“Queer Eye” star Antoni Porowski got candid about his sexual fluidity in an interview with the Gay Times.
The Netflix revival’s food and wine expert explained that he finds labels too limiting.
INSTITUTE, W.Va. (AP) — For many teens the prom is the epitome of their high school experience. But for students who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or queer, it can be a challenge to feel like they belong. This year, some West Virginia students decided to start a new tradition: The Rainbow Formal, the state’s first dance for LGBTQ youth.
Last weekend’s event drew students from at least 10 counties to the student union at West Virginia State University. One of them, 15-year-old Steve Sartin from Mingo County, managed the jitters while adjusting his rainbow suspenders and rainbow Converse sneakers.
A same-sex relationship is just like a straight relationship in most ways. The butterflies in the stomach, the putting your best face forward and the stressing out about what to wear on the first date are all universal.
One of the more interesting things about being in a same-sex relationship is the response and questions you get from your straight friends, family and even strangers about what it’s like to be gay and dating.
The offending party didn’t say it to me in person, of course. It was through a random message on Facebook. Someone with whom I had never communicated before messaged from behind an undoubtedly bogus profile—using the photo of an attractive young woman—to specifically say how disgusted he or she was that I was gay and in a same-sex relationship.