The celebration of Pride Month and the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots is of personal significance to Los Angeles-based photographer Jan Dee Gordon who is gearing up for the festivities with the release of her brand new photography book, "LGBTQ of STEEL" - a compilation of striking portraits and personal profiles that captures the energy, optimism, and resiliency of fifty LGBTQ heroes.
From August 29, 2018 to March 17, 2019, the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York will open an exhibition dedicated to lesbian photographer Donna Gottschalk.
A new artistic video features actress Ellen Page alongside her girlfriend, contemporary Canadian dancer Emma Portner.
Co-created and directed by Rachel Sullivan and Maggie Keenan-Boldger, the play "ReconFIGUREd" had already been a great success in January since it was sold out. It returns to the stage with a revised and updated version from August 9 to August 12 in New York.
This is now official, Ellen Page has broken up with Samantha and dates a dancer named Emma Portner. Together, they have just made an artistic video covering Britney Spears' song "Lucky".
A great show on queer activism in the 90s was launched Friday in Los Angeles and will be open until June 16th.
On Thursday, it was announced that the President hopes to eliminate funding for the National Endowment for the Arts.
This is unacceptable. By eliminating this funding, the administration is waging an assault on free expression, on the impact the arts have on the economy, and the role arts play in education, healing, and innovation.
There will be a great exhibition in New York since "On The Inside" is a group exhibition of 450 works of LGBTQ artists who are currently incarcerated.
"Through The Lens Of Desire" is a photographic exhibition created by out artist Kris Sanford which suggests queer stories through photos of the twentieth century.
The lesbian artist and poet of many cultural backgrounds, between the Caribbean and Asia, Staceyann Chin, will be on a new play called "MotherStruck!" whose representations will be held through July 17 in Chicago.
Sometimes a picture can send a much stronger message, can start discussions and change attitudes more than words. This is what happened with pictures of Jody Taylor, Meg Bitton and Corey Maison put online to fight against laws opposing access to the restrooms by gender and not by sex assigned at birth.