queer culture

“What does it mean to take something from someone and not know it?”
“I don’t think there’s going to be a place for gay people of color to just go and meet and mingle."
The claimed "necessity" of these bills is religious liberty. By invoking this predictably hackneyed argument, Republicans have cloaked bigotry in the form of liberty -- much in the same way that religion was used as an argument for racial segregation.
The countries that participated in supporting LGBT rights in Korea were Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Norway
Twenty-five years ago today, the first Day Without Art began as the US art world's national day of action and mourning in response to the AIDS crisis.
Over the years, American queers have made massive contributions to the advancement of our society and culture. From "The
Alicia Svigals, an out alum of the Klezmatics, a Grammy-winning band that's both prominent and queer-focused, describes a
What he didn't expect was to uncover the city's underground voguing scene and have his project go in an entirely different
I wish that my generation took up Waters and his work more, because the subversive energy of his early films provides not only a lens but a landscape that helps us think innovatively about the possibilities of not only queer politics but queer practice.
African-Americans curate theirs, women do too. Now, more GLBTQ individuals are striving to collect their history using 21st century tools like iPhone apps. We speak with Quist creator about making history.
A friend of mine said that you don't have to be gay to be "queer," and I have to agree, but you can't be straight either. Our educated, empathic straight allies claiming "queer" is as deluded as me claiming to be black because I know when the Windrush landed.
I've reached a conclusion: I'm not gay. Oh, don't misunderstand me. I am definitely homosexual, 100-percent. Honey, I loves me some big, juicy mens. I just don't have the trappings to be a 21st-century gay. I am what I think of as "post-gay."
I can sympathize with inveterate counterculturists who feel that something has been lost amid gains in LGBT equality. Back when gay life existed in a parallel world divorced from our jobs and birth families, a certain freedom reigned, allowing us to let loose and create and experiment.