A former RentBoy.com advertiser says the website provided a safe and consensual context for escorts to meet clients. Now the LGBT community’s support is needed to fight the authorities.
David Levesley is a Columbia Journalism School graduate who writes about culture and cultures. David is also an award-winning playwright, librettist and actor and has produced award-winning plays across his native Britain. David has previously contributed to The Sunday Times, Mic, Aesthetica, and The Washington Jewish Week. His work has been referenced by Salon, MTV, HuffPo, Storify and Bustle.
No one could have predicted how ‘The Great British Bake Off,’ a reality show featuring amateur bakers, would bewitch the viewing masses.
‘Rent U’ offers seminars in sexual health education, financial and legal advice, and building your brand—and getting the best tips from other sex workers.
A generation of performers disillusioned by Broadway musicals gambles their careers on making opera cool again in the Big Apple.
The celebrated novelist opens up about his move to music, penning several songs on Mark Ronson’s new album Uptown Special and annotating tunes on Genius.
If you’ve only heard about ‘Ghost in the Shell’ because of ScarJo—and accusations of ‘whitewashing’ the story—there’s so much more to the transcendent sci-fi manga franchise.
When trans men use gay dating apps, they face disgust, prejudice, curiosity, and questions about their genitalia.
London’s Cereal Killer is only in its first week, but criticism is already pouring in against the hipster-priced cafe in a poor area. But a visit is worth it for the nostalgia.
The Turner Prize was more sedate than usual this year. Has the award that’s known for supporting shocking and innovative art, like Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, become too grown up?
As fantasy shows like Doctor Who and The Legend of Korra tackle issues like abortion and consent, a question emerges: Is this the golden age of feminist science-fiction television?