Sasha de Suinn interviews Ute Lemper, the world-famous – and hugely LGBT friendly – jazz and chanson singer on her upcoming, sold-out show – Rendezvous, with Marlene – at London’s Arcola Theatre
For those of you who didn’t tune into Big Bro in the summer of 2016, Sam Giffen was one of the four gay guys the producers put into the house, can anyone say drama?
Aaron Sibley is a London based singer who, at a relatively young age, has performed at Pride In London and competed to represent Moldova in the Eurovision Song Contest. Luke Marlow sits down to talk with him.
Filmmaker Dan Reed talks about his filmmaking and about how he captured the stories of Wade Robson and James Safechuck and their life with Michael Jackson.
Gypsy Queen, a play by writer and actor Rob Ward is about just that, and looks at how social and cultural expectations within the boxing world and the Travelling community impact on two of the sports best fighters.
In 2017, I interviewed New York-based singer Corvyx, and since then his profile has increased significantly, adding over 35,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel. For the first time ever on his channel, he’s doing something[…]
The last few years has seen the rise of grassroots porn in the adult film industry, with newcomers and porn stars alike taking matters into their own hands and producing/distributing their own content onto the market.
Matthew is a Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated Broadway legend and star of TV hit Glee. Could you take us through the format of how the show works? Matthew Morrison: The Greatest Dancer is unlike[…]
Spanish stallion Dani Robles has taken the European porn world by storm this year, taking home the crown of Best Newcomer at the Prowler Porn Awards 2018.
Joseph Mellors chats with Chris, the Brand Manager at London’s Pleasuredrome sauna, about the future of gay saunas. Ah, good ol’ gay saunas. Whether you love them or loathe them, there’s something undeniably curious about[…]
With Warwickshire Pride’s sixth annual event just around the corner, we speak with Warwickshire’s most vibrant Drag Queen, Sassi Afrika on why pride is still important in 2018.