Not everybody who faces abuse on social media platforms has a powerful voice, but Carlos Maza is a journalist with a large Twitter following who is well-known for his political and media analysis on Vox’s YouTube channel.
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Support, acceptance and visibility of these families has been ignored in the region for far too long.
No one is saying that homophobia in the Muslim community doesn’t exist, but when there are those who care about inclusive education, that affirm tolerance rather than hatred, it’s time we listen to them.
In this exclusive article, Elton John writes about his extraordinary life and why he finally decided to give the Rocketman biopic the green light
The Department of Health and Human Services proposed a change to the Health Care Rights Law, Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act, today in an attempt to roll back non-discrimination protections for transgender and nonbinary people, as well as all women and other communities historically marginalized in health care.
Two queer creatives in specific —G.B. Jones and Bruce LaBruce – helped lay the groundwork for the Queercore scene through their zine J.D.,
Kenya’s LGBTQ community is in mourning after one of its most acclaimed sons, influential and award-winning author Binyavanga Wainaina, died at the age of 48.
Real progress has been made in the fight for equality, but we’re not there yet.
The Polish civil rights activist who put up images of the Virgin Mary with a rainbow halo said she did so to protest against what she calls the "exclusion of LGBT people from society" by the country's Catholic Church.
Acceptance of self, homophobia, harassment ... Frédéric Gal talks about his fight on the occasion of the release of Coming Out.
The documentarian Hao Wu tells a very personal story in All in My Family
‘I wanted to show the challenges for gay people of Chinese descent, what kind of generational barriers they have to negotiate,’ he says