In the 1930s, the Depression spread economic anxiety. Fascist parties offered Europeans a choice of stability at the price of democracy. They said that expanding liberties gave “undesirable” people the liberty to undermine security and threaten traditional “moral” culture. LGBT people were an obvious target.
Wild Rainbow African Safaris began in 2004 as the direct result of Jody Cole’s unbridled passion for Africa. Owned and operated by Jody, the business runs under one simple philosophy: ensure every traveler has the time of their life.
A play by Merril Mushroom recreates lesbian life before Stonewall and reminds us of how far we've come.
Neither the Bible nor the Qur’an (Koran) has a lot to say about homosexuality, and what they do say relates only indirectly to contemporary discussions about gay rights and same-sex marriage.
Desert Hearts, a 1986 film with striking parallels to last year’s hit Carol, first shown 30 years ago at London’s first gay and lesbian film festival and it returned this year to BFI Flare.
School policies tend to focus on LGBTQI+ students, and to be concerned mainly with preventing and responding to bullying. Our research suggests that while LGBTQI+ parents and their children value such protection, they want more from schools.
Justina Adorno opens up about her groundbreaking role on ABC's Grand Hotel.
Earios Podcast Network, in partnership with Acast, presents The Margaret Cho launching on July 16.
The Visibility Fund gives a grant opportunity to filmmakers, writers and editors to show their creativity.
The Honolulu Gay & Lesbian Cultural Foundation was founded in 1997 as a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to educate and raise awareness of the community-at-large about gay & lesbian culture, arts, and lifestyle.