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Botswana Court Ruling Is A Ray Of Hope For LGBT People Across Africa

Botswana’s High Court has ruled that private consensual sex between adults of the same sex is no longer criminal. The decision gives hope to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in African countries that still have similar laws in place.

A revival of a forgotten lesbian play.

A play by Merril Mushroom recreates lesbian life before Stonewall and reminds us of how far we've come.

Tello: Our Stories, Our Network

The Visibility Fund gives a grant opportunity to filmmakers, writers and editors to show their creativity.

How Young Filmmakers Are Protecting Artistic Freedom In Kenya

Artistic freedom was always tenuous in Kenya, but it’s become even less so since Uhuru Kenyatta became president in 2013. The political pendulum has swung against political dissenters, intellectuals and a handful of media institutions that still believed in objective journalism.

How LGBTQ People Are Resisting Bolsonaro’s Brazil Through Art

The Ministry of Women, Family and Human Rights has chosen to remove the legal protection status of LGBTQ people. Some politicians are now pushing for a ban on talking about gender diversity and sexual orientation in schools.

The Radical Feminist Digital Magazine Of Our Dreams

Mala Forever is a community-based film and digital studio that centers bold, radical, feminist storytelling

World Pride And The State Of Human Rights Of LGBTIQ People Around The World

On Sunday, 30 June 2019, 50 years after the spontaneous riots in protest against police raids and shaming of LGBTIQ people at the Stonewall Inn gave rise to the contemporary LGBTIQ and Pride movement, New York will host the World Pride.

Women of Color Take Center Stage at Netroots Nation Ahead of 2020 Primary

Netroots Nation, the largest annual progressive conference in Jul 11-13, will feature a number of panels focused on the changing face of politics as people of color emerge as the new American majority.

As seen in Curve Magazine: Make Love Not War

Jess Salomon ( above left) and Eman Elhusseini (right) should be enemies, but this married Jewish-Palestinian couple make each other—and everyone else—laugh.

The Gay Agenda Comic - Born This Way

When people say they've always known you were gay.