LGBTQ

News

ellen page gives a passionate speech about hate on the late show

She hopes to ‘connect the dots’ between the anti-LGBTQ policies and rhetoric of the Trump administration and the attack on Jussie Smollett.
Nicole DeMarco
2.4.19
Culture

what’s really happening in chechnya right now?

The LGBTQ community is under attack and urgent action is needed.
Jake Hall
1.29.19
Culture

fantasy is berlin's queer tattoo collective confronting toxic masculinity

The six person crew explains why art should be political and how being nice will change their industry.
Marieke Fischer
1.28.19
Culture

gay for play: how video games became a space to virtually explore queerness

As a newly-opened exhibition at Berlin’s Schwules Museum examines the queer history of video games, writer Jake Hall investigates the ways in which virtual worlds have provided an escape for young people the world over.
Jake Hall
1.25.19
Film

'splendor' is gregg araki's forgotten ode to polyamory

The film is deeply radical in its own quiet way – a salute to the fun and unpredictability of sexual fluidity, alternative lifestyles, and existing on the fringes.
Adam White
1.24.19
Culture

inside england’s only lgbt bookshop

As Gay's the Word turns 40, store manager Jim MacSweeney discusses its significance to the LGBTQ community.
Jake Hall
1.18.19
Fashion

10 years of C☆NDY

Luis Venegas discusses 10 years and 12 issues of ‘C☆NDY’: a celebration of the “transversal world” that’s taken in everything from Nan Goldin’s photography to a cover imagining the first transgender president.
Ryan White
1.17.19
Opinion

the 90s tv show that walked so ‘riverdale’ could run

Cancelled after just two seasons, 'Popular' creator Ryan Murphy said years later the network was only interested in its gay characters if they were made to suffer.
Yusuf Tamanna
1.17.19
Opinion

why are gay bars being compared to gentrification?

Eastenders’s newly-announced gay bar has prompted comparisons to gentrification, but why do we assume LGBTQ venues are exclusively middle-class?
Jake Hall
1.10.19
Opinion

why you need to watch netflix’s ‘sex education’

"Everybody's either thinking about shagging, about to shag, or actually shagging".
Sam Moore
1.9.19
Photography

how ka-man tse’s ‘narrow distances’ contemplates what it means to be seen

Announced as the recipient of the 2018 Aperture Portfolio Prize in December, we speak to Chinese-American artist and Parsons lecturer Ka-Man Tse about her award-winning project, ‘narrow distances’.
Ryan White
1.7.19
LGBT

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.
Wolfgang Tillmans
1.4.19
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