- The Magazine
Multiple LGBTQ people were detained at Istanbul Pride after authorities banned the parade and fired rubber bullets to disperse crowds
Interior Minister's tweets continue pattern of Turkish officials attacking critics, including the LGBTQ community
A delicious winter soup featuring old fashioned egg noodles
An incredible way to use holiday leftovers
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan attacked LGBTQ people a day after the leader of the Turkish Red Crescent called them "abnormal"
Children were encouraged to draw rainbows to give hope to people sheltering at home amid COVID-19
Religious cleric accused homosexuality of causing HIV and said it "corrupts generations"
Authorities have banned Pride marches from taking place since 2015
Some Pride-themed merchandise is being produced in countries where homosexuality is criminalized or where anti-LGBTQ persecution is common, reports The New York Times. The demand...
The circumstances surrounding Ali Erol's arrest and the charges against him remain shrouded in mystery
Ali Erol, a prominent Turkish LGBTQ activist, was arrested and detained in his home in Ankara on Friday, Feb. 2, according to human rights observers....
The festival's producers claimed they were being deprived of their constitutional rights
The body of Turkish LGBT activist Hande Kader was found mutilated and burned earlier this month
Police broke up Istanbul Pride parade, detaining 19, because of security concerns
Thanksgiving needn't go up in flames if you use common sense and our 8 handy tips