© 2023 by Chadwick Moore

 Clips 

Chadwick Moore is a weekly columnist and Cities Editor at The Spectator. He's a former Editor-at-Large for Out and The Advocate, and contributing writer to Playboy, the New York Times, and the New York Post where he wrote profiles and features covering subcultures, crime, off-beat stories, and the LGBT community.

 

His work has taken him to the gay underbelly of Moscow in the aftermath of Putin's anti-LGBT propaganda law; to the streets of Queens where undocumented, Latina, transgender sex workers struggle for survival; to a ranch in Montana to explore Native American two-spirit identity; to the homeless youth shantytowns outside Salt Lake City; to Orlando hours after the massacre at Pulse night club; to Danville, Virginia to profile a community destroyed by free trade. 

the spectator 

In 2020, Trump must save the cities December 2019 (print)
NASA's multi-billion dollar Mars reality TV show Nov. 27, 2019
 
Bored, Groggy Democrats Drag Themselves to Another Debate Nov 21, 2019
Prince Andrew's BBC Interview Was Utterly Brilliant Nov 17, 2019
The Overton Window Inches Right Nov 7 2019
The Mysterious Career of Amy Robach Nov 6, 2019
Nick Fuentes Fills Milo's Gap Nov 1, 2019
Women Are Sick and Tired of Receiving Nudes on Gay Dating Apps Oct 21, 2019
2020 Democrats Shapeshift Into Moderates in Ohio Oct 16, 2019
CNN's LGBT Town Hall Collapses into Trans Madness Oct 13 2019
Rednecks Are the Least Racist People In America Oct 5, 2019
Dear Journalism Students Sept 23, 2019
Marianne Williamson Is Trump's Perfect Female Counterpart Sept 13, 2019
Gays Triggered After Mass Murdering Clown Outed as Homophobe Sept 9, 2019
Do Progressive Municipal Leaders Want Their Cities to Fail? Sept 3, 2019
Christian Dior's Woke Advertising Woes Aug 31, 2019
How to Baffle the Boycott Brigade Aug 27, 2019
Back to the Drawing Board for Gay Media's Pederasty Pushers Aug 19, 1019
A Letter to Our Subscribers, From the New York Times Aug 7, 2019
MAGA Exposure Therapy Is Real Aug 2, 2019
The Insufferable Wokeness of Public Art July 25, 2019
Mayor Pete, Alleged Homosexual, Shall Not Be Mocked July 14, 2019
Trump Moms Are the Best People in America July 3, 2019
Gays will Spend Reparations on Concert Tickets and Meth June 29, 2019
A Mental Health Professional Diagnoses Cable News Anchors June 25, 2019
This Pride, Let's Celebrate Shame June 17, 2019
How C.S. Lewis Predicted Instagram June 7, 2019
The Buttigieg Delusion May 24, 2019
 
A Complete Guide to Finding Your Favorite Banned Celebrity Online May 6, 2019
Step Aside First Ladies, It's Chasten Buttigieg's Time to Shine April 16, 2019

The Washington Times

A Pathway to Defeating Silicon Valley Censorship March 11, 2019
How to Vanquish Antifa's Continuing Threat Nov. 20, 2018
The Left-Wing Take Down of Kevin Hart Dec. 17, 2018

BREITBART

Left for Dead in Danville: How Globalism Is Killing Working Class America July 2018
Journalists Are Captivated by Pete Buttigieg, But He's No Hero to LGBTs April 16, 2019 

OUT 

"I'm Not Gay, I Just Have OCD" February 2017
OUT 100: Javier Muñoz, Breakout of the Year January 2017
How a London Neighborhood Kept a Legendary Gay Pub from Sinking November 2016
Send in the Clown: Internet Supervillain Milo Doesn't Care that You Hate Him October 2016
The Instahunks: Inside the Swelling Selfie-Industrial Complex September 2016
Lavender Language, The Queer Way to Speak September 2016
A Mourning Orlando Tells the World: 'We Are Not Afraid' June 2016
After Shooting, LGBTs Prove What Orlando Strong Really Means June 2016
There's An Injectable Estrogen Shortage That's Leaving Trans Women in Crisis August 2016
The Unwavering Importance of Gay Sailing Clubs August 2016
Nick Jonas Needs a Hug June/July 2016 (cover)
Rattling the Hen Cage May 2016
Trans in the Military May 2016
Blood Lines: How Catherine Opie Made Her Mark April 2016
Kiss & Tell: Scotty Bowers's Scandalous Tales of Gay Hollywood, April 2016
Circus of Books March 2016
The Transformation of Daniel Nardicio March 2016
Love in the Time of Tinder February 2016
The Space Between: Native American Two Spirit Culture October 2015
Can You Teach Sensitivity? September 2015
The Good Wife September 2015
My Month of Hell in a Gay Crossfit Cult August 2015
Remembering Roger Rees July 14, 2015
Into the Pink April 2015
Tyler Oakley and the Cult of Oversharing March 2015
When Your Wife's Bra Won't Fit You March 2015
Flawless Sabrina, OUT, February 2015
The Cats That Saw Too Much December/January 2014
Curious George: The Unlikely Ascent of George Takei September 2015
I'm Not Psycho: John Waters's 50th Summer in Provincetown August 2014
Lesbian Angels, Bare Backsides November 2014
Hand In Glove August 2014
The Missing Children of Clown Alley May 2014
Paradise Nights March 2013 (print only)
Man's Best Friend September 2013

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Remembering a Doyenne of the Williamsburg Shop Fronts November 2016
Fighting to Bring Women in History to Central Park July 12, 2015
Where Cockroach Legs and Snow White Have Something in Common July 16, 2014
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Two Dollar Bill Is Oddity, But Some Love the Tender April 1, 2014
Flickering Lights, Strange Music, and a Ghost at a Brooklyn Bar October 27, 2014 (cover story)
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In Brooklyn Park, a Fierce New Pecking Order July 17, 2013
A Writing Class Focused on Goodbyes May 19, 2013
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In Methodist Stronghold, a Dialogue on Gay Rights August 1, 2012
Between Rails, a Trickle Bearing Dreams January 23, 2012
In North Brooklyn, Another Gay Bar Closes March 20, 2012
Windows Still Ready for Irene, 9 Months Later May 29, 2012
For Gay Arabs, a Place to Dance and Break Down Walls January 13, 2011 (cover story)
A Poetic Mentor who Minces Few Words September 7, 2011
Horror on the L Train, and the Rest of the Story June 8, 2010

THE ADVOCATE

Wounded But Unbowed, LGBT Orlando Tries to Carry On August 2016 (cover story)
The Ghost Children of Mormon Country June/July 2016​​
The Backlash June/July 2015 (cover story)
Paradise Almost Lost June/July 2015
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Welcome to Eureka Springs April/May 2014
Love In Putin's Russia February 2014 (cover story)

THE NEW YORK POST

I'm a Gay New Yorker, and I'm Coming Out as a Conservative February 11, 2017
Inside the Fishy World of NYC's Aquarium Obsessives  February 27, 2017
How to Not Kill All Your Plants December 15, 2016
 
New York's Most Popular Plant can Kill You and Your Pets December 15, 2016
 
5 Celebrities Spill the Dirt on Their Favorite Sprouts December 15, 2016 

PLAYBOY​

 
Big Brother Wants to be Your Friend May 2016