Black History Month

Black & Boujee Celebrates the Next Generation of Queer POC Performers

The new Hell's Kitchen party closes out Black History Month with a bang.
02/24/2022

9 Black LGBTQ Artists and Activists on What They're Claiming Space for

"Claiming space means holding onto our truth. It means holding onto our power."
02/19/2021

Harlem Renaissance at 100: Moms Mabley, Out and Outstanding Stand-Up

The trailblazing comedian was known as "Mr. Moms" off-stage, where she would dress in suits and enjoy the company of young women.
02/20/2020

Harlem Renaissance at 100: Angelina Weld Grimké, Lesbian Poet Laureate

A descendant of abolitionists, this poet and playwright expressed her secret sexual desires through her work.
02/19/2020

Harlem Renaissance at 100: An Essential Queer Culture Guide

These works of art broke new ground and reverberate loudly in black, queer culture today.
02/19/2020

Harlem Renaissance at 100: Richard Bruce Nugent, Gay Rebel With a Clause

Author of the first published short story about black gay desire, this enfant terrible was one of the few out artists of the movement.\r
02/18/2020

Harlem Renaissance Queerness at 100: Josephine Baker’s Rainbow Connections

The legendary entertainer had a rumored affair with Frida Kahlo, was married to a bisexual man, and pioneered the concept of the chosen family.
02/17/2020

GLAAD Digital Series "Neon" Hopes to Increase Black Queer Visibility

"'Neon' comes at a time when it’s absolutely critical to showcase diverse, fair, and accurate representations of black LGBTQ people within the media.”
02/06/2020

California Governor Pardons Civil Rights Icon Bayard Rustin

And he wants every other LGBTQ person targeted by the ban on gay sex pardoned also.
02/05/2020

Billy Porter Returns to Deliver the 2020 LGBTQ State of the Union

Before Trump addresses Congress and the nation, a few words from a true queer national treasure…
02/04/2020