A new poem for BuzzFeed READER from Sharif’s forthcoming collection Look.
Five men discuss their relationship with their body, how it’s affected their lives, and how to move forward.
No, I’m not happy to “just be here.” Racism doesn’t vanish the moment we set foot into the ivory towers and glittering soirees of the literati.
Enter this fellowship as a promising writer and become a force to be reckoned with. Apply by Oct. 1, 2015.
“Waking Up And Not Knowing What Borough You’re In Sex.” Consider this a to-do list.
Fox’s new series has broken ratings records — and it’s also broken ground in terms of its portrayal of race, queerness, and women on television. But that doesn’t mean it’s perfect, as BuzzFeed Entertainment Senior Editor Kelley Carter, BuzzFeed LGBT Editor Saeed Jones, and BuzzFeed Staff Writer Ira Madison III discuss.
The CEO of Apple said he identifies as gay in an article Thursday for Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
“Sometimes we have to forget in order to keep loving the people we need to love.”
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.”
Gay men have benefited the most from legal and cultural breakthroughs. We need to get over ourselves and care about issues that aren’t specifically about gay men.
The 2014 Eurovision winner walked the runway in Paris during John Paul Gaultier’s 2014 Fall/Winter Haute Couture show.
I’ve been drinking pineapple juice for weeks. NSFW.
He isn’t a convicted felon; no one is perfect.
Hot men who make beautiful clothes? Yes, please!
This whole “heterosexuality” thing has gone on long enough.
The thirst is real — allegedly.
You might recognize him from the music video for “I Luh You Papi.”
“It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.” How familiar are you with the work of two of America’s foremost thinkers?
“I used a word I don’t use in my personal life. It’s not part of my vernacular.”