By Phil Tarley
Rustin, Maestro, Fellow Travelers, and now a ghost story, All of Us Strangers, are among a number of films released last year, driven by queer characters.
By Phil Tarley
By Jessica Max Stein
As I uncovered Hunt’s story, I was touched by how he came to terms with his sexuality over the course of his life. Hunt’s experience reflects similar journeys taken by other members of his generation, as one’s life often reflects one’s times.
By Cory Allen
I was intent on having children; it was always a deal-breaker for me. I uprooted and relocated to San Francisco two years after our breakup in search of a better work-life balance.
By Paddy Reid
Ethel asked to speak to me privately, and told me about Glenn, her son, who was gay; he was their pride and joy. But now was in Madison General Hospital with what was then considered a new, scary illness: HIV-AIDS.
By Erik Lewis
He might not have been famous in America, or enjoyed the massive success of other stars of his day, but there’s no denying that Dirk Bogarde left an artistic legacy of quality and courage that few actors have.
By Scott Bane
My connection to Matthiessen and Cheney came through my sexuality, their relationship, Maine, and Matthiessen’s chosen field of study: history and literature.
By Scott Alexander Hess
But what really inspired the idea and emotional heart of A Season in Delhi was how I felt being in Delhi as a recently-married gay man.
By Ben Haynes
Nick and I were on friendly terms, but we never took the time to get to know each other. I dated an ex-girlfriend of his immediately after the two of them broke up, and within a month or so, I too pulled the plug. Neither of us ever mentioned it to the other, but we knew our attraction to each other was lurking somewhere under the surface.
By Steve Warren
As inspiring as it is informative, Mama’s Boy, streaming now on Max, made me cry more tears—happy and sad—than any film in years.