India's Supreme Court has struck down a colonial-era law criminalizing consensual gay sex, overturning more than 150 years of anti-LGBT legislation.
BuzzFeed News spoke to some transgender young people and the mother of a transgender boy about how the prime minister's tweet made them feel.
Inside the movement of LGBTQ Christian activists, who are challenging America's most conservative religious ideologies.
On YouTube, the personal moment has transformed from bare-bones confessional to something unabashedly public.
Jack Phillips is suing the state of Colorado in a case involving another discrimination allegation — this one by a transgender woman.
They get a surprising amount of it right, but they are OWLs after all.
Particularly students of color and those who identify as LGBTQ, according to experts.
Fifty years in the life of Tom Gallagher, diplomat, advocate and pioneer.
A story of love, addiction, gay marriage and forgiveness.
There's no such thing as queer food — but once you start looking, it's everywhere.
How "gayborhoods" in 15 major American cities are divided by gender.
Over the past few years, Jesse Singal has become a leading public intellectual and one of the most prominent journalists covering trans issues, including but not limited to adolescent transition. As this has happened, I, like many other trans people who read his work, have become deeply uncomfortable with the narratives he has centered and elevated in his reporting. Last week, I asked the question, “What’s Jesse Singal’s Fucking Deal?”, regarding his recent cover story in The Atlantic, “When Chi...
The unsolved homicide unit is now examining 23 cases with fears that homophobic killers may still walk the streets.
"Not that everything is now peaches and cream. But over 20 years, so much has changed."
Several smaller US cities are hosting their first Pride parades this year. For locals, it's a chance to assert that they don't need to leave their community to be gay.
When the fab five heard that there was a town called "Yass" they couldn't not go.
In almost every classroom in America are maps that encourage students to consider the vast world that surrounds them. Why are people so afraid of what will happen if young people are inspired to think through their own identity?
Why do no gay people look like me? Jamal Jordan, a black digital editor at The Times, lamented growing up. So as an adult, he decided to give a gift to his younger self: the imagery of queer love.
When just about every company on the planet does a Pride collection, what makes for a meaningful one?
The original writer of the Village Voice story that inspired "Boys Don't Cry" looks back on her reporting — and the huge error she still regrets.
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