Queer parties, protests and trans women who started the Stonewall Riots are all hiding in the New York Public Library’s massive photo archive.
While Angele Anang’s reign has allowed her to share a message of love and inclusivity with Asia, this month she will reach an all-new audience, America.
We’ve rounded up 10 museums that should be on the radar of LGBTQ people everywhere to visit at some point
It’s illegal to have sex in public, but it’s also a fact that repressive laws often left LGBTQ people with few other options
In the 1970s, when libido ruled the Village, NYC piers were the site of some astounding hookups — and some fascinating art works, too
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
Even if you’ve never heard of Peter Hujar, you’ve probably seen some of his revealing, iconic images of queers living in 1970s New York City
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
Five decades on from Stonewall, LGBTQ people can live lives that would have been unimaginable 50 years prior
From the East Side Club to the West Side Club, here are four bathhouses to explore the next time you’re in the Big Apple