“Queer is what you make it.”
Pride: the annual coming-of-gay-age experience.
I’m here, I’m queer, and I have no idea what I’m doing.
So many ladies, so little time.
With the technology we have today, you’d think we would have our priorities in order. Inspired by this.
The star and writer of the original off-Broadway musical and subsequent film reveals Hedwig’s long road to the Great White Way, if he’ll ever don that wig again, and where things stand with the sequel.
Photographer Meg Allen celebrates “those who choose to exist and identify outside the gender binary” through a series of stunning portraits.
G is not the only letter in LGBTQ.
“You finally get to be honest about what’s going on inside of you. Because it can destroy you to just keep it all in.”
We loved it, we binge-watched it, but maybe it’s best if we just leave it where it is.
Girls to the front! Sini Anderson’s new documentary about Bikini Kill frontwoman Kathleen Hanna will set your feminist heart aflutter. (Sorry for saying you “need” to see it: See it if you want to, sister.)
Now that she is totally single and ready to mingle.
The website Queer Pakistan was launched in July as a platform for Pakistan’s LGBT community in “this Islamic Republic.”
This queer graffiti is beautiful, funny, and seriously badass.
It’s cool, we know you have questions.
Kim Ho, only 17-years-old, published a monologue about a boy falling in love with his best friend. The story was turned into a short film, which has resonated with audiences all over the globe.
There’s so much lesbian subtext in her videos it’s not even subtext anymore. Just beautiful, beautiful text.
I’m a queer performance artist; my parents are hooked on Fox News and Rush Limbaugh. But we love each other.
With her androgynous beauty and menswear-inspired dapper duds, Monáe is queering the way we look at music and fashion.
It started with one simple question that gave rise to a tumblr, a film, and now a book.
From Frank Ocean to Jay-Z, the genre made major leaps forward with the LGBT community in 2012.
Good. Pat Lynch, a high school football coach in Wyoming, resigned this week after outrage among parents over the following “Hurt Feelings Report.” Apparently in an effort to mock anti-bullying efforts, he distributed this to the football team at Buffalo High School. WARNING: Offensive language and unfunny jokes.
Amina Arraf, proprietor of the blog “A Gay Girl In Damascus,” is a 25-year-old activist whose heartbreaking tales of oppression at the hands of the Syrian government made her an international symbol of human rights. Amina Araf, as was revealed over the weekend, is also a figment of the overheated imagination of a 40-year-old American by the name of Tom MacMaster. MacMaster, a grad student at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, honed his creative fiction on dating websites. His stunt has triggered outrage from authentic activists the world over who say he jeopardized the lives of gay people within Syria.
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