Yummy takes on subversive drag differently | Photo: Yummy
Why this drag show isn’t going to pi*s on you and tell you it’s political

This show might be one of the most liberating things you’ve ever seen

Self-care comes in many forms, like reading
7 self-care tips that are small but powerful

What are your favorite self-care practices?

13 LGBTI celebs selling personalized videos to fans (and what they’re charging)

Clips from Perez Hilton cost $44, Lance Bass is $199 – but guess who’s charging $2,500 (and who’s charging $18)

Is bisexual culture being made on Twitter?
How bisexual culture is being made on and shaped by Twitter

Despite rampant biphobia (both casual and deliberate), Twitter is shaping how we think of #BiCulture

There is a queer opera at Glyndebourne and this is why it’s important

This ending of this version of Cinderella, the happily ever after, celebrates same-sex love

The Bloolips theatre company on stage
What is ‘radical drag’ and who were Bloolips?

With its roots in the 1970s Gay Liberation Front, radical drag theatre troupe Bloolips are remembered with an exhibition in London this week

This gay man’s Supreme Court case could change LGBTI job rights forever

This is one of three cases reviewed by SCOTUS that could enshrine LGBTI rights in federal law

Headshot of Lydia Brown, young East Asian person, with stylized blue and yellow dramatic background. They are looking in the distance and wearing a plaid shirt and black jacket. Photo by Adam Glanzman
Transgender, non-binary people ‘significantly’ more likely to be autistic

A new study found 14% of trans/non-binary people have autistic traits, but health organizations are cautious of the results

Hollywood LGBTI figures RuPaul and Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen and RuPaul: Why we need to hold them accountable – and honor them

EXCLUSIVE: Tre’vell Anderson talks with GSN about where Hollywood needs to go with LGBTI representation

Soccer play Sarah Walsh and her proposal to Toni Knowlson
This soccer player surprised her girlfriend with a romantic proposal at the Women’s World Cup

EXCLUSIVE: Sarah Walsh spills to GSN how she managed it and what’s next

This gay man is taking his fight for equality to the US Supreme Court

This will be one of the most significant cases facing the Supreme Court since marriage equality

Switzerland in crisis: LGBTI youth dying by suicide at alarming rates

50% of attempted suicides in gay men happen before the age of 20 and that jumps to 74% for lesbian women

HIV nurses warn 80’s-style epidemic could happen again

REVIEW: They warn people should not have less access to healthcare because of their identity

Saima Razzaq is the first Muslim woman to lead a Pride Parade in Britain
Birmingham school protests: Muslim women’s voices are being lost in the debate

‘We as Muslim women need to find a way to detach ourselves from this continuous male choke hold of a narrative,’ said Saima Razzaq

'Woke' by Titania McGrath aka Andrew Doyle
I read ‘Woke’ by Titania McGrath and could not possibly roll my eyes any harder

OPINION/REVIEW: If you want to read a book of tired satire by a disgruntled white guy, look no further!

No Outsiders program
No Outsiders: What’s in the program causing protests at British schools?

There’s a lot of misinformation being spread about the LGBTI-inclusive No Outsiders program, so we take a look at exactly what’s in it

A woman smoking medical marijuana
This is why you need to stop shaming my medical marijuana use

More and more LGBTI people are exploring legal weed, like cannabis bath bombs and other CBD products

Laganja on weed, wisdom and why she ‘wasn’t approved’ for All Stars

EXCLUSIVE: ‘I’m evolving’ – in a brave, honest interview, an enduring RPDR star talks losing friends, financial hardship, self-improvement and why ‘everyone has a role’

Heezy Yang as his drag alter ego, Hurricane Kimchi
Why I became a drag activist in South Korea

Ahead of his first London show, Heezy Yang on growing up gay in South Korea and using drag and art to change attitudes towards LGBTI people

Supreme Court to hear Aimee Stephens' case
Meet the trans woman headed to the US Supreme Court for being unfairly fired

This is one of three LGBTI employment discrimination cases being reviewed by SCOTUS – its most significant LGBTI rights ruling since marriage equality

A woman in Ethiopia. Posed by model | Photo: Pixabay
Tour cancels Ethiopia trip after hearing LGBTI tourists will be buried alive

Chicago-based LGBT tour company has a change of heart

(L-R) Chella Man, Keiynan Lonsdale, Nyle DiMarco could play Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid
11 gay, bi or trans actors who would slay as Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid

‘Deaf Prince Eric or nah?’ tweeted Nyle DiMarco, after Disney casts Halle Bailey as Ariel

Singaporeans attend Pink Dot 2019
Pink Dot spells it out for the government in Singapore

Comments made by the prime minister prompt organizers to take stronger stance

Pink Dot 2019
Pink Dot 2019: LGBTI Singaporeans demand gay sex legalization

Cloudy weather didn’t scare people away from the city-state’s biggest LGBTI rights event

The historic Stonewall Inn
Stonewall 50 Rally: the progress we’ve made and the work still left to do

‘We must never give up, we must never give in, we must march on’

Scenes from Brokeback Mountain and Sense8
LGBTI people reveal the first queer sex scenes they saw on film or TV

NSFW: Do you remember the first LGBTI sex scene you saw onscreen?

We have published 50 articles by 50 voices around the world | Photo: Supplied
Stonewall 50: Fifty LGBTI people on how Stonewall changed the world

Read 50 articles about Stonewall by diverse voices around the world.  All discuss the past, present and future of our struggle for love and liberation

Keep It's Louis Virtel and Ira Madison III
Keep It’s Ira and Louis on loving Pride even when it’s not for you anymore

EXCLUSIVE: They also dish on Taylor Swift, soap operas, and more to GSN

A detail from one of Myles Loftin's bursary-winning images for Getty
Getty Images celebrates new queer storytellers with lucrative photo awards

To mark Stonewall anniversary, photo agency Getty gave multi-thousand dollar bursaries to three photographers in honor of their LGBTI storytelling