G is not the only letter in LGBTQ.
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.”
“Treat me as a human being, consider me as you would consider yourself,” African refugee Albert Kafuka asks in a new video documenting the continued fight against the discrimination and harassment of LGBT asylum seekers in South Africa.
After her aunt passed away unexpectedly, Kelly Dipaola realized life was too short not be honest with her family. “Merry Christmas. Surprise. I’m gay.”
The group that made a name for itself by posing as a lesbian couple performed in Sochi, despite Russia’s “gay propaganda” law.
Robina Asti shares her extraordinary love story and her fight to receive survivor benefits after losing the love of her life.
“Your private parts are different now, aren’t they?” SMH.
In 2013, it did get better.
Four years, and one male-to-female transition later, this trans artist has produced a surreal and emotional performance.
The singer chats with BuzzFeed about her first film, phallic sets and costumes, as well as getting people to “have a good fucking time.”
There are trolls, and then there’s Todd Kincannon. Trigger Warning.
Rafe Posey reflects on his transgender paper trail and “The Ladies” who helped him along the way.
“Hey, you got a minute?”
Two years ago today, the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy was repealed allowing gay and lesbian members of the military to serve openly. These are the individuals we have to thank.
“This change will reflect the beliefs of her true identity that she has held privately and will now share publicly.” Jennifer Natalya Pritzker’s foundation gave $1.35 million earlier this year to study transgender military service.
“I don’t have anything on that, I’m afraid, but I’ll let you know if anything changes,” a department spokeswoman says. Action is “imperative,” one advocate says, while another says the Labor Department’s continued inaction is “lawless.”
Can we talk about my genitals sometime when I’m not eating? Or never?
Bradley Manning has been found not guilty of aiding the enemy. One woman gives personal insight on her time as a defense witness in the trial.
It’s cool, we know you have questions.
There’s still a lot of work to do, of course, but these people have done more than their share.
Media Matters has gathered a collection of clips from the network that seem to point to “absolutely.”
Strangers in a dress shop where a trans teen tried on dresses for prom were actually supportive.
“If you don’t see yourself anywhere else online, come here.”
Malaysian politicians have recently stepped up anti-LGBT rhetoric, and trans activists are fighting back online.
The inaugural Trans 100 List celebrates groundbreaking work being done by trans people across the country.
After transgender and immigrant rights activists criticized exclusion from this past week’s Supreme Court rally, the Human Rights Campaign apologizes. “We failed to live up to the high standard to which we hold ourselves accountable and we will strive to do better in the future,” HRC’s vice president says.
When transsexual activist Kate Bornstein was diagnosed with cancer, an online campaign to help her raised $100,000 in less than a week. Here’s why so many people want to keep Kate alive.
By inviting trans users to submit anonymously, Dear Cis People provides a candid look at the entitlement, sexism and transphobia that trans folks deal with on a regular basis.