An estimated 3000 people gathered in Paris on the 21st of October, to protest against homophobic violence following a series of attacks in the capital.
Donna Gottschalk’s photographs document life as a radical lesbian in 1970s America, and are an entry point into a world of marginalized individuals that mainstream society simply “didn’t care about”.
These 8 awesome celeb Instagram posts filled us with the feels on National Coming Out Day 2018! Get your booster shot of pride!
We got to ask queer creative Kendall Tichner about adaptive reuse projects, what it means to be an artist today, and what it takes to build community!
Three-piece, post-grunge band Spare Parts for Broken Hearts will perform at The Community Nest Foundation’s will Gala in L.A. on the 8th December 2018.
During the #SevenDaysOfRafiki the movie was shown in cinemas in Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu. Movie-goers were asked to provide ID to prove they were over 18. The first screening in Nairobi sold out, and the Prestige Cinema even had to increase the number of screenings of Rafiki to meet the demand.
The year is 2010, shortly after the Anti-Homosexuality Bill, commonly known as the “Kill the Gays Bill”, was masterminded and submitted for voting by Member of Parliament David Bahati. Set against this backdrop, the documentary Call Me Kuchu shines a spotlight on the extraordinary individuals at the forefront of Uganda’s LGBTQ struggle, and the devastating sacrifices they’ve had to make.
When V for Vendetta was first released, it made an enormous impact on me. The thought that despite the Second World War and the fall of the Soviet Union, fascism could still make a comeback in one of the world’s leading nations shocked and scared me. The movie’s portrayal of futuristic fascism has stuck with me all these years, and every so often moves to the forefront of my mind. Like when I first came out as gay online, there was a little voice in my head saying, “But what if the political regime changes and you get rooted out…
As a young queer, the feeling of my partner’s hand slipping out of mine and shrinking away just as the door to a restaurant opened, or just as we rounded a corner and stepped onto a busy high street, was more familiar to me than the feeling of holding hands.
Here are 10 web series that put the L in LGBTQ and give center stage to characters and storylines that haven’t been given much room on prime time TV.