Print journalism is in a state of chaos, and with publications dissolving left, right, and centre it is important to keep our gay media alive, and thriving. To give you the lowdown on which glossy mags you should be supporting we have listed the top 10 for you to buy.
The Addams Family began as a small featured comic book strip in a magazine, and transformed through many resurrections, and inceptions until the gothic family became a household name. Put to music, and dancing the macabre bunch may seem like an odd choice for a musical adaptation – but the public took to it. Here’s how it became a phenomenon…
She was the greatest up-and-coming star that captured the hearts of a generation, until she took her boundless potential as Hollywoods teen queen and suffered the greatest of downfalls this side of the 00’s.
We love a Netflix original about a bunch of bad-ass women, and Glow is our latest obsession. Showcasing a bunch of unsatisfied women in the gender roles of the 80’s wanting to break out this wrestling comedy drama is the shit.
If we’re talking about gay YouTubers, Tyler Oakley’s name is at the head of the pack. Since starting his channel in 2007, he has sky rocketed to international fame over the past decade: releasing a book, hosting his own talk show, winning numerous awards and titles, and even recording a video with First Lady, Michelle Obama herself. He is an outspoken figurehead of the LGBT community, and one of YouTube’s most successful exports.
Though she may not have won the crown, Shea Couleé is determined to make a name for herself, and she is coming out of the gate strong releasing three surprise music videos.
With the show over and the winner crowned, it’s time to catch up with all out ladies in one of the most intense reunion show in herstory!