“Fellow Travelers” stars Matt Bomer and Jonathan Bailey bring their chemistry and playfulness to the cover of GQ. The thriller covers everything from queer desire to Catholic guilt, but what makes this story a bit different is the unapologetic, boundaryless form that the show takes on. “Travelers’’ bids a goodbye to the days when gay characters were allowed to exist on screen as long as they conformed to respectability politics. Unlike the past, there is no shame in the display of passion and intimacy that is portrayed between these two. Moses Moreno styles the actors in rather casual attire, adding a refreshing layer of authenticity to the shoot. All of the pieces worn were sourced vintage, creating an old-school, sporty aesthetic. This cover story not only celebrates the talent and charisma of Bomer and Bailey but also signifies a significant shift in the portrayal of LGBTQ+ characters, marking a new era where authenticity and freedom from stereotypes are embraced on-screen.
Moses Moreno is a part of Exposure NY’s styling division. Exposure NY is a photography/styling agency based in New York City.