Queer Juneteenth Jubilee in Harlem
Three black led organizations bring Juneteenth Jubilee to Harlem, celebrating Black Lives through Joy- a celebration in the form of protest.
15K People Show Up For Black Trans Lives At Brooklyn Liberation March
15K people wearing all white, marched at Brooklyn Liberation for Black Trans Lives
NYC Anti-Cop Riots
As the political unrest over police brutality is sweeping over the nation, a New York protest by Barclays Center quickly escalates into a riot.
Susanne Bartsch Is Back On Top (Virtually)
A notorious NYC party producer has taken to the internet to keep the rhythm going despite the coronavirus pandemic.
The Cake Boys: Return Of The Drag Kings
Drag Queens have stolen the spotlight from Drag Kings in the past, but The Cake Boys are determined to turn the tide.
CT Hedden’s “QuarantQueen” Ball At The Met
Met Gala is postponed, but some queens decided to get together and throw their own social distancing inspired Ball at the steps of the museum.
Art During Quarantine
NYC-based artist Mike Sullivan uses his time during the lockdown to create and give back.
Jesse Alvior has lived in the Lower East Side of Manhattan for the past 17 years, but the neighborhood never looked quite like this before the COVID-19 outbreak.
Life: Take Care Of Your Trans Friends
On this day of International Transgender Visibility let's remember to support our trans friends and remember the ones gone too soon, like Amelia.
The New Normal, Or How Creatives Stay Creative
Coronavirus kills, but life streams.
Ru Lab: RPDR Season 12 Premiere Screening With Sherry Pie
Ru Lab holds RuPaul's Drag Race season 12 premiere screening at the Lyft HQ. With Sherry Pie as a surprise guest.
Ty Sunderland’s Pop Diva Party Is “Heaven On Earth”
Ty Sunderland’s monthly pop diva-themed party Heaven On Earth began in late 2017 at a Chinese restaurant called China Chalet.
How Taipei’s Drag And Ballroom Scenes Are Fusing Two Cultures Into One And Making It Work
Taipei’s rapidly blooming queer culture is a sight to be seen, while 2 unlikely to be united scenes are finding middle ground.
Living In A Dangerous Body, Or What Are We Doing To Protect Black Trans Women? (Part II)
Remy Black is an artist, a sex worker, and a black trans woman. Remy explores many sensitive subjects and the reality of “living in a dangerous body.” Part II
Wigwood IV: Contributing to Miami’s LGBTQ+ History
Wigwood is South Florida’s biggest queer performance festival, and what makes it so special is the person behind it.
Devil’s Playground With Crystal Waters and Milk
Ty Sunderland throws Valentine's Day edition of Devil's Playground party at the Webster Hall. Milk and Crystal Waters perform.
Wigwood IV: Day 1 Portraits
Portraits from Day 1 of Wigwood IV, with Queef Latina, Amanda Lepore, Lady Paraiso, Opal Am Rah, Sleeper and more.
Wigwood III: Disrupting Miami’s Gay Tourist Scene
Miami’s Wigwood Festival was created for the locals by a local drag queen Queef Latina, but it’s quickly becoming so much more than anyone expected.
Living In A Dangerous Body, Or What Are We Doing To Protect Black Trans Women? (Part I)
Remy Black is an artist, a sex worker, and a black trans woman. Remy explores many sensitive subjects and the reality of “living in a dangerous body.” Part I
Strut NYC: Bringing Upbeat Music To Downtown Kids Since 2014
Strut was started to encourage people to be themselves, celebrate life, and dance until their feet ache. Now the party has switched to a monthly format.
Caged Jock: Second Adult Performer Steps In To Help Australian Fires
In the wake of Australian fires, several adult entertainers have stepped to the forefront and used their social media influence to help.
She’s A Riot: An Outrageous Soirée In The Sky
Every month “an outrageous soirée in the sky” draws in an eclectic crowd to the top of The Standard Highline.
Opinion: What Is Your Responsibility When Representing Your Community?
The PoC Drag Art Collective Held Its First Fundraiser. What was meant to be a supportive and uplifting event took a sudden turn.
Opinion: Why I Stopped Taking PrEP
There is no doubt that some people benefit from the use of PrEP, while some people find themselves in a deep promiscuous state, like me.
Miami’s Legendary Counter Corner Party Celebrates 5 Years
Counter Corner, a monthly Miami drag party that has achieved legendary status in the queer nightlife scene, is celebrating its fifth year anniversary this Sunday.
Retro Factory’s On Uplifting Queer Marginalized Communities
Retro Factory throws its 4th party titled “Le Freak” at 3 Dollar Bill, giving a distinct nod to the heyday of Studio 54.
The Annual Trans March During Atlanta Pride, 2019
The Annual Trans March in Atlanta celebrates the visibility of the trans and non-binary community, while remembering the lives lost due to violence.
Why Afropunk Atlanta Might Be The Last Time I Am Traveling For The Festival
Atlanta hosts Afropunk festival for the 4th time this year, but it might be the last time I am traveling for the festival. Here is why.
Tammie Brown: 20 Years Of Uncompromising Authenticity
Tammie Brown has been in the hearts of RuPaul's Drag Race fans for a decade, but her career started 20 years ago.
Taipei’s First Pride After Same-Sex Marriage Legalization
Nearly 200,000 people attended Taipei Pride in 2019, making it the biggest one yet for the island.