Li Huanwu, the grandson of Singapore founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, came out as gay last month — could it lead to greater LGBTQ acceptance?
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The LGBTQ community, including the young identity-fluid and queer people previously not catered to by marketers, is “the $1 trillion blind spot”
LGBTQ people in Tunisia have made incredible strides in public opinion over the past few years, but they still face legal persecution
The power machismo holds over us is power we’ve given it, and when it no longer rules us we can embrace our #FemmeSelf and find liberation
Police tried to stop the 2018 Pride Parade in Istanbul, but to focus on that ignores all the positive news for LGBTQ+ people in Turkey
How can we end the HIV epidemic if there are still laws that make being LGBT a crime, making people afraid to come out and get the help they need?
‘Pose’ does something that very few others have done: It’s a show about HIV that portrays the virus as incidental to our experience
Hornet speaks with George Ayala of MPact about the name change, the future of the organization and the ongoing struggle for gay men’s health and rights
The New York Times just published a column about the decline of safe gay sex, but it’s only telling half of the story (and not the good half)
Though many African countries have criminalized homosexuality, Pan Africa ILGA is fighting for LGBTQ rights throughout the continent
These famous men exemplify the fearlessness behind our #MyFemmeSelf campaign, proving that being yourself can change the world
The #HistoryIsResistance campaign from the GLBT Historical Society and Archives in San Francisco reminds us being queer is a wonderful thing