'splendor' is gregg araki's forgotten ode to polyamory
The film is deeply radical in its own quiet way – a salute to the fun and unpredictability of sexual fluidity, alternative lifestyles, and existing on the fringes.
'assassination nation' is the first true horror film of the twitter age
The internet has not only emboldened the voiceless — women, queer youth, and people of colour — but also the vitriolic conservatives reflecting the very worst elements of the patriarchy.
why are we all talking about conversion therapy?
Movies like 'The Miseducation of Cameron Post' and 'Boy, Erased' show that we've come a long way since 'Will & Grace.'
the progressive feminism of 90s slasher films lives on today
In honour of the upcoming 'Halloween' sequel, a look at how strong female leads took over the genre.
love, simon captures the power of online anonymity for queer teens
In light of Craigslist's "personals" section closing, a look at the role online chatrooms, messages, and sex ads play in the queer coming-of-age story.