A new Netflix film does something that’s uncommon in horror: queer characters survive to the end.
Even in gay culture, a queer man presenting as femme is still not so accepted.
The ancestors would have been proud of the talent on display.
Vanessa Maki reflects on how far LGBTQ representation has come and reviews five films that hold their own.
This French horror film is a rollercoaster of queer tragedy.
Gay people say they can’t safely go to the police for help.
The pandemic is far from over, and queer people are doing it especially hard.
“When authorities establish that we are here, they always deport us.”
Wanting to see queer people as chaotic, justified villains or antagonists isn’t strange.
Fear Street Part Three: 1666 depicts the embodiment of queer rage and a refreshingly different ending.
Squandering the queer potential of a popular show is shameful.
In a conservative society, social media is helping to make life bearable for the queer community.
My parents disowned me for years over my sexuality.
A rainbow flag is more than paraphernalia. It says: ‘You’re safe, you belong.’
A special meeting was called to humiliate and fire me.
Cruel Summer’s inclusion of any queer representation at all sets it apart from television of the era it evokes.
After two episodes, RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars Season 6 has already seen chaos and drama.
Scenes of wild jubilation in America's queer capital marked the eventual legalisation of marriage equality.
An ally shares some words of encouragement to brighten your day.
There is more to fashion and makeup than the watered-down version acceptable to cishets that is promoted by brands.