LGBTQ

LGBTQ

Henry Sias Could be the First Trans Man to Serve as a U.S. Judge

If he wins Tuesday's primary, the Philadelphia lawyer will be seated for ten years.
Diana Tourjée
3 days ago
LGBTQ

Taiwan Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage in a First for Asia

One week before the assigned two-year deadline, Taiwanese lawmakers passed a bill where same-sex couples can register as a married couple with government agencies.
Lex Celera
5.17.19
LGBTQ

Snapchat's Gender-Swapping Photo Filters Can Result in Real Transphobia

"There’s a fine line between encouraging people to take gender less seriously and not considering trans realities."
Serena Sonoma
5.16.19
Dating

Presenting as Non-Binary Changed My Dating Life Completely

Staying true to my femme gender non-conforming identity has definitely made relationships more complicated.
Travis Alabanza
5.16.19
rights

Opinion: The U.S. Is About to Decide if LGBTQ People Truly Count as Citizens

In an exclusive op-ed, Congressman Joe Kennedy III explains why LGBTQ Americans need the Equality Act to pass.
Joseph Kennedy III
5.16.19
Photography

These Queer People Wrote Love Letters to Their Younger Selves

Photographer Heather Glazzard asked LGBTQ people from the U.K. to write notes to their teenage selves.
Zing Tsjeng
5.14.19
sex work

I Did Sex Work to Make Money—and Find Real Intimacy With Men

One in eight trans women have done sex work as a source of income; one in five, for food or shelter. Some of us have looked for real human connection there, too.
Sessi Kuwabara Blanchard
5.9.19
LGBTQ

A Startling Look at How Cops Mistreat Trans People

A new report shows how police departments nationwide have failed to adopt or modernize policies protecting the rights of transgender people.
Diana Tourjée
5.7.19
LGBTQ

I’ve Gotten Super into Queer Afterhours Parties in My 50s

In Los Angeles, the afterhours scene is creating some of the most radical queer spaces I’ve ever seen.
Jeff Leavell
5.3.19
Photography

This Queer, Native Photographer Uses 'Cowthem' Culture to Decolonize Gender

"I see these self-portraits as a form of visual sovereignty."
Sarah Burke
5.2.19
LGBTQ

These LGBTQ Activists Don’t Want Queer and Trans People Serving in the Military

While the trans military ban has spurred a flurry of media coverage in support of trans troops, these activists still believe the military has no respect for human rights.
Leila Ettachfini
5.2.19
Film

‘Gay Chorus Deep South’ Confronts Anti-LGBTQ Politics, Starting At Church

The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus toured the Bible Belt in an epic experiment in confronting fear.
Taylor Hosking
4.30.19
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