In "The End of Eddy," Édouard Louis tells the story of his painful youth.
Purposely, my faith merged with my queer awakening.
I wondered what my sex life would look like now? I was worried that people would see me as even less of a sexual being than they already did.
It is incumbent on all of us to not let community progress be hijacked by a few, powerful voices who choose not to embrace the positive changes.
As a Disability Awareness Consultant and Founder of Deliciously Disabled Consulting, I spend the majority of my professional
This collection births something for everyone and--with quotations of sources as diverse as Kimberle Crenshaw, Patricia Hill
The show still feels like a reduction of queerness in a museum of art dedicated to just that. The show feels more like a local history museum of a generalized sexual experience than an historical survey of how queerness blossomed in art.
There's a certain kind of burden that comes with being born outside the safety bubble of heteronormativity that leaves you feeling constantly vulnerable.
For me, being different from the rest of the world is one of the most special things about being queer.
A group exhibition at the Seattle Museum of Art entitled "Disguise: Masks and Global African Art" aims to dismantle our concepts