Stonewall

LGBTQ

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.
Diana Tourjée
6.28.19
LGBTQ

5 LGBTQ Protests That Set the Stage for Stonewall

“If you can’t get together in public places without risk of arrest, you can’t live your life.”
Denio Lourenco
6.24.19
pride

Greed, Mismanagement and Private Equity: How Iconic LGBTQ Magazine “Out” Almost Died

“Out” magazine couldn't pay freelancers and nearly went bust during Pride Month.
David Uberti
6.11.19
Trans Legends

Trans Icon Miss Major: 'We've Got to Reclaim Who the Fuck We Are'

Stonewall Uprising veteran Miss Major Griffin-Gracy offers fighting words from a lifetime of advocacy.
Zackary Drucker
11.21.18
Art

How Should We Remember the Stonewall Uprising?

In his new show, artist Chris Vargas of the Museum of Transgender Hirstory & Art skewers the politics of LGBTQ memorialization.
Sessi Kuwabara Blanchard
10.30.18
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
11.2.17
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
7.17.17
Pride 2017

The Unsung History of Circuit Parties, Where Gay Men Seek Sex and Freedom

How hedonistic marathon raves became a unique LGBTQ tradition.
Steve Weinstein
6.21.17
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
3.13.17
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
Music

Gay Country Superstar Patrick Haggerty Is Still 'Cryin' Those Cocksucking Tears'

Patrick Haggerty unwittingly released the first gay country album in America with 'Lavender Country' in 1973. Life's been a strange trip ever since.
Matt Baume
7.29.16
americas

After Orlando: Stonewall Reacts

The fallout from Sunday's mass shooting in Orlando is being felt across the country in intensely personal ways. VICE News visited Stonewall to see how people are making sense of the tragedy.
Jack Gilbert
6.13.16
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