A yearly "Day of Drag" and a Drag Mall? While many states are restricting drag, San Francisco Drag Laureate D'Arcy Drollinger is spreading the humor and "sparkle" of drag to make positive change in the world.

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Quick, what’s your sexuality? Most of us know roughly where we fall on the Kinsey scale that goes from zero (totally straight) to six (flaming faggot or butchest of dykes). But have you considered another...

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In poems and prose both heavy and uplifting, Pamela Sneed takes us to Ghana and the streets of New York, tackling the history of slavery, gentrification, health care disparities evidenced by the HIV and COVID pandemics, and much more.

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Just in time for potentially awkward holiday gatherings, we present a holiday fave: Author and civil rights lawyer Abby Dees tells our allies go ahead, ask LGBTQ relatives or friends your burning questions. If you’re queer, she...

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Dec. 1, 1998, soon after its namesake's savage murder, the Matthew Shepard Foundation was launched to erase hate-based violence. We’ve seen big advances since, and big setbacks. Hear thoughts and action items from LGBTQ+ leaders.

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