With COVID Restrictions Lifted, We Should Be Getting Back to Normal—But How Does That Feel?
After 14 months, Brian Fitzgibbons was ready to reunite with his lover—but first he had to survive the panic attack. Read more
Worshipping Andrew Cuomo Was One of Our Worst Pandemic-Related Behaviors
The elevation of the New York governor—now facing multiple accusations of sexual harassment—was our most disgraceful display of blind political hero worship yet. Read more
COVID Cases Are Finally Falling. Can COVID Shaming Cases Also Drop Off?
After a long, bleak year, you bet Alex Reimer is planning a gay ol’ vacation—but are we addicted to knee-jerk socialization shaming? Read more
I’m Trapped at Home, But My Balls Have Never Been More Free
Alex Reimer on the joys of forgoing underwear because we’re all just doing the best we can and no, it’s not a sign of a broken man. At least, not necessarily. Read more
The Pursuit of Sext Appeal in a COVID Climate
Salacious sexting marathons represent the ultimate respite from our pandemic-induced monotony, even as we ignore our actual friends for the shirtless hunk in our phone. Read more
The Super Bowl Had a Simple Solution to Exhausted Despair: Good, Old-Fashioned American Consumerism!
The annual ad spots are always a nauseating corporate orgy, but this year, the spectacle felt like an utter slap in the face. Read more
Nervous About the COVID Vaccine? Have a Kiki First!
Enough with listening to all the wrong people on social media—you only need to listen to the good doctors participating in Let’s Have a Vaccine Kiki January 10. Read more
Hashtag Dopamine: The Ugly, Speedo-Filled Story of the InstaGays War Over COVID
We’re all just in it for the “likes,” whether we’re posting from the beach in Puerto Vallarta—or shaming those who do. Read more