Remembering a queer pioneer who lived a very queer life.
DiRaddo’s second novel chronicles the complexity of non-dad status after a gay man donates sperm to lesbian friends.
A query about a discontinued postcard elicited an intense response from an organization that claims to value the “diverse backgrounds” of its members.
A feature interview about the new book Missing From the Village: The Story of Serial Killer Bruce McArthur, the Search for Justice, and the System That Failed Toronto’s Queer Community.
Between the kitsch factor and a certain relatability, this 1970s subgenre may be worth revisiting right now.
A look back at highlights from Out in the City, the Montreal Mirror column by the late writer and activist
The utterly bizarre experience of watching I Love You, Daddy in a post-Weinstein universe.
The complicated process of reviewing Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie.
Moore answers his critics by showing us where and how people are actually being successful in dealing with significant challenges.
The Not-Criminally-Responsible line sounded like a longshot, but the defence might just be able to pull it off.