"I remember really liking Ellen Page in 'Juno' and couldn't tell if I liked her or wanted to be her."
Stories about clippers, locs, and other DIY hairstyle innovations that have helped LGBTQ people see themselves over a tough few months.
“Not all of us who are effeminate are vulgar and cheap and will rub our butts in your faces.”
We look at Asian films and TV shows that have taken steps towards diversity.
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.
If you're feeling lonely or adrift, you can create a chosen family of queers near and far—there are plenty of like-minded people out there for you.
It’s a tough time for all performers and artists but for queer ones who usually have fewer opportunities anyway, lockdowns have been devastating.
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.
Elvin Lam was born deaf. He learned to dance to vibrations, but he's still working to overcome the stigma of deafness as a gay man.
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.
Two historians explain the many overlooked ways that the two movements intersected.