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Pride Month

  1. pride essentials
    Brontez Purnell Can’t Get Enough of ’90s Queer-Girl CultureThe 100 Boyfriends author on the art that shaped him.
  2. cozy!
    Please Have a Seat on My Bisexual SofaDo make yourself comfortable on one of Ikea’s Pride Month love seats.
  3. pride essentials
    Molly Bernard Would Like You to Call Her “Boy George”The Younger actress on the art that has shaped her.
  4. celebrity
    A Very Happy Pride to Queen LatifahThis weekend, she spoke publicly about her “love” Eboni Nichols for the first time ever.
  5. pride month
    An Oral History of the Lesbian AvengersThe fire-breathing activists behind the annual Dyke March are my queer heroes.
  6. pride essentials
    Big Freedia Owes Everything to Her Mom, Her Church, and Her CityThe rapper who popularized bounce music on the people, places, and art that shaped her.
  7. pride
    The Beauty Brand That Turned Itself Into a Library to Support Queer AuthorsAesop has dedicated three locations to books written by LGBTQIA+ authors.
  8. pride essentials
    Isabel Sandoval Grew Up With A League of Their Own and Wong Kar-WaiThe filmmaker behind Lingua Franca on the art that shaped her.
  9. pride essentials
    Dyllón Burnside Will Always Love Whitney HoustonThe Pose actor on the art that’s shaped him.
  10. comedy
    Bowen Yang Is Taking Back Pride MonthThe comic rounds out the all-queer ensemble of the new podcast Hot White Heist.
  11. pride
    Pride Pieces You Can Wear All Year LongLGBTQ+ activist Satchel Lee helped create this low-key jewelry collection.
  12. pride essentials
    Frank N. Furter Blows Mae Martin’s MindThe star of Netflix’s Feel Good on the art that shaped them.
  13. pride essentials
    Marilyn Monroe Changed Gaby Dunn’s Idea of FeminismThe comedian and podcast host on the art that’s shaped her.
  14. pride essentials
    The Indigo Girls Helped Glennon Doyle Feel Things AgainThe author on the art and people that have made her who she is.
  15. pride essentials
    Ana Fabrega Loves Google Maps, TooThe actress shares her favorite queer influences.
  16. pride essentials
    Wilson Cruz on the Importance of Intersectional ArtFrom Paris Is Burning to James Baldwin’s Giovanni’s Room
  17. pride essentials
    The Divas Who Led Shangela to SuperstardomThe drag queen talks about Jenifer Lewis, RuPaul, and J. Alexander.
  18. the l word
    What’s Changed (and What Hasn’t) Since The L WordAn interview with series creator Ilene Chaiken.
  19. pride month
    It Looks Like Boston’s Straight Pride Is Actually HappeningThe event’s organizers have cleared their first logistical hurdle.
  20. parties!
    The Designer Who’s Been Celebrating Pride for Over 25 YearsKenneth Cole threw a Pride party with the cast of The Prom.
  21. how i get it done
    LGBT Center Director Glennda Testone Loves Her Two-Hour Commute“Now with the baby, it’s my time to re-charge and catch up.”
  22. new faces of things
    Mary J. Blige Is Making LipstickShe has a new collection with M.A.C.
  23. meet the new
    This Is What a Radically Queer Runway Show Looks LikeDesigner Willie Norris is outspoken about his gay agenda.
  24. pride month
    26 Glittery, Rainbowy Things to Buy During Pride MonthWith proceeds going to organizations that support LGBTQ rights.
  25. Dyke Day L.A. Was a Sunny Celebration of LoveTwenty-four photos from Saturday’s event.
  26. pride month
    Kenneth Cole Launches Pride Month CollectionThe brand partnered with the Broadway show, The Prom, this year.
  27. pride
    25 Famous Women on Coming OutStories from Ellen DeGeneres, Janet Mock, Amandla Stenberg, and more.
  28. 2018 pride
    A Guide to the Biggest Pride Events Happening This JuneA calendar of events, from New York to San Francisco.
  29. politics
    Pride Month Came and Went Without Recognition from the PresidentSo far, the White House’s strategy on LGBTQ issues has been to ignore them.
  30. lgbtq issues
    Why I’m Skipping Pride and Going to the Dyke March This year, I’d rather protest than parade.
  31. politics
    Ivanka Trump Tweets That She’s ‘Proud to Support LGBTQ Americans,’ Which, Huh… okay, then.