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Executive producer Robbie Rogers shares why Matt Bomer and Jonathan Bailey’s steamy scenes in the political thriller aren’t meant to push the envelope.
"Queen of New York" hits the campaign trail with Marti Gould Cummings as they aim to become the first openly nonbinary New York City council member.
Singers Seth Sikes and Nicolas King will bring on the musical nostalgia this week in a show they describe as "Rat Pack meets Judy Garland."
"I think romantic love is beautiful, and I’d love to experience it for myself one day. I also accept that maybe it just isn’t in the cards for me."
Not all superheroes wear capes. Some have rainbow-hued lab coats instead.
"I quickly realized that as a teen, there would be elements of my gender transition that were fully beyond my control."
“Maybe being gay — something I’d always, on some level, known about myself — wasn’t as wrong, bad and shameful as I’d taught at home.”
"I had become resigned to living the rest of my life as if it belonged to someone I emailed with a few times but never actually met."
Showtime's new political thriller has been praised for boasting "erotic depictions of same-sex sex" and is due out Oct. 29.
In “Earthquake,” the New York-based singer canoodles with actor Barrett Foa while relaying a message of self-empowerment through aquatic dance.
"It has been habitual, since I left the enclave, my careful shuttering of myself."
"How had I missed such obvious, significant parts of the people who were closest to me?"