- The Magazine
A week full of art, history, and social events honors the local LGBTQ Latinx community
“I love storytelling. I believe that you can create change and shift culture by telling stories, and humanizing issues,” says Louie Ortiz-Fonseca. “Storytelling projects allow...
Story District's 20-year work with coming out stories will be on display at two upcoming events
Raffi Freedman-Gurspan, who will be honored this weekend by the Trevor Project, made history as the first out transgender White House staffer.
Pop superstar Ricky Martin came out in 2010. Six years later, he's never been happier -- or hotter.
Latin culture explored through paintings by artist David Amoroso
The drag queens of Orlando's Pulse nightclub talk about their tour, how they're coping with the fallout from last month's massacre, and the overwhelming support...
In the Grayscale charts the unexpected relationship between a gay man and his bisexual friend
The Next Generation Awards 2015
LHP's David Perez talks about the importance of forging a historical heritage within a broader culture
Orange is the New Black's Selenis Leyva's devotion to LGBT rights begins with her own family
The Latino GLBT History Project (LHP), in conjunction with Empodérate of La Clínica del Pueblo, a member of the DC Latino Pride Advisory Committee, will...
Angie Zapata, 18, was brutally murdered in July of 2008 at her rural home in Greely, Colorado. According to a new crime show, “The excessive injuries...
A schism among organizers of D.C.'s Latino Pride celebration has resulted in two different sets of events in the days leading up to Capital Pride's...
Kameny Namesake Joins List of Heavenly Bodies While the late gay-rights pioneer Frank Kameny – a D.C. local who died Oct. 11, 2011, at the...