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Gabe Bergado

Teen Vogue

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  • GQ
  • Inverse
  • The Daily Dot
  • Mic
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Recent articles by Gabe:

"Sex Education" Is One of the Queerest Teen Shows Ever

With its second season, "Sex Education" goes down in the history books as one that sets the bar for nuanced portrayals of queer teens. → Read More

Grammys 2020: Funniest Moments and Memes

The Grammys 2020 had plenty of brilliant performances and well-deserved wins, but there were also a couple of other moments and memes that had us laughing. → Read More

Taylor Swift Calls Out Sexist Remarks From Label Execs in "Miss Americana" Trailer

The official trailer for Taylor Swift's upcoming Netflix documentary, Miss Americana, is finally here. It premieres at the Sundance Film Festival on January 23. → Read More

"Surrender Your Sons" Follows LGBTQ+ Teens Coming Together to Escape Conversion Therapy

Connor Major is going to need people he can trust after being kidnapped in the upcoming YA queer thriller Surrender Your Sons, written by Adam Sass. → Read More

Sex Education Season 2 Cast: Meet the New Characters and Who Plays Them

Netflix has released season 2 of "Sex Education," featuring a slate of new characters including Viv, Rahim, Isaac, and Dex. → Read More

Sex Education Season 2 Review: Masturbation, Love Triangles, and More Laughs Than Ever

In a crowded teen genre, Netflix’s Sex Education stood out thanks to everything from its exploration of adolescent sexuality to the John Hughesesque aesthetic. → Read More

Vanessa Hudgens's "Sneakernight" Might Be the Perfect Breakup Anthem Following Split From Austin Butler

Following the news of Vanessa Hudgens and Austin Butler's reported split, there is one thing that I would tell Vanessa if she were a close friend of mine. → Read More

Hayley Kiyoko's "She" Music Video Is Jam-Packed with 2000s Nostalgia

Off her upcoming sophomore album, the visuals for Hayley Kiyoko's "She" includes Lance Bass, her old hairdo from the teen years, and more → Read More

Issa Rae Calls Out Oscars 2020 Director Category With "Congratulations to Those Men"

While announcing the 2020 Oscars nominations, Issa Rae called out the lack of women directors nominated. → Read More

Selena Gomez's "Rare" Music Video Is an Opportunity to Think About the Climate Crisis

Selena Gomez dances in a fantastical digitally-filtered forest in her new music video for "Rare," while fires rage in Australia. → Read More

"Sex Education" Releases New Trailer Ahead of January Premiere

"Sex Education" is back with a new full trailer featuring Otis, Maeve, Eric, Adam, and several new faces. → Read More

Golden Globes 2020: The Funniest Moments and Memes

While there were plenty of surprising winners at the Golden Globes 2020, let's take a look at some of the best memes of the night. → Read More

Awkwafina Makes History as First Woman of Asian Descent to Win Lead Actress in a Comedy at Golden Globes 2020

Awkwafina took home the Golden Globe for best performance by an actress in a motion picture (musical or comedy) thanks to her role in Lulu Wang's The Farewell. → Read More

Golden Globes 2020 Didn't Nominate Any Women for Best Director

This is particularly jarring considering some of the best and most buzzed-about features of the past year were thanks to the women behind the screen. → Read More

Keke Palmer Takes "Sorry to This Man" Meme to the Louvre

A painting she shared isn't of Marie Antoinette, but it clearly doesn't matter to Keke who it is. → Read More

Dove Cameron Released Her First Original Music, "Bloodshot" and "Waste"

Dove Cameron tells Teen Vogue, "I have been growing and changing a lot over the past few months and I needed my music to reflect that." → Read More

The Iconic "Degrassi Community School" Sign Is Being Auctioned Off

Various props from the set of "Degrassi: The Next Generation" are being auctioned off, including the iconic 20-foot-long sign. → Read More

Sam Smith Shares Their Pronouns Are They/Them After "Lifetime of Being at War" With Their Gender

On Friday, singer-songwriter Sam Smith shared on Instagram that that they are changing their pronouns to they/them to better reflect their gender identity. → Read More

Sam Smith Shares Their Pronouns Are They/Them After "Lifetime of Being at War" With Their Gender

On Friday, singer-songwriter Sam Smith shared on Instagram that they are changing their pronouns to they/them to better reflect their gender identity. → Read More

"Unbelievable" Star Kaitlyn Dever on Doing Marie's Story Justice and Putting the Focus on Rape Survivors

In Netflix's "Unbelievable," Kaitlyn Dever plays Marie, a young woman who reports being raped but is doubted by detectives on her case. → Read More