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 19-year-old named William Gomez broke the Stonewall Inn window with a baseball bat after the bar rightfully kicked him out for being underage.
On the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, we take a look at the history of Stonewall and the three queer women of color we have to thank for Pride
Hornet Sat Down With Late Gay Rights Pioneer Dick Leitsch at Julius’, the Oldest Gay Bar in New York
Dick Leitsch, the last surviving member of the Mattachine Society, sat down with us and Ken Lustbader, co-director of the NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project
There’s so much happening at NYC Pride, and our guide sticks to the official happenings so you know exactly where to be and when
Sunday’s altercation has resulted in an apology after two trans tourists were denied entrance and caught the incident on video
There are over sixty gay bars in New York City — and we’ve been to all of them
Lady Bunny returns to The Stonewall Inn in New York City for six special holiday themed shows starting Dec. 22, 2017
Renée Zellweger will play American singer and gay icon Judy Garland in an upcoming about Garland’s final performances in London in the year of her death
This is just the latest LGBTQ-phobic move by the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump
The new Marsha P. Johnson documentary on Netflix is at the center of a controversy — did director David France steal the research from a trans filmmaker?
Police discovered the body of legendary trans activist Marsha P. Johnson floating in the Hudson River soon after New York City’s 1992 Pride parade