Alia Shawkat stars in and co-wrote this account of a 24-hour relationship.
Offset Attempts to Clarify Homophobic Lyric With Google Definition of ‘Queer’
“I don’t mean someone who’s gay. I mean lame people who film you, post it and stalk you. Lingo that means strange or odd.”
reading the rainbow
The Gentle Queerness of Netflix’s
It’s often a sense of alienation that forces queer people to seek out and build other worlds.
Is Wonder Woman Queer? ‘The Answer Is Obviously Yes,’ Says Her Writer
But Greg Rucka says she’s not “gay,” per se.
Guy Pearce, Ben Foster, and Kelly MacDonald Attached to Steve Buscemi’s
It’s an adaptation of the William S. Burroughs novel.
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