From India to the United States, from France to Brazil, discover the best LGBT ads of 2017 and learn what made them so great!
Author: Christophe Martet
Business, gay philanthropist, AIDS activist, media mogul, Pierre Bergé has died at the age of 86.
World Pride Madrid saw several hundred thousand LGBTQ people and allies walk the streets of the Spanish capital
Less than 40 minutes were necessary for German deputies to vote in favor of marriage equality for gay and lesbian couples
Irina Gordienko of Novaïa Gazeta sits down to talk with us about her role in exposing the anti-gay purges in Chechnya and sabotage by Chechen officials
German politicians could soon take a vote within a few days that would legalize same-sex marriage for LGBTQ couples across the nation
In his new book on the Orlando massacre, French gay journalist Philippe Corbé recalls the deadliest homophobic attack in the United States
How does one speak about ‘BPM,’ the Cannes Film Festival’s Grand Prize winner, when you have lived the story it tells so vividly?
The Queer Palm Prize and Queer Palm Hornet Prize went to director Robin Campillo’s feature-length film and Yann Gonzalez’s short, dreamlike film ‘Les Iles’
A top court’a recent ruling paves the way for Taïwan to become the first country in Asia to legalize marriage for same-sex couples.
Since Monday, many advertisers have withdrawn their ads from a popular TV show after a homophobic sequence by host Cyril Hanouna
It’s a lightning round of questions with Travis Mathews, director of sexually explicit films and chair of the Queer Palm at the Cannes Film Festival