Friday, September 15, 2017

On the Rag, Vol. 475

A weekly look at what's making news in the gay mags:


QX (London): Meet music pioneers Hercules & Love Affair! Read HERE.


The Advocate: Surprise! Trump's choice to head NASA is a homophobe / Read HERE.


Paper: Michael Musto on the greatest (still living) celebs of yesteryear / Read HERE.


Lavender (Twin Cities): Are you ready to get away this fall? Read HERE.


Passport: Partners in business and in love -- meet Angus and Daichan (and their best dining in Vancouver) / Read HERE.


The Fight: Mural proposed to honor murdered San Francisco LGBTQ DJ and activist Anthony Torres, aka Bubbles / Read HERE.


Metro Weekly (D.C.): Your fall arts preview is waiting for you HERE.


MetroSource: How a drag queen finds her persona / Read HERE.


Edge Media: "A Fantastic Woman" could lead to trans history at the Oscars / Read HERE.


HotSpots (Miami): South Florida's LGBT community recovers after Hurricane Irma / Read HERE.


POZ: Is it ethical to take people off HIV meds for cure research? Read HERE.


DNA (Australia): A day at the beach with Jeff and Derek / Read HERE.


Rage Monthly: LGBT groups blast study claiming AI can determine sexual orientation from photos / Read HERE.


The Gay U.K.: 10 things you can do to make you last longer in bed / Read HERE.


Out: Armistead Maupin on his new memoir, "Logical Family" / Read HERE


Attitude (U.K.): Sam Smith reveals how personal heartbreak almost made him quit music / Read HERE.


Gay Times (U.K.): Nico Tortorella on his polyamorous relationship: “It’s not so I can go fuck whoever I want” / Read HERE.


HIV Plus: What's it like in a Turkish prison? Read HERE.


Get Out!: Wrabel – There’s something wrong in "The Village," released in the wake of trans military ban / Read HERE.


GCN (Dublin): LGBT+ in Australia tweet their experiences of homophobis with #TheyGetToVote / Read HERE.


Winq (U.K.): RuPaul wins Emmy for outstanding reality host for second year in a row / Read HERE.

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