Pride 2018

It's amazing to see what the iconic series predicted -- and what it completely missed, Matt Baume finds.
"Our laughter, our exclamations, our slogans still echo in these streets," organizers said.
“I’m sorry I’ve rejected and hurt your family in the name of family values,” one banner read.
LGBTQ people have seen something about themselves in the hit musical.
“In our community, there are a lot of us, but it’s an unspoken thing.”
“I hope that we can put hatred and greed to rest and become a benevolent and trusting and kind society.”
Martin is the second openly gay player in Major League Soccer history.
Desmond Is Amazing, the 10-year-old drag kid from New York City, is proof that the future is queer.
A fabled link to the Stonewall riots has helped the star’s legacy resonate.
“We’ve been around for a long time, and there aren’t any contradictions to being both queer and Asian.”
"I think it’s so important to understand that your brain is very complicated."
Not acknowledging that pansexuality is an orientation makes it harder for people to live their most authentic lives.
"There are plenty of brilliant artists who are up to that challenge," he said.
Gay food is moving beyond a rainbow-colored novelty served one month out of the year.
Athletes Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird appeared in ESPN’s iconic body issue.
When she put on a shirtdress, Stella Sacco felt "an overwhelming sense of energy" she'd never experienced before.
It’s brutal in Russia for people like me. Homosexuality — especially in football — is taboo.