The deaths of people like Dominique Fells and Riah Milton bring enormous crowds to the streets.


In a world where Black transgender women are still getting killed at alarming rates, the 'Pose' actress will make history by challenging presidential candidates like Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on LGBTQ+ issues.

Baltimore’s LGBTQ community is remembering the life of a transgender teen killed in Baltimore at the beginning of the month. Bailey Reeves was one of seven people shot in Baltimore on Labor Day. She was only 17 years old. Police found her in the street suffering from several gunshot wounds on Parkwood Avenue. They said […]

The "Pose" actress and model debuted this homage to our lost sisters during New York Fashion Week.

You might have noticed Mario Lopez was trending on Twitter earlier today and wondered why. The Extra host appeared on “The Candace Owens Show” (we don’t know why) and made a comment about parents allowing their children to label themselves trans at a young age. In response to Owens comment about raising Hollywood children as […]

Many movies and books have defined Santa Claus as a White man who gives out gifts for Christmas, then returns home to Mrs. Santa Claus and his helper elves. Well, this folklore is about to be disrupted thanks to comedy writer Daniel Kibblesmith. Kibblesmith is producing a new children’s book with Harper Design that will star […]

It’s been a tragic week in Louisiana due to the deaths of three Black trans women over the course of three days. On Saturday night, Chyna Doll Dupree, was killed outside of a shopping center according to the Times Picayune. When news of her death hit friends and loved ones, they shared messages of love support and […]

The LGBTQ community welcomed Vice President-elect Mike Pence to his new digs in Washington in the most creative way ever.

What remains unseen is a legitimate plan of action from the Trump administration that addresses education, economy, national security, and law enforcement's tense relationship with minority communities. It's currently a plan full of fluffed up rhetoric and fear-mongering.

Thursday's decision follows two other major milestones for LGBTQ with regards to the military – in 2011, the "don't ask don't tell" policy was expelled, and in 2015, the Pentagon expanded the Defense Department's equal opportunity program.