Writer-director Monika Treut ("Gendernauts," "Ghosted") takes to the countryside of rural Germany for her new feature, "Of Girls and Horses," an understated and thoughtfully produced film that quietly builds up characters and story.
"It's going to take religious people to undo the harm that religious people have done," Bishop Gene Robinson says in this documentary. "And it goes way beyond 'tolerance.' "
Lawrence Ferrara's home movie-feeling documentary is a kind of gay(er) "Fight Club," sharing how and why men seek out and play with power, status and dominance.
It's a tough life for three twenty-somethings in a Navajo community in New Mexico, as they search for love and acceptance in a town that has gained notoriety for having one of the highest rates of alcohol abuse in the country.
Ben Whishaw plays Richard, the grieving partner of a recently deceased young man whose mother (Cheng Pei Pei) never knew her son was gay. Or did she?
Martin Kierszenbaum has become a mogul in the music business as a songwriter/producer for major artists like Ellie Goulding & Robyn; but the finder of Cherrytree Records is also performer Cherry Cherry Boom Boom. EDGE spoke to him about his alter-ego.
Is it safer to have sex with someone who doesn't know their HIV status, or with a pozzer that has an undetectable viral load? The Doc knows....
In EDGE's latest Obsessions feature, the editors pour over their love for a new shaving product, NBC's thriller "The Blacklist," the big heat some of the hottest working celebrities are packing and the incredible second season of "Nathan For You."
GPS driven hook-up app Grindr has proven to be an effective tool on a variety of fronts, ranging from setting up a last minute lunchtime tryst, to finding converts to Christianity. Could political forecasting be next?
Thanks to promoters of a long lasting tradition of shirtless men and leather, Manhole returned to the previous space of Spin Nightclub and Chloe/Whiskey Trust. If the preview party was any indication, then this musky staple in Boystown is here to stay.
In the battle to allow drag queens and transgender individuals to continue using their Facebook profile under their stage name or chosen name, a Seattle drag performer has founded a petition on Change.org.
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