INTO, the online LGBTQ magazine owned and operated by gay dating app Grindr, terminated on Tuesday its editorial staff, effectively ending the digital outlet’s 17-month run.
“The company will be refocusing its efforts on video and as such, the editorial and social teams were let go this morning,” a joint statement from several INTO employees said. “We feel that INTO’s closure is a tremendous loss for LGBTQ media, journalism, and the world.”
Edgerton delivers an emotionally powerful homerun with the big screen adaptation of Garrard Conley’s memoir of the same name.
Tom Daley is taking a dive into parenthood.
The Olympic diving medalist announced on Wednesday that he and his husband, Dustin Lance Black, are having a baby. Daley, 23, posted a photo of himself and Black, 43, on Instagram holding an ultrasound image if their child with the caption “HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!”
An anti-LGBT Ohio lawmaker who resigned this week over “inappropriate behavior” with another man at his legislative office had a history of aggressively pursuing gay men during his time in Washington D.C.
According to a report from the Washington Post, the head of the evangelical Family Research Council was alerted that a Ohio lawmaker sexually assaulted a teen in a hotel room over two years ago and never made the information public.