Of course, I tried to talk some sense into them. But with each one, I was left frustrated and came to the conclusion that they are in denial. Even if they are white and economically privileged and straight, history can change on a dime and their lives will be changed also.
The 1990s were an odd little crossroads for gay entertainment. The dominant mainstream narrative — when it paid any attention
In this week’s Scheer Intelligence Robert speaks with author and academic Larry Gross about how“invisible” closeted gay men
"To speak so freely and openly about his own HIV status was important for our community to really educate us and bring awareness to the issues."
I am no longer old, tired and dull. I feel joy, desire, hope, determination. With her, I am learning to be strong and vulnerable at the same time. She has shown me that I can lean on her and feel protected, and also know that I can protect myself.
"Unfortunately there seems no one left alive to say 'it wasn't that way at all', or 'who are or where the f*ck were you.'"
The filmmaker promises that key historical figures, like Marsha P. Johnson, Sylvia Rivera and Ray Castro, will be in the film.
With the Supreme Court's historic decision today legalizing same-sex marriage nationally and the 46th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots this weekend, it seems a perfect time to look back at the history of the LGBTQ rights movements.
Was Bugs Bunny the first drag queen to make an apperance on television? Queer YouTube vlogger Arielle Scarcella raises this
For my graduate research I interviewed "Bernie" and other lesbians about their lives in the 1940s, '50s, and '60s. Their stories have haunted me since. These stories, and the experiences of gay men, bisexuals, and transgender people told to me by friends and friends of friends, are woven throughout my first novel, Blackmail, My Love.