EDGE, via its technology arm Pride Labs LLC, is the world's largest publisher of mobile products for the LGBT community, publishing hundreds of websites and native apps for iOS and Android on behalf of community partners, businesses and organizations. We also produce the world's most popular LGBT news mobile app and the world's first LGBT digital magazine for iOS (launching for Android in Q1 2016).
This month's issue of EDGE's digital magazine features gay troubadour Rufus Wainwright, who drew inspiration from the Bard's sonnets for his latest CD, "Take All My Loves." In a far more sexual but equally romantic way, love is explored in the new gay indie film "Paris 05:59," the subject of this month's Arts feature. In a far less romantic and infinitely more sexual way, love is expressed in "HUMP!" - Dan Savage's traveling DIY porn road show, the subject of this month's feature. More seriously, on the political front we catch up with lesbian lawyer Jolanda Jones, breakout star of the legal-themed, Houston-based reality series "Sisters In Law." And our Nation piece focuses on the challenges of being transgender in the workforce. On a lighter note, we check out retro '80s band M83's new CD, "Junk;" have brunch in New York, Atlanta and Seattle; and take a buddy trip through the English countryside. All this, plus party pics, fitness tips and more!
The EDGE Digital Magazine is available for free on Apple iOS (Android coming Q1 2016), and includes daily news, photography, business directories, weather and giveaways from the EDGE Network.