Aug 23, 2015
Please don't call us a throuple.
We talked to the one-woman show about five decades of performing, her oral history project Lower East Side Biographies and the need to offer young people a queer, punk-rock, alternative to the mainstream.
"There is no one way to be a witch," says Mey Rude, who left the Catholic church after coming out as trans. "It's a really freeing identity."
The Alice Springs Pride Carnival is Australia's most remote celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, and sistergirl/brotherboy communities.
We spoke to Jane Ward, author of Not Gay: Sex between Straight White Men, about the gay sex straight white guys have been having for centuries.
GX was started as a reaction to gaming's dominant "bro" culture, and serves as a place for queer geeks to hang out and enjoy cool shit in a safe, inclusive space.
Photographer Fiona Clark captured the country's LGBT community in the 70s and 80s. Censorship, however, kept her images from seeing the light of day—until now.
Rowena Allen wants to use her new role to draw attention to LGBT issues in the country that go beyond marriage equality.
We talked to the internet residents who feel more like foxes, dragons, and cats than members of Homo sapiens.
After someone comes out as trans to friends and family, there's a whole legal battle waiting: changing driver's licenses, birth certificates, insurance cards, and all the absurd requirements that go with it.
According to one theologian, Jesus Christ was both a top and a bottom.
Taking a look back at a forgotten chapter of queer history with novelist Lisa Davis.
Photographer Sam Clarke attended the Pride Parade in Manhattan's West Village and managed to capture the increasing commodification of the festival.
Guessing a person's sexuality has become a lot of people's business. If you're someone who doesn't perform masculinity or femininity in the "right" way, there are others out there who take great pleasure in letting you know about it.
With 19 countries already legalising same-sex marriage, a small but vocal group continues to oppose it. It's not religious, or right wing, or even straight.
Montreal photographer JJ Levine is feted with a retrospective and a new collection of his work.
The Purple Bombers think so. They're trying to change Australia's ultra-macho sports culture.
We talked to the film's director, French auteur Céline Sciamma, about exploring sexual, gender, and racial identities in coming-of-age movies.
Sassafras Lowrey's adaptation of the children's classic features Pan as the "dom" to the submissive lost bois, and Hook dealing with an addiction to heroin.
'Tusks: The Orc Dating Sim' explores sexual diversity, ableism in gaming, and our uncomfortable relationship with mental illness.
In another blow to LGBT nightlife, London's legendary drag bar the Black Cap has closed. But the community is resilient. We spoke to several 20-something drag queens about the enduring appeal of maxi dresses, make-up, and activism.
Comic series 'The Wicked + The Divine' features ancient gods reborn into modern-day England.
We talked to one of Fred Phelps's granddaughters about why she quit the gay-hating Kansas church to join the rainbow-painted "Planting Peace" community that sits directly opposite WBC headquarters.
We talked to photographer Lindsay Morris about the eight years she spent capturing the camp, where little boys are encouraged to dress as girls and there's a fabulous gender-defying fashion show.