From Maleficent to any role Vincent Price ever played, most villains are queer coded. I have always thought that is why, many assume that I am queer in some way, but I feel as if I need to come out myself. I am not queer coded, I am just a villain. I am happy that a marginalized community can connect with me, one who lives on the margins of the king’s precious society. But I hope they can accept me for who I am; an ageless, hell-bent horror.
When I was 17, every single day I wore an Old Navy boat neck tee and flared jeans. What a waste! After watching the first episode of Euphoria on HBO Max, I said, “That’s it. That’s what I want to be.” My partner, who was sitting in bed next to me, asked, “Addicted to opiates?” I said, “No! A queer teen with edgy fashion.”
While the queer youth of today may not know, the elders of the community have spoken of Logo TV. A gay network, with some original shows and also reruns of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Queer As Folk with all the sex scenes cut out, so you never actually got to see Hal Spark’s butt.
The Soho-based gallery MVMNT shocked the art world today with their new exhibition of the work of Maisy Sims. The exhibition centers around the piece, Queer Life (2021), a paneled tryptic still life. The piece now finds itself in the middle of a controversy; it doesn’t have a single boob, butt, or any balls on it.
Pornhub has announced a new category to draw in new viewers to the streaming mega-site — devoted viewers can find the new category labeled “Longing Glances.” While most people wouldn’t consider two people looking at each other from afar for 30 seconds porn, Pornhub aims to change that. The site has realized that for too long, it has overlooked a key demographic, women, queers, and people who are just a little too into period pieces. The site hopes that the new category can bring these users into the world of Pornhub.