EDGE Interview: Director Jacqueline Castel and Screenwriter Jae Matthews on Their Lesbian Werewolf Movie
First-time director Jacqueline Castel & screenwriter (& musician) Jae Matthews discuss their collaboration on "My Animal," their lesbian werewolf movie.
This year promises a bumper harvest of queer takes, not to mention a slate of films that, while not overtly gay, will still appeal to LGBTQ+ audiences.
Openly gay director Todd Haynes opened up with more hints about his upcoming gay romance starring Joaquin Phoenix, a film set in the 1930s that Haynes says will be "sexually explicit."
If the ticking of the biological clock is making you anxious, take heart: A new study shows that gay and bi men stay sexually vibrant well into their 70s, if not beyond.
This week's story probes exquisitely tender precincts of loss and healing. Virgil Montoya lost his life partner on 9/11 and now, on the anniversary of the day, he finally faces the past... and the future.
Openly gay Anthony Bowens has all but conquered All Elite Wrestling with his signature scissor move and charismatic appeal. Now he means to conquer the world.
Out "Lord of the Rings" star Sir Ian McKellen has been out for the better part of four decades. It hasn't slowed him down – but it has made his life better, he said in a recent interview.
The Hungarian edition of Elle Magazine has taken a courageous and principled stand for same-sex families by putting two gay dads and their baby daughter on the cover in defiance of "no homo promo" laws.
Netflix has dropped a trailer for its upcoming eight-episode queer coming-of-age drama "Everything Now," with advance word comparing the show to "Sex Education" and "Heartstopper."
When romance starts to blossom between two small town teenage women, the emotional high of first love is tempered by homophobia, controlling parents, and lycanthropy in this lesbian werewolf thriller.
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