Taking ownership and celebrating all of the things that society tries to deter us with…
Rachel Golby wasn’t able to see her partner for three months but chose to serve as a key worker.
From police faking evidence on Grindr to anal probe torture, rape, beating and starvation – victims share their stories.
LGBT+ inclusive rugby is gaining new players while traditional clubs are struggling.
From marrying a nun to playing the dutiful housewife, D’yan Forest has done it all and is still going strong.
You couldn’t make up what happened to this couple and their usually very normal family.
Bisexuals exist, straight-bi couples are happy and closeted gay men can have a happy ending.
A member of Jennifer’s church outed her to her parents aged just 18 – and they responded by kicking her out and changing the locks.
Cancer is a top health concern for LGBT+ people but rarely discussed. GSN co-founder Scott Nunn hopes his cancer story will help others.
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
The New York Times has opened its photo archives for an exclusive book on half a century of LGBTI fights
This is where misogyny meets homophobia
Inside the world of ‘gaycels’, where not having sex is part of your identity
LGBTI inmates often have no one to talk to — that’s how these pen pal programs tackle their loneliness
This 21-year-old college student left everything behind when his country, Egypt, started a homophobic crackdown
Queer Prom gives a second chance to those who couldn’t be themselves at their school’s dances
Gay and bi people have always connected across generations
OPINION: Bisexuals can feel like they don’t belong in the community and these remarks only make it worse
EXCLUSIVE: GSN spoke with the married couple about how they met and how they inspire one another’s art
EXCLUSIVE: Divinity and Yani’s love story is a lesbian fairy tale
These are the real stories of gay men who have been tortured, humiliated, beaten and electrocuted
Is appearing to be straight really a ‘privilege’?
President Ramzan Kadyrov said he wants to eliminate all gay men in Chechnya
Gay activist Denis Nzioka finds way around Kenyan anti-LGBTI discrimination in new anthology book
‘My honesty, instead of making them reject me, made them embrace me more’
Here’s what she said
‘I spend countless hours pouring over my works. So when the subject matter is quite heavy, it has a way of settling into my bones’
1930s pioneer filmmaker Dorothy Arzner was openly gay and launched the career of stars such as Katharine Hepburn and Lucille Ball
15-year-old Maia from Belgium had an amazing experience coming out as bisexual to her mother
‘There is no economic class, race, sexuality, or gender that is safe from their own mind’