Mohamad Abdouni discusses his new book documenting the untold stories of 11 trans women living in Beirut, which rewrites the queer history of a war-torn city.
Drag performer Linda Simpson remembers capturing her friends on wild, hedonistic nights out in New York’s East Village.
For the past half-century, photographer Donna Ferrato has been on the frontlines of women’s rights protests, documenting fierce political battles.
The Brooklyn-based author talks to Huck about her groundbreaking debut novel, a kaleidoscopic social comedy which fearlessly navigates taboos around gender, sex, and relationships.
When AIDS emerged in the ‘80s, it presented the perfect opportunity for tabloids to stir public fears. Holding the media accountable will mean acknowledging their bigotry – both past and present.
Despite strict laws in Nigeria forbidding homosexuality, queer adult performers are flocking to the adult platform and turning an impressive profit.
During the ’90s, Reynaldo Rivera documented life at La Plaza – a wild LGBTQ+ club in pre-gentrification Los Angeles.
A new photo and podcast series is shining the spotlight on the experiences and cultural contributions of Black gay, bi and trans masculine artists and activists.
Photographer Marc Vallée remembers shooting his friends at their dilapidated East London house during a golden age of British art institutions.
LGBTQ+ people are more likely to experience sexual violence, but the topic seldom receives mainstream coverage. It's time we discussed the issue with the nuance it deserves, argues writer Jake Hall.
An account documenting gay men breaking lockdown regulations for holidays has reopened old wounds regarding shame and privilege.
This year, we spotlight the inspiring individuals and activist groups who have been on the frontlines of the fight for a better future.