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The queer Asian dance party taking over New York

The queer Asian dance party taking over New York

Refreshing in their inclusivity, Bubble T’s parties welcome all—not to mention Robyn as a DJ and Solange on the dancefloor.

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“Homebound” – A queer Filipino immigrant comes of age

“Homebound” – A queer Filipino immigrant comes of age

A new film explores how one Filipino grows into his queerness after being uprooted to NYC.

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OrG! – a web series about gay Filipino orgies – launches tonight

OrG! – a web series about gay Filipino orgies – launches tonight

It’s not all chemfun and games. Director Rod Singh deepens what we know about orgies—and tries to bang our biases away.

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Following its Gender Policy, Ateneo holds #OneBigPride

Following its Gender Policy, Ateneo holds #OneBigPride

The Loyola Schools have made a giant leap towards becoming an all-gender-friendly community.

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There need to be more conversations about sex & disability

There need to be more conversations about sex & disability

“Let go of how sex should look.” — Clinical sexologist Dr. Martha Lee

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Oh, the tears streaming from Queer Eye’s third season!

Oh, the tears streaming from Queer Eye’s third season!

For these queens of the road, self-love is always a worthy destination—and makes for tearfully good TV.

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Heads Up: Today’s hair transplant goes above and beyond baldness

Heads Up: Today’s hair transplant goes above and beyond baldness

How about a scar-free new hairline? Would you like some scruff to go with that? DHI Philippines gives us hope in the hair and now.

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Contacting the dead – why people ghost

Contacting the dead – why people ghost

Through our social media ouija board, the dearly departed tell us why they ghost.

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“Angels in America”—queer love and acceptance in a time of crisis

“Angels in America”—queer love and acceptance in a time of crisis

25 years since its US premiere, “Angels in America” is staged in the Philippines—fittingly, at a time of reckoning with HIV and queer visibility.

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Starting OUT – Kids Queering the Future

Starting OUT – Kids Queering the Future

While the queer movement in the Philippines is young and still has a ways to go, these kids make us hopeful.

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Mother’s Day Drag: An O-Bar Queen’s Tribute to His Mom

Mother’s Day Drag: An O-Bar Queen’s Tribute to His Mom

While countless pop culture divas form the fierce foundations of the O-Bar queen, Dee Dee Marie Holliday sashays in gratitude to the woman who made him the beautiful kind of man he’s become.

Guys Hanging Out

Warming up to the idea you’ll be back

Warming up to the idea you’ll be back

The heat helps if you want to forget about someone.

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Survive the Hanging Out hiatus with our culture queue

Survive the Hanging Out hiatus with our culture queue

A Queer TV Queue to survive the absence of Hanging Out.

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Hang Over: The Season Ender Screening Party

Hang Over: The Season Ender Screening Party

Photos by Athena Zapanta and Josh Garosha There couldn’t have been a more apt venue for the season finale screening

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Hanging Out Behind-the-Scenes: The Final Shoot Day

Hanging Out Behind-the-Scenes: The Final Shoot Day

Photos by Arabella Paner Though one webisode of Hanging Out clocks in at a little under 15 minutes, it’s the

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Finding Fidel: The Myth of the Straight Guy Among Gay Friends

Finding Fidel: The Myth of the Straight Guy Among Gay Friends

Don’t chug the stereotype. Christian San Jose discovers that guys like Hanging Out’s Fidel do actually exist.