Marisa Emma Smith and Amber Barton codirected the show in which actors perform words that they hear through earbuds,
The Toronto drag performer is back on the judging panel having survived the "absolute blissful chaos" of season one.
Holding one’s pee for a manipulative spouse can lead to potentially serious health complications.
Special guests this season will span the worlds of music, film and TV, social media, the arts, and more.
The co-creator and star of Sort Of, Canada's first TV series with a non-binary lead, walks me through Little India and discusses what it’s like to be making pop culture history.
Stacy Thomas wasn’t much into rice before she got to know Nicki Zamora, a Manila-born and New York–trained chef.
The poet's sister-in-law was the surrogate for his son.
However, he still has to contend with eight B.C. members of caucus who voted against a ban on conversion therapy, including Ed Fast and Tracy Gray.
Imtiaz Popat says that there needs to be a far stronger focus on antihate laws in this election campaign.
Police found footage of a male suspect scaling the police station’s flag pole and stealing the flag.
The play uses the collective’s combined skill in movement, poetry, music, and puppetry to explore themes of diaspora, home, and belonging.
The second season of the reality competition will start airing on October 14
The party's election platform includes a promise to criminalize conversion therapy—but only for sexual orientation
Dan advises one member of a gay marriage to have guilt-free sex with a coworker after his partner declared he was no longer interested in sex.
Plus, Dan offers advice regarding a fit man who keeps losing his erection and resentment linked to a sexual tryst.
The trailblazing Asian-American comic's 2002 special has barely aged at all, and some material resonates even more today.
As absurd as the announcement and associated discourse are, the Tories’ poppers promise tells us something important about the dramatic shifts our politics are undergoing due to new debates about gender and sexuality.
This documentary chronicles how lesbian and gay rights activists waged a Sisyphean battle against the American Psychiatric Association.
Holman has left a lasting legacy on queer arts in the city.
Even though it was marred by homophobia and misogyny, Murphy made his mark on stand-up with this groundbreaking comedy special.