The Log Cabin Republicans strive for legitimacy within a party that worked tirelessly against marriage equality. Can they replicate past successes battling “religious freedom” in red states?
Blockbuster director Roland Emmerich brings the landmark riots to the big screen.
It not a recent phenomenon that gay people have found themselves at the fore of artistic expression. From Michelangelo and Da Vinci onward, we’ve been on the cutting edge since long before we even had a name for ourselves.
The superstar lesbian artist’s new book of large-format photo portraits blends classical and ’70s inspirations.
These documentaries reveal precarious, uncertain, and inscrutable queer existence in Syria, Israel, and Saudi Arabia.
After a frustrating, decades-long stagnation in rates of HIV transmission, there’s a breakthrough in San Francisco. With information and strategy we can overpower HIV.
The Killing of Sister George is a rare and unflinching glimpse into real-life late-1960s lesbianism, and it deserves reputation rehabilitation.