LGBTQ History Month

Eric Cervini's New Project Is a Toast to Queer Bars Throughout History

The acclaimed author on "Beers and Queer History," his historical guidebook for Miller Lite.

The Surprising History of Queer Words You Use Every Day

Terms like "twink," "drag," and "coming out" are fixtures of our LGBTQ lexicon. But where did they come from?

Stars of HBO Max's "Equal" Got a Set Visit—From Their Characters' Spirits

"I felt like Sylvia Rivera was around me, her energy."

A History of Julius' Bar Onscreen

Study up on six times Hollywood took over the historic West Village watering hole.

How Mart Crowley's Best Frenemy Inspired "The Boys in the Band"

"Howard was as he is in the play," the late playwright recalls in an exclusive new video.

Queer Trailblazers Fight Back in First Trailer for "Equal" Docuseries

Billy Porter will narrate the four-part docuseries.

Out Celebs Transform Into Queer Trailblazers for HBO Max's "Equal"

The new series premieres during LGBTQ History Month.

7 Riots, Rallies, and Protests That Propelled Queer Liberation

Before there were parades, there were protests.

Meet Jamison Green, the Trans Health Care Pioneer You Didn't Learn About in History Class

"Becoming a Visible Man," Green's game-changing book from 2004, will be updated and re-released in 2020.

How Prohibition Helped Launch America's First Great Drag Explosion

This Monday, October 28, marks the 100th anniversary of Prohibition.

Yas, Queens (and Kings)! History's Most Scandalous Queer Royals: Prince George

Queen Elizabeth II's bisexual uncle was hooked on cocain and heroin, did drag, and had an affair with Noël Coward. He died a war hero.