Native Americans News and Stories
For queer Native Americans, Thanksgiving can represent a whitewashed holiday of violent history, so we asked some queer Native Americans how they spend it
For no overly apparent reason, the interview from Playboy magazine is making the rounds on social media, and not for the best of reasons
On Twitter, this gay man offers up his own personal experiences in dealing with students of the private school
Is Jason Mraz bisexual? It would seem so, but in his coming out interview, he identifies with Two-Spirit people. So what is Two-Spirit? Here’s an answer
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is staging a groundbreaking 75th anniversary production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ‘Oklahoma!’
A district overseeing the small city of Mont Belvieu has banned a Native American boy from wearing long hair, but his mom may have grounds to challenge the policy
We must remember that LGBTQ people are also poor, black, Latinx, Native American, Muslim, women and citizens of oppressive countries around the world, making each and every one of us connected
Despite its modern celebration as an excuse to gorge ourselves into food comas, Thanksgiving is actually a pretty morbid reminder of American ruthlessness
This weekend’s Orlando shooting may have been the deadliest from a single shooter, but it’s not the deadliest shooting in U.S. history — not by a long shot.
Facebook just announced some changes to their controversial “Real Name” policy; these four groups have been affected by their flawed policy.