The Latex Ball is the house and ball community's cultural gathering of the year. More than 2,000 people are expected to attend the 29th annual event in New York City, including renowned models, designers, photographers and community activists. Produced by the Gay Men's Health Crisis, The Latex Ball is never predictable and always an extravaganza.
Spotlighting diverse, LGBTQIA personalities, Logo30 profiles ordinary and extraordinary people who show pride in unique and provocative ways. Every day throughout the month will be devoted to activists, entertainers and influencers moving the needle on elevating queer voices.
Portrait of a Queen goes behind the glitz and glamour of RuPaul's Drag Race to provide an intimate look at the queens who walked the runway. From season favorites to official All Stars, the alumnae discuss their pre- and postshow careers and relive some of their most defining moments from the competition.
The queens are back like never before. In the exclusive digital series Out of the Closet, viewers get a behind-the-scenes look at the eccentric and often gag-worthy drag closets of RuPaul’s Drag Race alums. This series gives fans an intimate glimpse at their favorite queens and reveals the backstory of their most iconic looks.
Made to Model: Trans Beauty in Fashion takes an intimate look behind the scenes when emerging models meet the pioneering models that paved the way. Supermodel, Geena Rocero, brought together international trans model legends Tracey Africa Norman, Lauren Foster and Crimsona Kaiser with current models, Carmen Carrera, Leyna Bloom, Maya Mones, Rain Dove and Torraine Futurum for a unique photo shoot celebrating female culture disrupters. Despite the generational differences, a common thread emerges as these models continue to challenge norms on and off the runway. ANTM panelist Drew Elliot served as Creative Director for the shoot, with photos by Katie Levine. Watch the long-form video project along with behind the scenes footage and interviews, on LogoTV.com. The project is a collaboration between Logo, VH1 and MTV.Styling by Andrew GelwicksHair and Make up Team by Deja Smith, Dee TrannyBear of Double D Production
Logo Documentary Films showcase topical social issues and illuminate untold stories of LGBT individuals overcoming incredible odds. The documentaries in this year’s slate include the story of an undocumented immigrant's personal journey as a gay man fighting for the American Dream and renowned celebrity makeup artist Kevyn Aucoin, who fought his way from rural Louisiana to become the most sought after makeup artist of his time.
Hosted by RuPaul, “Gay For Play” is a 30 minute, comedic, trivia game show where a panel of six celebrities help two contestants answer pop culture questions to win cash and prizes.
“Fire Island” follows a group of young professionals living together in a beachfront share house for the summer as they search for the romance, temptation and thrills that have brought the LGBTQ community to the island for decades.
Logo’s original digital docuseries “Fill in the Blank” sheds light on important yet underreported LGBTQ issues, highlights LGBTQ diversity, and underlines the importance of allyship. Each episode focuses on a different LGBT issue and pairs a LGBTQ person with one of their best friends to speak openly about their personal experiences. The candid conversations take place on a park bench as the pair ‘fills in the blank’ to create their own unique story.
Hosted by Lance Bass, “Finding Prince Charming” will include 13 charming and gorgeous suitors, all housed together, who compete to win the heart of one of the nation’s most eligible gay heartthrob. The sexy suitors grapple to stand out from the crowd all hoping for a moment of intimate connection, romance and, perhaps, true love. One by one, the suitors are eliminated until the heartthrob chooses one ideal man to sweep him off of his feet and commit to an exclusive relationship.
Experience the lives and loves of four African-American gay men looking for love and signs of intelligent life in West Hollywood, Los Angeles.