New Photo Exhibit Showcases the Wigs and Wonderment of Fire Island

The show runs July 17–18 at the Cherry Grove Community House and Theater.

This Beautiful Black Queer Tarot Deck Is the Future of Divination

The new project from artist Kendrick Daye "[imagines] worlds where Black queer people are not just living; we're thriving."

Vintage Beauty Ads Get a Queer-Inclusive Makeover in "Prim 'N Poppin"

The new photo series from photographer Julia Comita and queer MUA Brenna Drury puts LGBTQ and BIPOC models front and center.

Reading Is Fundamental With "RuPaul's Drag Race" Tarot Cards

From Ursula Major to Major Arcana!

Take a Virtual Tour Through This "Art after Stonewall" Exhibition

The 1969 uprising in New York City changed the art world—and the world at large—forever.

You Can Take Virtual Tours of These Museums While Stuck at Home

Explore art and ancient artifacts from cultural centers around the globe.

Clock the Cock in Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita’s Kitchen

The hubbies wanted to pay homage to a Manhattan gay bar.

27 Years Ago Today, the Lesbian Avengers Erected a Monument to Queer Love

The activist group "decided to use Valentine's Day, a day when heterosexual love reigns supreme" to lift up lesbian unions.

"Round Hole Square Peg" Is a Sexy, Thrilling Celebration of Queer Art

The latest installment of the international photo competition captures a provocative world of beefcakes, religious icons, and "tranimals."

How "The Dinner Party" Made Vagina Art a Thing

Judy Chicago's feminist magnum opus gets a vibe check—and a name-drop in the new "L Word"—40 years later.

J.C. Leyendecker: Norman Rockwell, but First and Make It Gay

In his time one of America's most celebrated illustrators, Leyendecker faded from consciousness after his death, but he's making a return.