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Tears of laughter, that is, at the hilarious ChristWire, the website (now bestseller) that skewers both sinner and saint alike.
Joel Simkai’s Grindr has changed the way gay men ‘connect.’ Steven Foster tries to get the barista of the 21st-century booty call to spill the beans.
Wicked Wanda Sykes — actress, comedian, activist — hasn’t allowed parenthood to dull her razor-sharp wit. Or has she?
Dominik, spoiled son of a Polish politician and an icy ad exec, may be manor-born, but inwardly he’s miserable.
If all the colors of John Cameron Mitchell ever do come close to exploding together, it would be underneath the mirror ball in the dance fever dream of Mattachine.
The jokes fly as fast as bullets. And the targets receive a direct hit straight to the funny bone. Go undercover with ‘Archer,’ the gayest show on television.
If Valentine’s Day is breathing down your neck (sexy, right?), OutSmart comes to your emotional rescue with some last-minute, foolproof gifts
With the much-anticipated national release of her vivid debut feature "Pariah," Dee Rees provides the pièce de résistance to a remarkable year for women in film—and gives a cinematic gift to us all.
In the original film version of Mildred Pierce, Joan Crawford won an Oscar, presumably for stretching herself by portraying a loving mother.