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Photo: Slobodan Randjelovic

New Photo Book Focuses On LGBTQ Serbia

November 8, 2018 • The New Press is releasing another fascinating entry in their line of photo...

Photo: Fred W. McDarrah

A Kickstarter We Love: Supporting A Reprint of Fred McDarrah’s Iconic Stonewall Photos

October 25, 2018 • SO many GoFundMe’s and Kickstarter campaigns out there…everyone wants money to...

Art: Jordan Christianson at Salon Bar-

Capitol Hill Art Walk Teams Up With PrideFest For Monthly Event

June 14, 2018 • You have even more reason to check out this month’s Capitol Hill Art Walk...

Art by Kimisha Turner, for Don't Call It a Riot!

Honoring the Black Panther Party and Generations of Activism in Seattle

May 21, 2018 •     Amontaine Aurore’s powerful play (Don’t Call It a Riot!) just...

The Male Gaze

Art We Can Get Behind: “The Male Gaze” At Gallery 1/1

May 15, 2018 • Gallery 1/1, the “unique photographic gallery” in Ballard, is opening a new show...

Photographer and trans activist Florencia Güimaraes Garcia and Alejandro Pablo Rodriguez met almost two decades ago. In 2016 they finally tied the knot, six years after same-sex marriage was made legal in Argentina. Florencia was forced to leave her family when she came out, leaving her no choice but to pursue sex work. With Alejandro's support, Florencia stopped doing sex work and embarked on a new life. "All of us have suffered the effects of transphobia, of being expelled from our homes when we become girls." Photo: Kike Arnal

New Press’s “Revealing Selves” Highlights Transgender Lives In Argentina

March 12, 2018 • A fascinating new photo book from New Press focuses on yet another queer community in the...

The main hallway is bigger than my apartment. You could have ORGIES in this hall.

The “Call Me By Your Name” Villa Is For Sale

February 21, 2018 • Who is buying it for me? I neeeeeeeeeeeed it!!!!!!!! A lot of people went to...

From National Geographic's "A Wild Life" by filmmaker Bertie Gregory

National Geographic Live Speaker Series Returns to Benaroya Hall

September 4, 2017 •   We’re a sucker for National Geographic documentaries and features on the world around...

Chiga is the owner and manager of Gold Finger, an all-woman bar in the Shinjuku district of Tokyo. She wanted a place where lesbians could find friendship and love -- where they could be themselves. Here, Chiga plays with two robotic dolls, displayed in the streets, on her way to her bar.
Photo: Michel Delsol

“Edges of the Rainbow” Examines LGBTQ Japan With Glorious Photos

May 26, 2017 • We are inundated with press releases every day for a variety of...