Over centuries, political activists have utilized the “dildo protest” to make our society a better, happier, slightly more ridiculous place
Today is the 174th birthday of Edward Carpenter, an early queer activist who laid a lot of the groundwork for the modern LGBTQ movement
Hornet asked 2,000 gay men worldwide how they feel about the gay boycott and its value as a tool in the fight for queer civil rights.
On the unofficial birthday of Larry Kramer’s pioneering activist organization, we take you through ACT UP history, including the famous CBS News disruption
Despite longstanding rumors of his own homosexuality, Ed Koch was instrumental in the shutdown of NYC’s gay bathhouses
Consider this an activist-writer’s clap-back to clickbait culture. If you aren’t actively working to dismantle oppression, you’re benefitting from it.
In the days leading up to yet another San Francisco Pride, we caught up with Juanita More to discuss what lay in store for the city
In this month’s look at news from around the world, we discover that while LGBT community growth in America is higher than ever, Ghana could criminalize us
The LGBTQ liberation organization announced it will close after eight years of existence, addressing claims of racism and transphobia
It’s been a challenging year for politically engaged queers, so let this activist gift guide provide your favorite firebrand with some rest and relaxation