Queer Clicks: March 26 | Can Bathhouses Survive the Age of Grindr?, The Trailer for ‘Special’, Netflix’s Jim Parsons-Produced Comedy About a Gay Man with Cerebral Palsy, is Here, & Other News
Can Bathhouses Survive the Age of Grindr?
“When I first came out, the man I was dating took me to a popular cruising area in the city.
Cruising, for those unfamiliar, is a term primarily used for those who visit public locations (often parks and forests) in pursuit of sex. He wanted to show me what it was like being a gay man pre-Grindr and I appreciated the lesson.” Advocate
Box Menswear Cranked Up The Heat in Thailand, and That’s Saying Something
“Thailand’s climate gets notoriously hot and humid, but nothing could have prepared us for the omnipresent steam we encountered coming off the Box Menswear lads as they galavanted around Koh Samui, a stunning island off the country’s southeast coast.” Queerty
The Trailer for ‘Special’, Netflix’s Jim Parsons-Produced Comedy About a Gay Man with Cerebral Palsy, is Here
“The series plotline: “Special is a distinctive and uplifting new series about a gay man, Ryan with mild cerebral palsy who decides to rewrite his identity and finally go after the life he wants. After years of dead-end internships, working in his pajamas as a blogger and communicating mostly via text.” Towleroad
Are You ‘Hosting’ on SCRUFF?
“For SCRUFF, the idea of a ‘gay app’ is more than just hook ups. It’s a core part, yes, but being tuned into their community of users means giving them app features that are a bonus and that can serve a variety of users across the board. ” Instinct Magazine