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The closing of the nation's oldest queer bookstore isn't a cause for commiseration — it's a wake-up call.
There were enough hints to make your head spin.
Political corruption, backstabbing and blackmailing to hold you over 'til season 3.
There's a reason season 2 came out on Valentine's Day. Super duper spoiler alert.
Amazon's much-publicized '100 Books to Read in a Lifetime' left out these modern millennial classics.
How to say "I love you," without the clichés.
These gorgeous photos show that fashion is a powerful tool in the fight for acceptance.
HBO's new show explores the good, the bad and the ugly in gay life.
The ultimate show for a faithless America.
'Girls' is back Sunday night. Here's to hoping it starts to grow up.
These funny, crass, and addictive sites are must-reads for any 20-something who cares about books.
Because what is Christmas break good for if not monopolizing your family's TV?
Take it from these award-winning millennial filmmakers.
An app called Days of Life tells you when, down to the day, you'll croak. And it's brilliant.
With notable exceptions, 20-somethings are either underrepresented or overly wealthy on mainstream TV. We should all be worried.
A new exhibition offers the kind of aesthetic experience that isn't easily found in the digital age.
Movember isn’t just for normals. These celebrities and politicians should join in on the fun, too.
Believe the hype. For all the controversy it’s stirred, this French Palme d’Or-winner about a stormy lesbian relationship is one of the first great love stories of the 21st century.
Urban Outfitters, American Apparel, and Marc Jacobs will stop at nothing to bring hipster dollars in the door.
What can millennial writers today learn from the early years of literary greats? A lot.
The critically acclaimed comedian, writer and Jezebel blogger has some surprising advice for young creatives.
Caleb Crain’s novel about a gay Harvard graduate learning hard lessons abroad isn't the story of a 20-somethings' comedic failure — it's a story about empowerment.
We gays tell ourselves stories in order to live. But as our sociopolitical reality changes, will our stories change, too?
Q&A with Ryan O'Connell, Thought Catalog's first staff writer and author of the site's early viral successes like 'How to Be a 20-Something' and 'What It Feels Like to Get F***ed in the Ass.'