Features View all
Demi Lovato’s Pronoun Change and the Freedom to Explore Our Identities
By Kollyn Conrad
Identity is very fluid, and Lovato shows us that it’s okay to change and evolve.More
Current Issue View all
The Spanish Far Right: A Clear and Present Danger to LGBTQ Rights
By John Boyce
In an increasingly fractured European political landscape, a bigoted minority with the right leverage has the potential to endanger hard won progress on LGBTQ rights, and challenges the long held assumption that, to paraphrase MLK, the arc inevitably bends towards inclusion.
An Awkward Coffee Break
By John Brady McDonald
While it is true that it has been over twenty years since I’ve been in a relationship with a man, it’s always awkward to explain to others that my attraction to men isn’t something I ‘switched off,’ and that it is no different than a heterosexual relationship built on trust, love, and loyalty.More
Saleem Kidwai, India’s LGBT Activist
By Lucky Issar
Apart from being a history professor, Saleem was a queer activist, overtly subdued, but emphatically resilient. He eagerly offered his solidarity to a variety of causes, but he did not beat his chest or shout slogans.