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.
From in-depth essays to on-the-ground reporting in communities stretched across the globe, here are the pieces we’re most proud of this year.
Last week, BodyCount, a campaign group of five south London teens, hacked the government's official site to fix its policy on sexual violence in schools – they explain why.
In the wake of a rule change meaning that more gay men can give blood, writer Benjamin Weil argues that the burden of AIDS discrimination has merely shifted elsewhere in the community.
In response to far-right bigotry, queer gun owners have been taking what they see as necessary steps to protect themselves.
In the wake of a popular British gay magazine sharing several tweets from a transphobic organisation, writer Jack King argues that these attempts to stoke division are a danger to us all.
In Saudi Arabia, there are few places for the country's youth to express themselves freely. But a handful of underground events are seeking to change that.
The American musician achieved cult status in his 70s – but that’s just one small chapter in a life unlike any other.
Local activists are fighting back as one-third of Poland declares itself an 'LGBT-free zone', and hatred towards queer people escalates under the ultra-conservative Law & Justice party.
In Pier Kids, filmmaker Elegance Bratton returns to Christopher Street Pier, an area steeped in LGBTQ+ history and the place where he spent 10 years of his life homeless.
As violence and turmoil continue to beset the Venezuelan capital, the drag community has positioned itself at the forefront of a DIY fightback.