Though King James I was responsible for one of the most famous translations of the Bible, he also had a life-long relationship with a man, George Villiers
San Domingo was Mussolini’s gay island where he deported ‘immoral’ queer men during Italy’s fascist heyday before World War II, and few folks know about it
Doctors used to think that implanting a straight man’s testicle into a gay man’s scrotum would cure his homosexuality. And if you think that’s weird…
The Wild West was full of gay cowboys, Native American gender benders and even costumed orgies — come learn about its weird, wild history
We might think that New York City, with the Stonewall Uprising of 1969 and the Gay Liberation Day march in 1970, was on the forefront of queer organizing. But that would overlook the remarkable milestones that occurred in Chicago. Chicago’s gay history is indeed a robust one. It was 1924[…]
Smart is sexy — and we love these ten people who have brought the world many wonderful discoveries and inventions — all while being great LGBTQ role models!
You won’t believe the New York Daily News’ Stonewall article about the uprising. It’s equal parts condescending and revealing.
In 1980, the CIA released a three-page memorandum on how to identify homosexuals during investigations in order to blackmail them
It’s hard to talk about queer history in June without talking about Stonewall. You’ve surely heard the name, and you might’ve seen the controversial movie that was recently made (and reviled) about the event. But do you know the full story?
The 1965 cookbook was the first of its kind ever to be marketed, and it was surprisingly successful for the time