The activist group ACT UP was fined the equivalent of $854 by the Court of Appeals in France. Their crime? Hanging posters calling anti-queer group La Manif Pour Tous (The Strike For All) homophobes. If anything, you’d think a homophobic group would embrace that label. That and more in your monthly […]
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One year after his widely-panned whitewashed version of the Stonewall riots, director Roland Emmerich is still defending his film as accurate. He’s wrong.
When tragedy happens, the entire world is united in solidarity. Here’s a gallery of photographs from vigils from New York, Barcelona, Thailand and more.
The veterans of the Stonewall Uprising were largely trans women, people of color and sex workers. Here’s a quick guide to Stonewall’s 5 most famous rioters.
Levi’s has just unveiled their new Harvey Milk Foundation Pride collection — but is it just pandering to the gay community?
Hollywood rarely finances LGBT movies, but when they do they look like Stonewall: fictionalized biopics with white characters living in the distant past.
Roland Emmerich’s Stonewall was a whitewashing is bad but here’s five other problems folks have overlooked (as well as one thing it has going for it).
An evangelical gun control advocate, a feminist western, and the big-screen debut of R.L. Stine’s monsters make for a fall full of surprises at the movies.
Despite the popularity of films like Cinderella, Pitch Perfect 2 and Home, Hollywood is doing a bad job representing women, people of color, and LGBT folks.
The real Stonewall Riots were started by transwomen of color. So why does the trailer for Roland Emmerich’s ‘Stonewall’ look so white and cis-male?
Pride has developed into a marketing showcase for businesses, but some folks in the LGBTQ community are looking to preserve its counter-cultural roots.