Uncovering My Family's Secret Queer History
In the documentary 'Memories of a Penitent Heart,' a filmmaker uncovers the truth her family hid of her queer, AIDS-afflicted uncle's life.
Since Pulse, LGBTQ Bars Have Upped Security and Activists Are Worried
At a time when police brutality is a top concern, this increase in security especially raises the concerns of trans and queer people of color.
The Pulse Tragedy and the Ongoing Erasure of Queer Latin Culture
One year after the Orlando shooting, in which 49 people were gunned down at Latin Night at a queer nightclub, my culture still doesn't see the recognition it deserves.
One Year Later
We spoke to the DJs who played during the Pulse nightclub attack
For those now referred to as Pulse “survivors,” moving on from the horrors of that night has not been easy.
Four Memorial Services to Take Place Tomorrow in Remembrance of Pulse Victims
The first memorial service will begin in the early morning hours of June 12.
From the Door of a Gay Bar, You See the Scope of Life—and Death
I see a lot working the door at gay bars in Los Angeles. Twice, patrons taught me what it really means to have a community.
Pulse Orlando Site Will Become a New Memorial and Museum
The onePULSE Foundation made the announcement at the site of the tragedy on Thursday.
VICE Is Up for 15 Webby Awards
We need your help to win those glorious metal springs.
Someone Has Created a Scholarship Fund Honoring the Victims of Pulse Orlando
It will award 10 scholarships annually, each worth $4,900.
Frank Ocean Is Being Sued By His Father for Defamation
Calvin Cooksey is seeking $14.5m in response to a Tumblr post that Ocean published last year.
Alex Robert Ross
I’m Obsessed with Internet Drag Queens
(And went to interview a couple IRL).
How Orlando's LGBTQ Community Is Keeping Pulse's Spirit Alive
Six months after the tragic mass shooting at Pulse Nightclub, Orlando has hosted vigils and started a safe space initiative for the city's LGBTQ residents.