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Munroe Bergdorf Perform's Maya Angelou's 'Still I Rise'

Transgender model Munroe Bergdorf, who was fired by L’Oréal Paris after speaking out against racism, is not letting industry censorship keep her down. Thanks to vocal support from the queer and black communities, Bergdorf is rising above L’Oréal’s attempt to silence her. Related | L’Oréal Fires Trans Model Munroe Bergdorf For Speaking Out Against Racism It’s […]

Björk's New Album Will Be Called…

Björk’s New Album Will Be Called… Photography: KGC-138/STAR MAX/IPx The artists has revealed the title of Vulnicura‘s follow up, as well as it’s first single. By Rose Dommu Sun, 2017-09-17 15:02 During a Nowness interview on Facebook Live this week, weirdo-pop icon Björk revealed the title of her next album: Utopia. The title should surprise […]

1998: 'Will & Grace' Premieres

For 25 years, OUT has celebrated queer culture. To mark our silver jubilee, we look back at some of the biggest, brightest moments of the past 9,131 days.  On September 21, 1998, NBC introduced the world to Will Truman, Grace Adler, Jack McFarland, and Karen Walker. This funny fab four would become a part of TV history, garnering […]

Your New Favorite Porn Star is Also a Drag Queen

Photography: Charles Ludeke Newcomer Ty Mitchell on drag, barebacking, the state of gay culture and the banality of porn. By Rose Dommu Sat, 2017-09-16 17:02 Porn newbie Ty Mitchell isn’t just a burgeoning gay sex symbol — he’s also a regular on Brooklyn’s underground drag scene as Kelsey Dagger, self-described “part female wrestler part telenovela […]

1997: Ellen DeGeneres Comes Out

For 25 years, OUT has celebrated queer culture. To mark our silver jubilee, we look back at some of the biggest, brightest moments of the past 9,131 days.  The scene I remember most from the coming-out episode of Ellen DeGeneres’ sitcom isn’t actually the one in which she first announces she is gay, accidentally speaking to her crush […]

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