Author: Matt Baume
115 years ago the first gay bathhouse was raided by police in the United States; learn all about gay bathhouse history and why they’re important
When one of the gigantic U.S. banks tells you it’s an LGBTQ ally, can you really trust them?
“Serial Mom” is possibly the most inappropriate Mother’s Day, but here are some facts you didn’t realize about John Waters’ bloody farce!
The Julius sip-in was one of the earliest queer protests in New York City, and it led to one of the very first court victories for the LGBTQ community
Nearly 50 years since the group’s debut performance, they’re largely responsible for enshrining drag into the legacy of queer culture
Five decades on from Stonewall, LGBTQ people can live lives that would have been unimaginable 50 years prior
Though the film ‘9 to 5’ was an immediate smash hit, the film was almost a drama and a dark comedy about murdering your jerk of a boss
After ONE Magazine debuted in 1953, the U.S. government harassed its writers and put it on trial for obscenity, just because it was gay.
Everyone already knows about the Stonewall Riots, but in August 1966, the Compton’s Cafeteria Riot in San Francisco was an early blow for LGBT rights
While now it’s mostly just an aesthetic, the radical faeries started out as a counter-cultural community — and changed the world for the better