Out Magazine

"We all need opportunities to play around with gender and let some of that steam off around the expectations that we have with it.”
Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani spoke with Raquel Willis — the first queer transgender person to be executive editor of Out Magazine.
The actor is expressing himself again after comments last year sparked backlash from the LGBTQ community.
This is inexcusable for an LGBT magazine. I don't feel like I really should have to articulate why this is. But it is because the acceptance of LGBT people has followed upon the heels of the Civil Rights movement and the women's movement before it.
Bow down to Tim Cook, Ellen DeGeneres and Rachel Maddow.
"I can do whatever I want, and no one will bat an eyelid."
The newly-engaged pair talk true love, just in time for Valentine's Day.
Of course, newsstand magazines can be expected to put attractive -- impossibly attractive, computer-altered -- models on the cover. But with reader reactions being what they are, maybe it's time to reconsider how our community is framing itself.
Olly Alexander, Russell Tovey and Raven-Symoné also made the cut.