I visited two Pride parades in Portugal and I’m here to tell you all about it!
I crashed my mom and my sister’s trip to Europe and it was great. I joined the legs from Paris to Lisbon to Seville to Madrid. Here are some things I saw, some food I found, and a bunch of selfies.
Latvian comic book writer and artist Laura Ķeniņš’ book “She Wants to Tell Me” is a gently told tale of exploration, love and sadness between two women who meet when they find a severed ear in a public park.
The law, which allows trans folks to legally change their gender without any medical or surgical requirements, is the first of its kind in Europe and could hopefully set new precedents in the region.
The UK Home Office has a questionable track record when it comes to LGB asylum seekers, and for bisexual asylum seekers, narratives of “proving” sexuality or being “gay enough” can be deadly.
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to help organize Pride events in one of Europe’s most homophobic countries, or if you love reading journal-style comics about queer women, make sure you check out “Propaganda.”
Thank G-d Conchita Wurst is the champion of Eurovision, because if The Common Linnets had won we’d have had to take away the pride flags.
You’d think that Eurovision couldn’t possibly get any gayer, and you’d be wrong.
As per UKIP prophecy, torrential rains await Holyrood as Scottish gays might be able to get hitched as soon as this autumn.
The UK Border Agency has detained Ugandan asylum seeker Jacqueline Nantumbwe, placing her at risk of abuse and deportation unless she can “prove” she’s gay.
With austerity here to stay and far-right parties on the rise, it is time now more than ever to recognise that queer liberation cannot be disentangled from economic justice.
From India to Uganda, the legacy of British colonial sodomy laws live on today in many countries around the world. What can or should the Commonwealth do about this, if anything at all?
2013 brought equal marriage to the shores of the UK, and the gays were saved! Well not really. Or not much at all?
Last week’s ruling by the European Court of Justice is being hailed as a “landmark” change for LGB asylum seekers – that is, if you’re willing to overlook how asylum seekers in the EU are regularly detained, demonised and deported.
Germany becomes the first country in Europe to give parents the option of male, female or neither in birth certificates, sparking what could be “comprehensive reform” in how gender is legally categorised and understood.
Flawed attempts to make the internet a safe space could be compromising actual safe spaces with an indiscriminate default-on porn filter.