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         The origins of Utah are rooted in queerness. When Brigham Young led about half of the Mormon Church membership across the Mexican border illegally in 1847, he and other…More

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Their wrestling may be fake, but three members of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) have been producing a breakfast cereal called BootyO’s that’s real and edible and probably loaded with…More

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It was only a matter of time: someone was bound to have the brilliant idea to create a straight mock-off of the gay flag. What one can’t help noticing…More

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IT WAS EITHER kismet or dumb luck that the original production of The Boys in the Bandappeared Off-Broadway in 1968, the year before the Stonewall Riots. Everyoneof note seemed…More

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This article was originally posted on www.thegamesmenplay.com, Georgette Gouveia’s blog. It is the subject of the second episode of the well-written, haunting new art historical series, “Civilizations,” now airing on PBS;…More

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From the annals of recent experience: a visit to Marshall’s to buy a pair of boxer briefs. Well, I can remember when the bulges on the packages were air-brushed…More

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The Tennessee Williams Festival in New Orleans is 31 years old this year. Next year, its smaller sibling, The Saints & Sinners Festival, will celebrate its 15th…More

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OF ALL THE THINGS that Paris is famous for—the historic neighborhoods, the amazing museums, the spectacular food—what’s often overlooked is Paris’ importance in LGBT history and culture. France…More

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Police were stumped when house after house was getting robbed in a Portland, Oregon, neighborhood, and the burglar kept eluding capture. He would take the usual items of value—cash,…More