by Ernest Macias and Kim Petras
The bubblegum-pop princess reviews 15 perfumes for everyone, from divorcees and thots, to "I want to speak to the manager"-types, and private school girls alike.
Fresh off the Euphoria season finale, the model-turned-actress-turned-everyone's favorite chatted with us about the lessons she's learned from playing Kat Hernandez and why she's in no rush to figure out her next step.
The SavageXFenty Creative Director gives us her two cents on Gully Queens, lightning bugs, and the American Dream.
From a very young age the singer, songwriter knew sh dind't fit the "cookie cutter" pop star mold. So she set out to write her own narrative—one that is inclusive, relatable, and non-conforming.
From cloud eyeliner to Nina Simone-inspired rhinestones, Doniella Davy breaks down the show's boldest looks.
With two stages, and froze on tap, the festival brought together queer performers and allies for a two-day extravaganza that featured powerful performances from Mykki Blanco, Honey Dijon, Pussy Riot, Violet Chachki, Allie X, Rina Sawayama, and Yvie Oddly to name a few.
Faggots, Dykes, and Fairies: Welcome to the world of The Faggots & Their Friends Between Revolutions
Ned Asta, the book's illustrator, talks with Morgan Bassichis and Tourmaline about its mystical (and horny) legacy.
by Ernest Macias and Mark Burger
Beth Ditto, the frontwoman of Gossip, talks about headlining LadyLand, what Pride means to her, and why she needs more Sagittarii in her life.
In honor of the film’s restoration, director Jennie Livingston tells us her fondest memories at the balls and the importance of learning queer history. Children, are you paying attention?
The actor behind the blue mutant in "X-Men: Dark Phoenix," tells Interview about his daily mediation habits and why he wants a Tesla.
The experimental rock frontman sounds off on our "abysmal climate," from straight pride parades to Paul Manafort heading to Rikers.
The Montreal design duo and Ruth Gruca, CALA's creative director, discussed bringing virtual fashion into the real world and democratizing the fashion industry—with the help of some killer boots.
After a hiatus that involved judging the Danish version of "The X-Factor" and writing ballet scores, Oh Land is back to making her signature brand of pop music.
by Ernest Macias and Cyndi Lauper
After the two pop stars shared the stage at Carnegie Hall in NYC, Lauper asked questions, and got her answers, on everything from Pride festivals to Sun In to Jepsen's new album, "Dedicated."
Many things have changed since her Copacabana days, but Susanne Bartsch's adoration for all things weird hasn't. And Saturday night's alien-filled "Play Now! 6" party was no exception.