Writers and artists Ali Asgar, Édouard Louis, Garth Greenwell and Andrew Solomon explore how gay life, gay men and gay culture are changing and how artists are responding in their work. They discuss the implications of today’s current political climate after achieving marriage equality, fighting for access to health care, continued conflicts over discrimination based on sexual orientation and how to be allies to other queer people. Hosted by Tobin Low, co-host and co-managing editor of the WNYC Studios podcast Nancy. This event was held at the Jerome L. Greene Performance Space at WNYC, in conjunction with the PEN World Voices Festival 2017. Recorded on May 3, 2017.