BuzzFeed LGBT editor Saeed Jones joins journalists Steven Thrasher and Dave Tuller to discuss sex, gay men, and what we are (and aren’t) doing. “Marriage and wedding registries are much easier to talk about than fucking.”
“Everyone wanted a piece of him, until he had HIV.”
“Michael Sam scoring a touchdown, see Michael Sam tearing through an offensive line…. That will help take Missouri into the 21st century,” says out state lawmaker Mike Colona.
After 28 years, Gray’s Papaya has closed and Greenwich Village will never be the same. If you’ve been a New Yorker at any point in the past few decades, here are some things you’ll miss.
My body started falling apart, then I lost my job. A red-faced rhesus macaque and a bout of dysentery helped me find my path.
My dad toiled away on anti-apartheid campaigns throughout the ’80s in California. In 1990, we got to see Nelson Mandela come to town.
Dante de Blasio’s bountiful fro has been a rare flash point in an otherwise drama-free New York City mayoral campaign, bringing the hairstyle’s cultural trajectory from revolutionary to mundane and now back again.
Even as public perception shifts and marriage equality gains headway, LGBT parents, who are raising an estimated 6 million children in the U.S., face discriminatory parental and adoption rights. Many trans parents especially have to choose between retaining custody of their children and coming out.
Christine Quinn’s real problem was that she backed down. Tish James emerges.
Rustin played a key role in advancing civil rights and economic justice. His partner, Walter Naegle, talks with BuzzFeed about that legacy on the eve of the 50th anniversary of the march Rustin made a reality.