Stonewall

LGBTQ

This Year's Cringiest Pride Brand Tie-Ins, Ranked

The Marks and Spencer LGBT sandwich is only the start.
Nick Levine
7.3.19
Recognise Me

Over 100 Organisations Sign a Statement in Support of Trans Equality

We're one of more than 100 companies from the business, charity, and public sectors to come out publicly and unwaveringly in support of trans rights in a new ad.
VICE Staff
10.17.18
Recognise Me

We Transitioned Young – These Are Our Stories

Dispelling the misinformation and untruths around how and why young people transition.
Juno Roche
10.8.18
Recognise Me

Support Trans Equality Now: Reform the Gender Recognition Act

Today, VICE and Stonewall launch Recognise Me, a new campaign calling on anyone who cares about LGBTQI rights to demand vital improvements to the GRA.
Not In Use2
10.8.18
LGBTQ

How Queer History Finally Came into Its Own

More podcasts, films, TV shows, and books are mining stories from the fight for LGBTQ rights than ever before.
Caitlin Cruz
11.3.17
LGBTQ

Photos from New York’s Post-Stonewall, Pre-AIDS Cruising Scene

How photographer Alvin Baltrop captured a culture of queer sex that might have otherwise been lost to history.
Muri Assunção
7.18.17
Dancing VS the State

Montreal's Stonewall: How the Sex Garage Raid Mobilized a Generation of LGBT Activists

What we can learn from the aftermath of the July 1990 police attack on an after-hours party 27 years later.
Denise Benson
3.14.17
Stuff

Inside the Sad World of Racist Online Dating

White nationalists say it's difficult finding women to date.
Mack Lamoureux
12.19.16
Stuff

America's Oldest and Longest Performing Drag Queen Is Still Kicking Ass

RuPaul was barely out of diapers when Walter Cole first took the stage. Thirty-nine years later, he's still the top queen in Portland.
Jon Shadel
8.2.16
Art

Stunning Portraits Spotlight Trans Women Activists of Color

Andrea Bowers's new exhibit asks "Whose Feminism Is It Anyway?"
Gabrielle Bruney
2.22.16
Stuff

Stemming the Tide of Cultural Amnesia: An Interview with Legendary New York Performance Artist, Penny Arcade

We talked to the one-woman show about five decades of performing, her oral history project <i>Lower East Side Biographies</i> and the need to offer young people a queer, punk-rock, alternative to the mainstream.
Amelia Abraham
8.18.15
Stuff

Do We Still Need Gay Awards Ceremonies in 2015?

I went to this year's Attitude Pride Awards to find out if these kinds of events are segregationist, or if they still highlight the kind of LGBT role models British society needs.
Chris Godfrey
7.8.15
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