"I fell asleep with my Grindr open. There should be an alert like Netflix... 'Are you still looking?'"
"I couldn’t ask for a better partner in life."
A robust list with an even better playlist.
"The trans community is courageous, proud, and resilient."
Photos of resistance, celebration, and Pride all around the globe.
"I think we have become more confident in demanding our seat at the table."
From the obligatory Drag Race to the underrated One Mississippi...
In the 1990s, Pride was as much a celebration as it was a call to action.
A collection of magazine covers near and dear to my heart.
From baking books to drunk cooking memoirs.
"We don’t have to have given birth to them, or have known them from birth, for them to be a part of us."
From coffee, to ice cream, to spiked Jell-O shots.
"I have to make it a nonevent because when I do deal with it, the reality is that, yes, my son was slaughtered."
In exchange student Tina, Anjali found a kind of love she had never imagined. Little did she know college wasn't the last time Tina was going to make her feel understood.
Pride month isn't about sparkles...but we still want our sparkles though.
"I’m more me than I’ve ever been."
Seriously. Follow. Immediately.
What does LGBT Pride look like in different countries around the world in 2017.
On June 28, 1969, NYPD raided a popular gay bar known as the Stonewall Inn. The ensuing riots were a watershed moment for the gay liberation movement and changed America forever.
"It really just made our wedding day that much sweeter to know that we were standing there because love won."
*Sings, "girls in tight dresses, who drag in mustaches" at the top of my lungs.*
"It's the least we can do."
“People should see that there are Muslims who are also part of the LGBT community.”
"God said 'Adam and Eve,' so I did both."
"They would tell us to go across the street, and we would follow the police orders; and there would be another cop across the street waiting to give us a ticket for jaywalking.”
Powerful images of love, celebration, rallies, and protests from the world's 2017 Pride Month gatherings.
Are you eccentric like Sharon Needles or fun like Bianca del Río?
"People of all ages, but especially young people like me, were having such an exuberant time."
From Los Angeles to Washington, DC, LGBT organizers and activists have been reimagining what Pride events should look like in a new era of political resistance — revealing some long-held divisions in the LGBT movement.