"People think that if they associate with someone different, like me, everyone around them will think that they're different too."
Despite Putin's anti-gay propaganda law still going strong, Moscow's LGBT club scene thrives in the shadows. We hit up a couple of gay bars and found that there's hope for gay Russians yet.
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.
The UK election is getting a little heated.
We spoke to the cartoonist about adapting her critically acclaimed coming of age story for the stage, and the "test" that bears her name.
Come on over to our side, straights, it's way better over here.
Following yesterday's post, here are some more shots of excited crowds, understanding cops, and crying kids.
Here's to you, the unsung smartphone-wielding heroes of Sydney's annual LGBT festival.
According to a recent survey 54.8 percent of the Sydney lesbian community feels disconnected from the annual LGBTI event.
Conversion therapy is the practice of "curing" gay people by trying to turn them straight. The practice has been around for a while, but these days it's considered ineffective, harmful, and potentially deadly.
If Cat Power and Liza Minnelli's gay dad gave birth to a pale sex god, he would probably look and sound like Perfume Genius, a.k.a. Mike Hadreas.
Conversion therapy is the practice of "curing" gay people by trying to turn them straight. The practice has been around for a while, but these days it is considered ineffective, harmful, and potentially deadly.
A few of Brooklyn's "twinks" talk about how they feel about being both fetishized and derided in the homosexual community.
Gay activists in NZ say they're tired of banks getting into bed with them for profits. And now they've got the pink paint to prove it.
Matt Lambert's eerily visceral pictures of boys engaged in sexual acts and lazily playing with their junk will get you in the mood for Valentine's Day.
Even if you know only one thing about Chris Crocker, you can probably work out what "three words" he's referring to in the title of his debut album More Than Three Words.
In the late 90s, Russell T. Davies changed everything with Queer as Folk. Next week, he's back with Cucumber, Banana, Tofu—a threesome of multi-platform gay programming with plenty of cock talk.
In the next 20 years we will all be fucking robots, sexting porn stars, and continuing to watch porn.
A British host's social experiment may have opened a dialogue about homophobia, but he's not going to internalize the hatred, and that's a sticking point for myself and other gay people.
JD Samson's queer art and music collective MEN has decided to call it quits, so we spoke to the queer icon about what's next.
AllOut have created an e-petition against the way any whiff of gayness is being removed from the sleeve of the 'Pride' DVD. But, as its director argues, if it makes more wary people watch it, isn't that a good thing?
Although the ads confirm his sex appeal, they fail to fix all of Bieber's public relations problems. Even though he looks like a man, it's still a question as to whether he will act like one in 2015.
Homosexuality was still illegal in China while he was on the force. Now, he's arguably one of the most important figures in the country's LGBT community.
The situation for LGBT people can often feel bleak. Let's give ourselves a pat on the back for a change.