Shrill can't be the end of fat representation on TV
Not since 'My Mad Fat Diary' has a show captured the fat experience so well.
How a pandemic ban on NYE celebrations will affect young queer performers
“My friends are family to me: It seems obvious why I would want to spend every New Year's Eve partying with them forever.”
Meet the drag artist inspo behind Everybody's Talking About Jamie
As the popular musical prepares for a big screen adaptation, Jamie Campbell reflects on 10 years with his alter-ego Fifi (and why he's retiring her).
Drag Race needs a plus size winner
Across 11 years, 12 American seasons, five All Stars, one British, two Thai and a Canadian season, the winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race has never been a plus size queen.
The Atlanta queen taking your local drag scene to the internet
Thanks to social distancing regulations, nightlife across the world has ground to a halt. Biqtch Puddin' is trying to help artists who rely on gigs for their livelihood with a weekly drag show, still as fabulous as the real thing, but completely online.
A look back at a decade of body positivity
Since 2010, the body acceptance movement has gone from the fringes of discourse to the mainstream. Along the way it's also become a fashionable, even lucrative philosophy. Does that mean it's lost its radicalism?
is fan fiction ethical?
Fan fiction is a way for many teens to express themselves creatively and navigate their sexuality. But when the imagined erotic scenarios involve real people without their consent, things are more complicated.