Years after their deaths, the shadows of two leading gay political operatives are guiding both Donald Trump and Kamala Harris.
Paul Thompson, director of LGBT Capital, says the LGBT+ and Black Lives Matter movements should push investors to an ethical future.
“Stay safe. Stay strong. Adapt and survive.”
The right planning can make the difference between a great retirement and a nasty shock.
Singer song-writer Aish Divine gives his gay Indian answer to Cardi B’s WAP as he mocks stereotypes in his new music video.
Jenny Sheanon spent most of her life hiding her trans identity – now she helps others who want to be themselves and achieve their goals.
The ‘gaycels’ claim that the LGBT+ world’s unrealistic standards of beauty force them to be ‘involuntarily celibate’. But are they making it worse for themselves?
The strange story of how a home-grown gay movie ended up taking on Chris Nolan’s major new spy film, Tenet, in Lithuanian cinemas, thanks to coronavirus.
Now many other trans people will face the same because of a new employment discrimination bill that specifically excludes us.
Campaigner Melanie Nathan explains how Trump’s proposals will particularly hurt vulnerable LGBT+ asylum seekers.
Lendale Johnson is the only openly gay, black male professional tennis player in the International Tennis Federation Pro Circuit.
Bi activist Lewis Oakley explains how to make other bi friends and what can go wrong.
This year’s online Prides have made it easier than ever for LGBT+ teenagers to take part.
TV news reporter Aram Bolandpaz left Iran for Britain then came out as lesbian but is still fighting for the community.
The Gravity of Us author, Phil Stamper, shares his favorite recent YA LGBT+ fiction.
‘Just six weeks after we met, we decided to sell all our things and move to Costa Rica.’
‘I met another gay Asian guy who shared my love for fashion and makeup and felt so accepted.’
Caribbean queers can’t wait another 50 years for the future we all deserve.
We must all pull together and help the cause – by taking part.
LGBT+ immigration charity UKLGIG says government policy is putting asylum seekers in a desperate position and risking all of our health.
Dusty Limits says going on OnlyFans is helping queer comics and cabaret stars survive coronavirus and perform free of censorship.
Trans Media Watch co-founder Helen Belcher warns without access to public toilets, trans people can’t access day-to-day life.
LGBT+ small business owner Rowena Howie’s shop has brought old Hollywood glamor to her customers. Now they are helping Revival Retro survive coronavirus.
As bi campaigner Lewis Oakley becomes a dad, he looks at how to stay visible with a female partner and children.
Jamaica still criminalizes gay sex but legal same-sex marriage could come soon.
LGBT+ cleric Rev Irene Monroe says we cannot heal the world if we have not healed ourselves.
How one gay Lithuania filmmaker and his boyfriend are getting through coronavirus together.
‘The only product in the world that kills the virus.’
From marrying a nun to playing the dutiful housewife, D’yan Forest has done it all and is still going strong.
Perhaps 2020 won’t be so bad after all.