Sharon Horgan creates the new drama that’s bringing Sarah Jessica Parker back to the small screen.
Sex and the City
If you’ve come out of the hookup culture feeling empty, you’re not the only one. Daniel Dowling has a plan to help you find the satisfaction you deserve.
Thomas Dearnley-Davidson doesn’t like Lady Gaga, doesn’t want to go shopping, and doesn’t want to be some woman’s little gay pet.
“The Newsroom” is a soapbox for progressive politics—so why are its gender roles so ridiculously outdated?
After a string of rejections, Andy Bodle searches through everything from books, to women’s magazines, to dating profiles to find out what women really want in a man.
Smart, funny, Canadian, and not to be confused with the late night Goth queen, Elvira Kurt talks about being a lesbian dad, whether London is gay, and how to be cool.
Donald D’Haene was on ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show’—twice—as a survivor of sexual abuse, not a victim.
Choosing one’s own (sexual) identity: Shifting the terms of the ‘gay rights’ debate
The Good Feed Blog Editors want to know which actor plays opposite his/her sexual preference the best.
Eddie Robinson wanted a place for men to talk about real issues. He thinks he might’ve finally found it.
Is “the sensibility of the show so genetically female”?