Started as a live show in Seattle, the ‘Queens of Adventure’ podcast has grown into an ongoing show where queer heroes bring drag culture and RPGs together
Author: Matt Baume
Campy movies are like a language that queer people use to communicate our experiences, values and community
It’s illegal to have sex in public, but it’s also a fact that repressive laws often left LGBTQ people with few other options
Drag always attracts colorful individuals, so it’s fitting that we take a look back at these overlooked figures in drag history.
Though King James I was responsible for one of the most famous translations of the Bible, he also had a life-long relationship with a man, George Villiers
Smart is sexy — and we love these ten people who have brought the world many wonderful discoveries and inventions — all while being great LGBTQ role models!
It’s hard to talk about queer history in June without talking about Stonewall. You’ve surely heard the name, and you might’ve seen the controversial movie that was recently made (and reviled) about the event. But do you know the full story?
Five decades on from Stonewall, LGBTQ people can live lives that would have been unimaginable 50 years prior
The books of J.K. Rowling were only just beginning to grow in popularity when a film producer first picked up a copy
While many of us think of Stonewall as the first major fight for LGBTQ rights, there were predecessors, like the Cooper’s Do-Nuts Riot 10 years before
George Washington himself wrote the report, and approved a sentence of exile from the U.S. Army
Underneath your favorite spy is a secret queer history that includes tribute paid to the real-life queer man who inspired him