fighting for lgbti rights in kakuma refugee camp
Wolfgang Tillmans meets the LGBTI Ugandans who had to flee their home country to Kakuma Refugee Camp because of the constant threat of homophobic violence after the country passed an Anti-Homosexuality Law.
the first openly trans playboy cover star remembers hugh hefner
“Mr. Hefner once said that life is too short to be living someone else’s dream and I think it spoke loudly of how respectful he was of the individuality of others,” says Caroline “Tula” Cossey.
munroe bergdorf is the newest face of illamasqua
Illamasqua was “angered” by L'Oréal’s decision to fire the transgender model over her comments calling out racism.
of course we're voting yes
Young Australians explain why they're voting Yes in the postal plebiscite.
why love is love and voting yes is vital
In an open letter, Chapter Music co-founder Ben O'Connor acknowledges that while he's devastated by the public equal marriage survey, he's one of the luckier ones.
for queer kids in the bush, theatre is a lifeline at risk of disappearing
As cuts to arts funding continue to threaten youth theatre programs across regional Australia, we look at how these organisations serve as a resource and outlet for marginalised and isolated teens.
powerful portraits of lgbti survivors in countries where same-sex love is illegal
The photo and storytelling platform Where Love Is Illegal aims to humanise the fight for LGBTI rights around the world.