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Watch: Is the Conservative-backed Grindr-like App 'The Right Stuff' All Wrong?

Watch: Is the Conservative-backed Grindr-like App 'The Right Stuff' All Wrong?

By Emell Adolphus | Aug 15, 2022

Backed by gay conservative tech billionaire Peter Thiel, an app called The Right Stuff app aims to bring together right-wing conservatives for love and political ideologies.

Getty Museum in LA to Return Illegally Exported Art to Italy

Getty Museum in LA to Return Illegally Exported Art to Italy

Aug 12, 2022

The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles is returning ancient sculptures and other works of art that were illegally exported from Italy, the museum announced Thursday.

As Spider-Man Turns 60, Fans Reflect on Diverse Appeal

As Spider-Man Turns 60, Fans Reflect on Diverse Appeal

By Aaron Morrison | Aug 10, 2022

There are legions of fans of Spider-Man, who this month marks 60 years in the vast, imaginative world of comic books, movies and merch.

London Cops Warned Not to Strip Tease at 'Drag Race' Star-Emceed Event

London Cops Warned Not to Strip Tease at 'Drag Race' Star-Emceed Event

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 6, 2022

London police officers have been warned that they will face "disciplinary action" if they participate in the weekly strip tease contest that "Drag Race" stars host at gay club Heaven.

What is it Like to be a Gay Adult Star? Woody Fox Explains It All For You

What is it Like to be a Gay Adult Star? Woody Fox Explains It All For You

Aug 6, 2022

Former gay adult star Woody Fox, who hails from Australia, joined his industry colleagues on an edition of ABC's "You Can't Ask That" to talk about the ins-and-outs of the industry.

Photographer Luke Gilford Finds Queer Joy in Queer Cowboys

Photographer Luke Gilford Finds Queer Joy in Queer Cowboys

Aug 6, 2022

Filmmaker/photographer Luke Gilford didn't feel at home on the range, where he grew up gay in a macho culture, or in the cities where he moved. But when he found the International Gay Rodeo Association, he found family.

'Golden Girls' LA Pop-Up Restaurant has the Golden Touch

'Golden Girls' LA Pop-Up Restaurant has the Golden Touch

By Terry Tang | Aug 5, 2022

Thirty years after "The Golden Girls" ended on NBC, fans still can't let go of the sitcom about four housemates — Dorothy, Rose, Blanche and Sophia — bonding over aging, dating and cheesecake.

Watch: Adult Superstar Boomer Banks Denies He Hooked Up With 'Drag Race' Star Coco Montrese

Watch: Adult Superstar Boomer Banks Denies He Hooked Up With 'Drag Race' Star Coco Montrese

Aug 1, 2022

Adult male superstar Boomer Banks denied rumors he hooked up with "RPDR" queen Coco Montrese.

Ex-Employees Weigh In on Gay NYC Club Controversy

Ex-Employees Weigh In on Gay NYC Club Controversy

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 29, 2022

The allegations brought by former The Q club partner Frankie Sharp read like a laundry list of what not to do when opening a gay club. Sharp's claims are being verified by others who worked at The Q.

Gay Twitter's 43 Funniest Tweets This Week

Gay Twitter's 43 Funniest Tweets This Week

By Jason St. Amand | Jul 27, 2022

This week's edition of Gay Twitter includes hilarious reactions to Lady Gaga kicking off her Chromatica Ball tour, Lana Del Rey's new boyfriend, a new Rosalía meme and more!

Attorney Wins Ernest Hemingway Contest in Key West Tradition

Attorney Wins Ernest Hemingway Contest in Key West Tradition

Jul 24, 2022

Attorney Jon Auvil caught the eye of judges who awarded him the title for most resembling author and former Key West resident Ernest Hemingway.

Out Soccer Star Megan Rapinoe Urges Freedom for Brittney Griner at The ESPYS

Out Soccer Star Megan Rapinoe Urges Freedom for Brittney Griner at The ESPYS

By Beth Harris | Jul 23, 2022

Out soccer player Megan Rapinoe admonished her fellow athletes for not doing enough to speak out and encouraged them to support detained WNBA star Brittney Griner at The ESPYS.

SF Gay Men's Chorus' 44 Years: Touching Timeline Traces Nearly Half a Century

SF Gay Men's Chorus' 44 Years: Touching Timeline Traces Nearly Half a Century

By Jim Provenzano | Jul 18, 2022

The history of the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus gets a new update from historian Tom Burtch with a 48-minute collection of video and audio clips, news clipping and poster montages, and commentary.

'Sims' Game Expands Sexual Orientation Options in Update

'Sims' Game Expands Sexual Orientation Options in Update

By Emell Adolphus | Jul 18, 2022

The free update for "Sims 4" will make it easier for players to create Sims that better reflect their own sexual orientation and romantic/sexual attraction.

Florida Amusement Park Pauses New Sniper-Like Laser Game

Florida Amusement Park Pauses New Sniper-Like Laser Game

Jul 17, 2022

The Orlando amusement park where a teenager fell from a ride and died earlier this year has paused a new sniper-like laser shooting game amid criticism following a recent spate of mass shootings.

'Cheer Live' Star James Thomas — Living His Truth with Plenty of Back-Flips

'Cheer Live' Star James Thomas — Living His Truth with Plenty of Back-Flips

By Steve Duffy | Jul 16, 2022

Cheerleading is having a moment thanks to Monica Aldama's Netflix docuseries "Cheer" Now the show is coming to a venue near you. EDGE spoke to cast member James Thomas about living his truth while doing backflips.

5-letter Word for Fun? Hasbro, NYT Create Wordle Board Game

5-letter Word for Fun? Hasbro, NYT Create Wordle Board Game

By Mark Pratt | Jul 16, 2022

The company that makes some of the world's most iconic board games including Scrabble, Monopoly, and Clue is developing a new one based on Wordle.

Gay Twitter's 30 Best Tweets This Week

Gay Twitter's 30 Best Tweets This Week

By Jason St. Amand | Jul 10, 2022

This week's edition of Gay Twitter includes hilarious reactions to Pride Month coming to a closer, Grindr screenshots and much more!

Gay Spider-Man Ready to Swing Out of the 'Spider-Verse'

Gay Spider-Man Ready to Swing Out of the 'Spider-Verse'

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 9, 2022

A brand new — and fabulously femme — gay Spider-Man, called Web-Weaver, is about to come swinging out of Marvel's "Spider-Verse," along with a suitably formidable foe.

Hawaii Museum Revisits History of Gender-Fluid Healers

Hawaii Museum Revisits History of Gender-Fluid Healers

By Audrey McAvoy | Jul 8, 2022

More than 500 years ago, Hawaiians placed four boulders to honor "mahu," which in Hawaiian language and culture refers to someone with dual male and female spirit and a mixture of gender traits.

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