When Sara Davidmann discovered old documents that made it clear her uncle Ken was a transgender woman, she set out to explore and celebrate her life.
Photographer Richard Renaldi captures the magic of daybreak and hedonistic abandon on the streets of New York as clubs close for the night.
By documenting LGBTI discrimination, Robin Hammond found himself turning from photographer to activist. Now, through a worldwide campaign, he’s using storytelling to expose oppression.
Before you celebrate this government pardoning dead white gay men, remember the United Kingdom still deports LGBT people to countries where it's unsafe to be queer all the time.
Photographers Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh have spent years working with Delhi's LGBTQI community, documenting the daily lives of those fighting for equality.
Following the tragic death of musical legend George Michael over Christmas, queer people across the world were forced to say goodbye to an icon. Last night London celebrated the singer's life and unapologetic sexuality.
In this increasingly divided era, fighting for what you believe in has never seemed more necessary. Here are some of the best activism stories of 2016.
Backstage at one of Atlanta's queer bars, we meet some local drag queens to find out how they're coping with Donald Trump and Mike Pence the homophobe's election.
As a trans woman, Cleopatra Kambugu Kentaro was set to face more challenges in her life than many. But being born in Uganda, where homophobic laws see trans people targeted, her struggle at times looked insurmountable.
The decision to pardon gay men in Britain who'd once been found guilty of homophobic and now defunct sexual offences means nothing while this government continues to let the LGBT community down.
Having shot to attention for being an openly gay rapper with a dirty mind, Cakes da Killa is steering attention back to where it should be: his skills on the mic.
A spike in homophobic hate crime after Brexit might seem surprising, but James Butler argues this vote was always about clawing back society to a distant, oppressive past.