Pose TV Series
The FX drama, which depicts the New York ballroom scene of the 1980s and '90s, was a game-changer for LGBTQ inclusion on TV.
The "Pose" star said his hand-painted temporary tattoos represented "being released from the bondage of masculinity."
The "Pose" and "Like a Boss" star tells the magazine he felt "silenced" by toxic masculinity for years before hitting it big.
The 2019 "Where We Are on TV" report finds inclusive shows like "Pose" and "Schitt's Creek" have made a powerful impact.
The "Pose" star's victory makes him a step closer to achieving EGOT status.
The "Pose" star rocked a Michael Kors suit embellished with more than 100,000 crystals and a custom-designed asymmetrical hat by Stephen Jones.
Working on the FX series "Pose," the openly gay black actor said, "taught me how to dream the impossible."
Ryan Murphy's LGBTQ-inclusive, game-changing show will be a hot contender at the September ceremony.
In a new video for True Colors United, actors from FX's 1980s-themed ballroom scene drama stress the importance of authenticity and empathy.
The "Pose" star caught everyone's eye on the Oscars red carpet, but he's been serving up serious looks for years.