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The New Years & Years Album ‘Night Call’ Is Keeping Us On Our Feet and In Our Feels

The gay pop collective Years & Years is now basically the Olly Alexander show, though you wouldn’t know it by listening to their/his latest release, Night Call. The anonymous dance music and hi-def production is the same as on the group’s much-loved debut, Communion, and its lesser received follow-up, Palo Santo. The[…]

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One Year Into the Biden Administration, Here Are 7 Advancements in LGBTQ Rights

Joe Biden was sworn into office as the 46th president of the United States on January 20, 2021. One year later, we’re taking a look back — specifically at the Biden administration’s LGBTQ advancements and accomplishments. In the first year of the Biden-Harris administration, President Joe Biden and Vice President[…]

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This Roman Emperor Made Everyone Worship His Dead Gay Lover

What would you do for your dead gay lover? When gay Roman emperor Hadrian lost his beloved, he made Antinous a god and forced others to worship him.

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How Does Your Sex Partner Number Stack Up Against Other Americans?

What’s your number? It’s a question that might stress the average person out. There’s a stigma around how many sex partners a person should have — and this “sex partner number” is largely dictated by one’s gender and sexual orientation. A recent survey conducted by Bespoke Surgical revealed that folks[…]

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