Xorje Olivares is a radio personality, producer and writer based in New York City. His new interview-based webseries, 'Hey Xorje,' premieres March 2017.
Lupe Valdez's campaign is historic on a few levels, and could have a huge impact come fall in bringing out Democratic voters for the state's midterm elections.
A new nonprofit is helping queer people find their place in church services, and church services become more queer-friendly.
Church Clarity is a crowdsourced database of churches nationwide, ranking them based on their acceptance of LGBTQ parishioners.
Francis' reign has been marked by contradictions in approach toward queer clergy. And while he's been progressive, comments made yesterday against his trans flock are a blow to all queer Christians.
The icon who fought for our right to marry passed away yesterday. She was unforgettable—and hopefully she'll remain that way, too.
A huge number of homeless youth in America identify as LGBTQ. At this weekend's New York City Pride, they had the opportunity to feel seen.
One year after the Orlando shooting, in which 49 people were gunned down at Latin Night at a queer nightclub, my culture still doesn't see the recognition it deserves.
Queer Americans dodged a bullet from Trump's executive order last week. But it's only the beginning—and it's all insanity.