Muxes are a ‘third-gender’ largely recognized in the Juchitán region of Oaxaca, Mexico. But though they’re extraordinary, they don’t live charmed lives
Taking place April 6 in Mexico, it could be the year’s most queer music event, bringing together several LGBTQ artists for a single day
A Mexican boxer has called gay people “a plague” among other things, and a new Deadpool poster has Mormons threatening legal action
What is asylum, and how does it affect members of the world’s LGBTQ communities differently than other segments of society?
Today’s big headlines include the Pope remarking there’s “no room” for gay priests, and word of a broke Milo Yiannopoulos, millions in debt
Among today’s headlines, the USMCA trade deal will include LGBTQ protections, and Italy has rejected ‘humanitarian’ asylum for gays
Sunny weather all winter long and Mexican charm are only a few of the reasons why we suggest a Puerto Vallarta gay getaway over the holidays
A Chechnya investigation into human rights abuses is officially underway, and Taiwan will soon head to the polls for a referendum on LGBTQ issues
Among the day’s top headlines are queer caravan marriages happening among migrants at the Mexico border, and a drag episode of ‘The Simpsons’
Among today’s headlines are LGBTQ migrants claiming they’ve left the Central America caravan headed to the U.S. due to discrimination
In this week’s look at the news of the week, we bring you a new way to pee in Paris, people working to queer the vote and Milo’s latest rejection
A new law basically allows people to have sex in public as long as no one complains to police, but is this a good idea or a problem?