From drag performer Sasha Colby to multidisciplinary artist Alok Vaid-Menon, meet some of the game-changing transgender and gender non-conforming APIs in the industry this Pride Month.
See an eccentric artist get his own FX show, why successful Asian women are in an exclusive webcomic and how a fashion designer is using his latest collection to bring attention to Chinatown.
World-famous drag queen Manila Luzon is bringing Pride to the Jack Daniel Distillery in the new “Drag Queen Summer Glamp” mini-series, inspiring LGBT Asians to speak their truths and more!
Hours into Donald Trump’s presidency, the White House’s LGBT and climate change pages are gone. What was formerly a page on whitehouse.gov/lgbt titled “President Obama and the LGBT Community” […]
If you binge-watched “The OA” on Netflix like the rest of us this weekend, it was hard to miss Buck, the transgender teenager played by Asian American actor Ian […]
TAIPEI, Taiwana — Su Shan and her partner are raising 5-month-old twins together, but only one of the women is their legal parent. That could soon change as Taiwan […]
Four years ago, filmmaker Andrew Ahn came out to his parents through the best method he knew – a short LGBT movie, “Dol,” which means “First Birthday” in Korean. “Dol” […]
The short animated film “Arrival” explores a young boy’s relationship with his faraway mother and how he reveals who he is and whom he loves – namely his boyfriend, with whom […]
Before British Indian filmmaker Reshel Shah got married, she didn’t give much thought toward the hijras – a term for transgender women in India – beyond the stereotypes: as untouchables and […]
by JAMES S. KIM | @james_s_kim email@example.com Samsung and Google have banned a number of gay social networking apps in South Korea and in other countries in recent years, […]
Making Her Connection Top Chef alum Kristen Kish is about to embark on a new adventure co-hosting an upcoming Travel Channel show inspired by New York Times‘ “36 Hours” […]
by KARIN CHAN firstname.lastname@example.org A drum line of anti-gay activists loudly played traditional Korean drums near Seoul Plaza on Sunday in an attempt to drown out the 16th Korea Queer […]
Pictured above: The White House is lit up in rainbow colors in commemoration of the Supreme Court’s ruling to legalize same-sex marriage on Friday, June 26, 2015, in Washington. […]
by REERA YOO | @reeraboo email@example.com A Seoul court on Tuesday overturned a police ban that prohibited the Korea Queer Cultural Festival (KQCF) from staging its annual LGBTQ […]
by REERA YOO | @reeraboo firstname.lastname@example.org The 16th Korea Queer Cultural Festival (KQCF) held its opening ceremony at Seoul City Hall Square as planned, despite fierce protests from non-affirming Christian […]