Powerful Photos from This Year's NYC Pride and Queer Liberation Marches
Photographer Meryl Meisler, who covered her first Pride in 1977, hit the streets to document both Pride and this year's first-ever Queer Liberation March.
Opinion: Pride Has Betrayed Us
Trans women of color were being murdered before the gay rights movement, and are still being murdered today. Pride has never paid attention.
Beautiful, Never-Before-Seen Photos of New York City's 1977 Pride March
Shortly after coming out, photographer Meryl Meisler attended and shot her first Pride march. She never looked at the pictures until now.
Art Collective Papi Juice Reminds Us That Nightlife Can Be a Revolution
"Our collective's work is more intentional than just a party. Our mission is to affirm and celebrate the lives of queer and trans people of color who exist all 24 hours of the day."
LGBTQ Celebs Believe the Fight for Their Rights Is Not Over
On the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, Billy Porter, Hayley Kiyoko, Josie Totah, Alicia Garza, Danica Roem and more reflect on that critical event and its legacy.
Taylor Swift's LGBTQ Anthem 'You Need to Calm Down' Is Pretty Clueless
Swift's new song is a failed attempt at advocacy.
How to Party at Pride If You're Sober
Mental preparation is just as important as a backpack full of seltzer.
What It's Like to Be Illegally Gay in Myanmar
“My father was always trying to make an enemy out of me... He hated me for being gay."
The NBA Player Fighting for LGBTQ Equality
After the murder of his sister, a transgender woman, Detroit Pistons guard Reggie Bullock made it his mission to spread awareness about issues facing the LGBTQ community.
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Beautiful Photos of One Man’s First Night in Drag
Sometimes the joy of living in your own skin is only a pair of heels and a night out away.
‘Pose’ Is the Most Important Show on TV Right Now
The new FX show, with its diverse cast of trans actors, feels like an act of revolution.
The Gay-Straight Alliance Helped Me as Much as It Could
My school's GSA was my first LGBTQ community, even if it didn't represent my identity in full.