The country has cemented its reputation not only as a regional leader on LGBTQ rights, but also an example to much of the world for its successes in combating COVID-19.
With this year's parades delayed or cancelled, people remember some of the ways and times that prior festivals have meant something special.
“Not all of us who are effeminate are vulgar and cheap and will rub our butts in your faces.”
"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."
Coming out to others can be tough but coming out to yourself can be infinitely more difficult and scary. That is, until it gets liberating.
It’s a tough time for all performers and artists but for queer ones who usually have fewer opportunities anyway, lockdowns have been devastating.
Around the world, June is traditionally Pride Month. And although the parades are cancelled, you can still celebrate online.
Fans are ecstatic but unsurprised.
Pride Month is over, but that doesn't mean the internal battles fought by queer and gay men magically stop, too.
Monisha Ajgaonkar’s photo series, 'Blossom', asks you to show the world who you really want to be.
Shades of Colour organized events for Pride Month to make space for people they say were left out of Edmonton Pride.
“Out” magazine couldn't pay freelancers and nearly went bust during Pride Month.