In this op-ed, Serena Sonoma explains why LGBTQ people don't want empty gestures of allyship from police as long as violence against the community continues.
I was 23 years old when I met my first boyfriend, a cisgender, bisexual, curly-haired boy who moved to my city in North Carolina from Chicago — he was charming and handsome with looks akin to Timothée Chalamet and was a social extrovert by all definitions.
The world met Pose's Candy Ferocity on June 3, 2018.
It seems mainstream news media has just discovered that violence against black trans women exists.
Family and Community Want Answers After the Death of Trans Woman Layleen Cubilette-Polanco at Rikers Island
On Friday, June 7, 27-year old Layleen Cubilette-Polanco was found dead in her cell at Rikers Island prison complex.
If our youth don’t feel safe in our society, then what kind of society are we?
Last week, Snapchat rolled out a new feature that allows users to view a gender-swapped version of themselves.
Navigating my trans identity isn’t an easy task. Our community is constantly under attack by legislators who are hell-bent on stripping our rights, TERFs harassing us online, and transphobic people who are determined to harm us via violent and fatal means.
Even within the LGBTQIA community, non-binary issues are largely misunderstood, or ignored altogether.
As many pet owners will attest, when their cat prepares to pounce, it does a little butt wiggle first.
“Part of our soldier’s creed is, ‘never leave a fallen comrade.’ It’s all about being united together,”...
Because asexuality exists on a spectrum, the term can cause some people confusion—including among some asexual, or “ace,” people themselves if they’re unfamiliar with its many meanings.