just how queer was 2018?
From Miss Vanjie and #20gayteen, to the advancement of LGBTQ rights around the world and the fight against transphobia, we look back the LGBTQ highs and lows of 2018.
the fiercest looks at afropunk atlanta, straight up
At Afropunk Atlanta's 2018 edition, guests expressed self-love and solidarity in bedazzled blue tulle and alien nipple covers.
this film is a celebration of london’s diverse queer, drag culture
Visual artist Jess Kohl captures queer, POC performer Freida Slaves in all their glory, at this year’s sun-soaked Pride in London.
why is the bumbag so important to gay culture?
The question is not how the fanny pack came back. The question should be why the unique charm and utility of this glorious accessory (can we call it a Poppers Purse?) ever fell out of the homosexual purview.
how paris pride and james baldwin shaped my experience of coming out
Embracing the dualities that come from being a queer person of color.
roxy lee shoots the wonderful and wild people of anal house meltdown’s pride party
Make this anal house a home.
navigating pride for the first time, as a young queer woman
From LA to Toronto to London.
photographing the beautiful faces of wut? club's pride party
This is what went down at WUT? CLUB's big Pride special. 🌈
london pride organisers apologise for the presence of anti-trans groups
An anti-trans organisation pushed their way to the front of the march on Saturday.
the only pride mix you’ll need courtesy of anal house meltdown
London’s queer dance party people are here to get you in the mood for Pride.
this week in homophobic bias and hypocrisy
Instagram’s censorship of an image of gay couple kissing proves there’s still a long way to go.
how to celebrate pride without actually going to pride
These are some other options if disco balls and angel wings aren't your up your straße.
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