Coming out the “closet” is different for everyone. You will be confronted with questions and confusion regarding religion, family acceptance, bullying, fitting in, stereotyping and equality. WQMD – aka We’re Queer My Dear – is a new online series launching in April 2019 and premiering on MambaOnline, that aims to help.
A generation that has long kept silent is breaking into song through livestreaming.
“For me, hearing these things growing up was very confusing, and it took me a long time to unlearn them.”
The Himalayan Kingdom has never punished homosexuality, he explains, but most in their religiously conservative society would rather not talk about it.
Gay-rights activists advanced radical aims by marrying them to a traditional institution.
Unlike the government-sponsored fest, ShanghaiPRIDE operates in a legal gray zone because of its celebration of LGBTQ content, which is frowned upon by Chinese censors.
As more corporations celebrate LGBTQ people each June, pride and profit are mixed — and so are the consequences
One is the son of a communist who smuggled messages in kebabs for party members. The other is an army widow whose husband was killed by al-Qaeda. Together they want to convince the world that targeting LGBT people is a crime against humanity.
In 2015, the country enacted a widely celebrated law enshrining rights for transgender people, making it one of Asia’s most progressive countries. But the bill to enforce that law has still not been passed, continuing the legal and medical confusion as well as discrimination faced by the community
Wherever you are in your journey with bisexuality is exactly where you’re supposed to be -- and Pride is a celebration of your identity, too.
Shelter offers respite from death threats, homophobia
Daniela Lourdes Falanga fights for those most marginalized.