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.
Local Radio in the UK Is Getting Gayer
We spoke to the hosts of two new BBC local radio shows that aim to represent their broad spectrum of listeners.
Inside Winnipeg’s ‘Drag Renaissance’
A new generation of ‘Slunt Factory’ performers are subverting the tropes that made drag mainstream.
Indian Queer Muslims Share Their Hopes and Dreams for 2019
Being a double minority presents a double set of issues—one concerning culture and religion, the other concerning sexual identity.
The Best Thing on TV This Year Was: 'Pose'
The pilot episode of FX's groundbreaking series took us to 80s New York's ball scene and gave us the best dance audition since 'Flashdance.'
This LGBTQ Inclusive Mosque in Calgary Receives Threats for Just Existing
Calgary’s chapter of El-Tawhid Juma Circle has been forced to operate out of secret locations because homophobes can’t grow up.
This Soap Opera Actor Came Out as Gay in the Most Daytime TV Way Possible
Actor Thom Bierdz lets it all hang out in his memoir 'Young, Gay & Restless.'
I Binged All the ‘Harry Potter’ Movies and Yes, They Are Gay as Hell
"Let’s get these Horcruxes, bitches!"
I Went to the 'First Nudist Club Night' in Paris
I highly recommend getting naked in a nightclub – as long as everyone else is, too.
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Inside ‘Hungama’, an LGBTQ+ Bollywood Night in an East London Strip Club
It's rare that South Asian clubbers can come together to celebrate queer culture, but this new night at Metropolis provides just that.
We Asked Asexuals About Their Relationship to Pride
After some controversy over “ace” and “poly” inclusion, they told us what queer identity means to them.
The Search for Syria’s First Queer Beauty Pageant Winner
We spoke to the director of ‘Mr. Gay Syria’ about representation and the need for refugee stories with human faces.