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The Author of ‘Percy Jackson and the Olympians’ Delivered a Divine Smackdown to a Queerphobic Parent on Twitter
Rick Riordan, author of the ‘Percy Jackson and the Olympians’ young adult book series, delivered a divine clapback to a queerphobic parent on Twitter
In our exclusive interview with the ‘My Life as a Goddess’ author and TV host, Guy Branum reveals why he hates comedians who complain about PC culture
There’s still time to achieve that Memorial Day hope of working your way through summer reading that doesn’t feature photos of the Trumps or Kardashians
Twitter unceremoniously cancelled the promotion of the promo video, featuring hunky guys and cheesy music, citing community standards
Hugo and Nebula Award-winning science fiction author N. K. Jemisin recently explained on Twitter why bigots are bad at things and we are here for it
Hornet’s French Senior Editor met the famed gay author at his French publisher’s Paris office for a lengthy and candid interview
David Sedaris has an enlightening and slightly creepy message that he wants to impart on the youth of America: that you’re super sexy
The upcoming film based on Ariel Schrag’s 2014 book is facing accusations of transphobia over its plot, but will the ‘Adam’ movie fix the novel’s problems?
Brett Easton Ellis Is Developing a ‘Less Than Zero’ Hulu Series, But Can It Match His Shocking Book?
Brett Easton Ellis’ 1985 novel ‘Less Than Zero’ is getting developed into a Hulu series, but will it show the book’s shocking drug and sex scenes?
The title and cover of RuPaul’s new book has arrived. Guru hits bookstores Oct. 23, 2018. People had the exclusive, and the mag also chatted with the mother of modern drag queens about what fans will find inside. “This book is a talisman, a guidebook for living,” RuPaul explains. “[It’s] a collection[…]
The book reveals some of the queer actor’s thoughts on gender, drugs and alienation, but will its verses outshine his fame?
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Despite society’s dwindling attention span, books remain a powerful force when it comes to modern storytelling. They give us a chance to see the world with a new perspective, and they give aspiring LGBTQ writers and authors the chance to express themselves. Gay books also give audiences access to new content that falls outside of what’s considered “mainstream.”
Some of your favorite books are probably filled with gay themes and characters, which in addition to making them great reads, is also a great way to ensure our community’s visibility and representation.
Whether you’re into trashy romance novels or heartfelt personal stories about what it’s like to be queer, there are gay books out there for you. Now dive into a pile of them and let us know your favorite.