Meet Baz Bailey, the photographer and cinematographer using visual language to tell stories by and for the LGBTQ community in South Africa.
Coming in December: a weekly column about the everyday reality of living in an unequal system.
Atlanta is the birthplace of Dr. King. It’s also the LGBTQ capital of the South. Spend the weekend learning how a Southern city became a beacon of civil rights.
Lesbians are dealt a pretty tough hand in most movies. Revive your spirits by watching something where the lesbians actually get a happy ending.
Meet a group of people that’s not necessarily into the idea of romance. Demiromantic people have a unique approach to love.
Anti-LGBT+ hate sweeps Europe while protections for this vulnerable community weaken. The dual trends are making life as an LGBT+ person in Europe increasingly dangerous.
A review of pansexuality, the origins of the pansexual pride flag, and the movement for LGBTQIA+ rights.
“Today, we honor and celebrate the achievements and resiliency of transgender individuals and communities.” Those words begin a proclamation issued by the Biden-Harris Administration on March 31, 2021, also known as Transgender Day of Visibility. Other pro-trans actions by the new administration include a move to allow transgender soldiers to serve openly in the military […]
The family of Fabien Azoulay, a gay Jewish man serving a 16+ year sentence over a minor drug offense, is asking the public to sign a petition demanding French President Emmanuel Macron transfer Azoulay out of the Turkish prison where he’s currently incarcerated. The 43-year-old French citizen has been subjected to torture and harassment at […]
In 1978, the rainbow became a symbol of even greater significance as a representation of gay pride when Gilbert Baker stitched the first pride flag in San Francisco. While widely accepted and recognized, some felt that the flag celebrated a specific population while ignoring others.