There are more than 70 countries where ‘gay’ is illegal, and this definitive guide covers each region’s history and harshest penalties
A St. Petersburg stabbing incident involving a man named Michael Drake and his male sex partner raises the serious issue of gay intimate partner abuse.
Conservatives have decided to protest Nike’s ads featuring Colin Kaepernick in a #BoycottNike campaign that involves them destroying their Nike products.
Kyrgyzstan police are setting up fake profiles on gay apps in order to set up queer men and blackmail them, threatening to out them unless they pay
Carl Pacheco, a Kathy Griffin Trump supporter, stood outside of her recent show in Houston before allegedly threatening an audience member with his knife
Abdel Wahab Taib’s ex-wife says he was terrified the local Muslim community would find out he was gay.
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?
Gay San Francisco Cop Claims Discrimination, Says Department Intentionally Ignored Request for Backup
A superior allegedly told Brendan Mannix “don’t be such a queen” when they found a dead body in the water.
Florida police conducted a Hollywood sex sting at the Pleasure Emporium. Media later published their pics and names of 13 arrested men. Is this necessary?
While many of us think of Stonewall as the first major fight for LGBTQ rights, there were predecessors, like the Cooper’s Do-Nuts Riot 10 years before
A man named Austin Clay destroyed the Donald Trump star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but was bailed out by James Otis, the guy who destroyed it in 2016
It seems like every day we hear another story of white people calling the police on black folks who are just out in public doing normal, everyday things