This Queer Journalist Wants to Unite Human Rights Defenders
After facing deportation from Russia to Uzbekistan, where homosexuality is illegal, Ali Feruz set up a new media network to support journalists covering LGBTQ issues in post-Soviet states.
Being Freaked Out by Gay and Trans People Is Still a Legal Murder Defence in 48 US States
Illinois is set to become the second state to outlaw gender and sexuality as motives for violence by defendants in court. What's holding the others behind?
How LGBTQ Turks are Preparing for a History-Making Constitutional Vote
If Turkey's constitution is amended on the 16th of April, nationalism could rise – and the already imperilled queer community may bear the brunt of what follows.
Activists Are Scrambling to End Chechnya’s Persecution of Gay Men
As reports emerge that gay men are being imprisoned and murdered in the republic, activists are urging citizens to put pressure on Western officials to act.