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Time to Fly…
EXPRESS YOURSELF • SLIP ON THE GENDER-NEUTRAL SUNGLASSES WE’RE DIGGING THIS SUMMER.
NATURE’S GIFTS • Lutfi Janania’s botanical sculptures are a representation of the earth’s precious offerings.
CRYSTAL CLEAR • Whip out the Baccarat, honey, because it’s having a comeback thanks to its rock star CEO.
TAKE ME AWAY! • You’re not the only one dusting off your suitcases and dreaming of future getaways. It’s never too early to start planning your next trip — but if you’re truly looking to relax, why not do it with your queer fam?
A New Way to Vacay • From a world famous Key Largo resort comes a secluded enclave of rentals that’s a bit like a vacation friend with benefits.
The Gayest Little Town in Florida
Love In The City • A chance meeting in the Big Apple was only the beginning for this couple.
Global Citizenry • After a devastating year, queer activists will unite in Copenhagen to speak out and build bridges.
The Fight Continues for NYC Pride • Pride returns to New York City in 2021 as a hybrid of in-person and virtual events, but also with a broader theme and heightened sense of purpose.
FINAL BOW • FX’s Pose changed television forever. Now, as it airs its third and final season Steven Canals, Angelica Ross, and Indya Moore reflect on the lasting impact it’s had on culture, society, and our lives.
STEVEN CANALS CREATOR WRITER & DIRECTOR • The character of Damon came to me in 2004 after watching Paris Is Burning for the first time as a college student.
INDYA MOORE AS ANGEL EVANGELISTA • Before Pose, I was a sex worker. I wanted to be in the entertainment industry, but I wasn’t really sure how possible that would be for me. I worked as much as I could to be a model and actor, to meet with people who were in those spaces and looking to create.
ANGELICA ROSS AS CANDY FEROCITY • Even before Pose, I felt that I was on the rise. I was getting auditions and opportunities based on my performance in the web series Her Story. I felt that I was on track to make a difference. Then came Pose, which hit a lot of marks. Not only was it trying to tell an authentic story with trans people in the writing room and in the director’s chair, but it had trans actors playing trans characters — not cis men playing us. So not only were we bringing across an authentic story, but we wanted to also say, “These aren’t just niche actors.”
My Three Dads • Dr. Ian Jenkins talks about his two partners and the beautiful children they’re raising as a throuple.
COUNTRY ROAD • Has the historically conservative audience of country music changed their tune when it comes to out, proud artists?
Table Talk • How a London-born chef became the first nonbinary contestant in Top Chef history.
Building Back, Together • Jonathan Lovitz wants Philadelphia to be a thriving center for opportunity and growth, but will he succeed?
New Heights • Out actress Stephanie Beatriz hopes her In the Heights role ignites conversations about queer Latina culture.
She’s Every Woman • Rising star Naomi Ackie on channeling her power in Master of None and her highly anticipated role as Whitney Houston in the upcoming biopic.
MAKING MY OWN WAY • What We Do in the Shadows star Harvey Guillén on the first time he found his tribe.
BEAT TO THE GODS • This beauty company’s latest collection is giving all its proceeds to help LGBTQ+ youth, and it has the...