The Berlin club’s notoriously tough door policy, along with its no-photography rule, make the Berghain permanent art gallery the world’s most exclusive
Some cities just seem to beckon LGBTs, and we’ve gathered 30 of the world’s cities that are prime for exploration in 2017
Deported gay Afghan refugees are being told to “act straight” before being deported to their home country, where homosexuality is still illegal
Gay Syrian refugee Subhi Nahas pens an honest and open letter to Donald Trump about his executive order banning refugees from Syria
The winners of Berlinale 2017’s 31st annual Teddy Awards have been announced, and the Chilean film ‘Una Mujer Fantastica’ has won the Best Picture Award
Tired of body shaming within the gay community, photographer Adrian Lourie started a magazine celebrating the bodies of ‘ordinary’ men
In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, a Twitter account is listing the passengers of the St. Louis, a ship of refugees the U.S. turned away in 1939.
From pride festivals to circuit parties to drag conventions, here are 12 fabulous excuses to book that trip you so desperately need
Two projects—one from a mostly gay organization, the other from a lesbian organization—are competing, so the first LGBT kindergarten could soon be a reality
A Danish tourist visiting Berlin discovered that one of the monument video’s actors is a famous nationalist also known for homophobic remarks
It is the first center to open in Italy. Germany has already opened two centers last year to help LGBT refugees against homophobic violence.
Last year, we told you about John Calvin, the gay man who is the grandson of one of Hamas’ founders. Then, Canada wanted to deport him to certain doom — but now he’s safe in the US.