For four decades, photographer Mariette Pathy Allen compassionately documented the transgender community, celebrating the profound humanity of those living outside the gender binary.
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.
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.
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.
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 High Court ruling restricting puberty blockers for under-16s, writer Nicola Dinan asks why anyone would celebrate a now even starker absence of healthcare for trans kids.
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 2019, trans Sadhus were allowed to participate in the country’s sacred Kumbh Mela festival for the first time.
A dearth of compassion for trans people makes it easier to pit them against cis women and children. But the true evil is right under our noses.
The pandemic has wrecked the livelihoods of sex workers everywhere. But in Cape Town – where police brutality is already rife – the struggles are even more acute.
The author’s view on trans people is dogmatism dressed up as rationalism – she is casting herself as a victim in a fight she has no place in.