"Through The Lens Of Desire" is a photographic exhibition created by out artist Kris Sanford which suggests queer stories through photos of the twentieth century.
Queer author, entrepreneur, artist, consultant and coach Emilie Wapnik has tried to find herself during a long time before to realize that plurality is a strength, not a weakness.
Queers will show off their fierce style at the first-ever Queer Fashion Week coming to Oakland, California, April 16 - 19.
Harvey Milk. Judith Butler. Leonard Bernstein. Hell, even Peaches. There are, literally, scores of Jewish LGBT people across the globe. Famous or no, these LGBT Jews represent a significant portion of both the Jewish and LGBT populations. But our numbers aren’t the only thing that make us amazing. Many, like the few listed above, are singers, conductors, politicians, philosophers, and actors. It always amazes me when I see just how many LGBT Jews there are, and what we can do.
And me? Well…I’ve been running around for the past hour and a half attempting to pack for the next two weeks.
Funny queer D'Lo has joined EDEN Pacific Northwest's line up of comedians that will have the women laughing out loud during the women's weekend in the coastal town of Seaside, Oregon.
"I-DENTIFY: The truth lies within," a butch lesbian fashion show is organized on Friday in Pittsburgh by The What Is Butch? Movement.
A lesbian couple decided to sue their neighbor for hate crime after their house was set fire to and that the word “queer” was written on their garage.
REELOUT ARTS PROJECT INC. is having their annual REELOUT Festival in Kingston, Canada until February 5, 2011.
The REELOUT Festival is a 10-day long celebration of independent queer-film and media screening over 60 films as well as meet-and-greets with the filmmakers, and fabulous parties!
Marking the 25th Anniversary of the GLBT Historical Society, the dream of opening a museum dedicated to the GLBT culture has come true. The first of its kind in the United States, the GLBT History Museum is now open at 4127 18th Street (between Castro and Collingwood). The museum includes 1,600 square feet of gallery and program space built to the specifications of the Historical Society, with custom fixtures, lighting and multimedia installations reflecting professional standards. The museum will features two debut exhibitions: In the main gallery, "Our Vast Queer Past: Celebrating GLBT History," curated by historians Gerard Koskovich, Don Romesburg and Amy Sueyoshi; and in the front gallery, "Great Collections of the GLBT Historical Society Archives."