"I can never know exactly what they’re going through but what I can do is listen, and when I can, lend my voice for those who cannot raise their own."
Around the world, June is traditionally Pride Month. And although the parades are cancelled, you can still celebrate online.
Photographer Heather Glazzard spent the day travelling around London to find out what Pride looks and feels like this year for chosen families across the city.
Thousands are demanding justice for Black trans murder victims including Riah Milton, Dominique Fells, and Tony McDade. They are also calling for an end to the abuse and endangerment of Black trans people, full stop.
Before it was legal for LGBTQ people to commit in the eyes of the law, they adopted one another, took up "Boston Marriages," and otherwise found ways to become more officially partnered.
If you're in isolation with relatives who don't support you—or just not ready to tell each and every person in your life that you're LGBT2Q—here are some ways to honor the occasion and keep yourself safe.
At STAR House, Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson created a sanctuary for houseless trans girls in the 1970s. Today, Mariah Lopez hopes to uphold their legacy.
A trove of previously buried documents tells the story of how anti-LGBTQ surveillance targeted queer people in the United States—and how those people pushed back.
Come along for a DIY celebration—and make your own float to join the parade, too.
Pick a unifying theme. Sext with a hot queer. Read the work of your LGBTQ forebears. Tell the cat she's gay.