Though King James I was responsible for one of the most famous translations of the Bible, he also had a life-long relationship with a man, George Villiers
Author: Matt Baume
Spend gay Christmas with the best queer holiday movie ever made, ‘Batman Returns,’ and discover how the film was made — and who could have been Catwoman
While many of us think of Stonewall as the first major fight for LGBTQ rights, there were predecessors, like the Cooper’s Do-Nuts Riot 10 years before
The film’s Thanksgiving scene is utterly unforgettable, and unbeknownst to many it has a queer backstory
Throughout history, homosexuality in China has been accepted, and Emperor Ai of Han even tried to get his lover Dong Xian to inherit the throne
Looking for something to listen to? You’re sure to find something to love in our list of geeky podcasts from queer and queer-friendly creators
It was 20 years ago today that Matthew Shepard was beaten and left for dead near Laramie, Wyoming for being gay; how far have we come since then?
Underneath your favorite spy is a secret queer history that includes tribute paid to the real-life queer man who inspired him
Though the film ‘9 to 5’ was an immediate smash hit, the film was almost a drama and a dark comedy about murdering your jerk of a boss
With tough times ahead, sometimes you need to laugh, but other times a good cry is in order
Today is the 174th birthday of Edward Carpenter, an early queer activist who laid a lot of the groundwork for the modern LGBTQ movement
Sure, we all like scary movies and creepy cinematic creatures, but who doesn’t have a soft spot for heroic monsters, the ones who save the day in the end?