gay

Culture

Netflix’s ‘Special’ Could Be the Gayest Show on TV

Following the life of a gay man with cerebral palsy, ‘Special’ portrays queer life from a new but deeply relatable perspective.
Alim Kheraj
4.17.19
LGBTQ

Being Gay in Brunei Is Punishable By Death, Starting Today

Despite global outcry and calls for boycotts, Sultan Hassanal Bolki has shown no sign of reversing the draconian law.
Wendy Syfret
4.3.19
LGBT

LGBTQ Community May Face Privacy Breach if Grindr Isn’t Sold

Grindr is owned by a Chinese company, which renders it vulnerable to having data taken by the government.
Edoardo Liotta
3.29.19
LGBTQ

How to Survive Coming Out to Your Homophobic Family

Homophobia often begins at home. Here’s a step-by-step guide to dealing with rejection from people who're supposed to love you the most.
Navin Noronha
3.26.19
LGBTQAI

We Talk to the Founder of India's First and Only LGBTQ Matrimonial Site

Urvi Shah, founder and CEO of International Marriage Bureau for Gays and Lesbians, tells us how she breaks the rules, and makes a few.
Pallavi Pundir
2.20.19
mental health

New Year, Same Struggles: Is Total LGBTQ Acceptance a Myth In India?

To help understand and normalize the conversations around the community, we asked its younger reps about their most pressing mental health issues.
Noel D'souza
1.21.19
Australiana

How a US Spy Base Turned Alice Springs Into an LGBTIQ Paradise

It's now home to the largest queer community in regional Australia.
Julian Morgans
Rhi Holmes
Laura Woods
1.11.19
Drugs

The Lesser-Known Date Rape Drug Is Making a Comeback

Most use of this highly potent drug is actually intentional.
Joseph Palamar
1.6.19
News

Threats to an LGBTQ Inclusive Mosque in Canada

Calgary’s chapter of El-Tawhid Juma Circle has been forced to operate out of secret locations because homophobes can’t grow up.
Hadeel Abdel-Nabi
12.17.18
LGTBQ

Photos of LGBTQ Life in Japan

Talking to Haruku Shinozaki and Michel Delsol's book of photographs 'Edges of the Rainbow'.
Amelia Abraham
12.9.18
Culture

In India, HIV/AIDS Is Still About Fear

On World AIDS day, it’s important to acknowledge the stigma still associated with the disease that refuses to go away.
Navin Noronha
12.3.18
entertainment

I Binged All 11 ‘Harry Potter’ Movies and Yes, They Are Gay as Hell

"Let’s get these Horcruxes, bitches!"
Naveen Kumar
11.19.18
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