gay-rights

The Glory and Validation of Thanksgiving Eve Grindr

For queer folks, the joy of the night before Thanksgiving isn’t about getting blackout drunk, but seeing just how many queer people were in your town all along

How Homophobic, Unconstitutional Sodomy Laws Still Shape America

Many LGBTQ citizens still live with unconstitutional convictions under their states’ bygone sodomy laws. In Bayard Rustin’s name, the fight continues to finally wipe them off the books

Pride 2020 Was the Protest It Was Always Meant to Be

With a collective purpose and love that superseded profit margins, this summer’s queer protests felt spiritually (and erotically) powerful

‘Welcome to Chechnya’ Spotlights an LGBTQ Genocide — And the Brave Activists Trying to Stop It

Documentarian David France was embedded in the Russian republic for nearly two years chronicling the underground railroad of volunteers risking their lives to rescue Chechnya’s queer victims