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.

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."

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.

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.

Harlem Renaissance at 100: An Essential Queer Culture Guide

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

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

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.

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.”

California Governor Pardons Civil Rights Icon Bayard Rustin

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

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…