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The Night March is the annual reminder that Pride is political.
"We’re going there to cause some shit. The lefties are going to lose their shit."
Since going public about discrimination, the couple have been bombarded by transphobic abuse.
Small but mighty: community Pride events send a powerful message of acceptance and inclusivity.
“We're dealing with a lot of equal rights issues in Toronto, and there is still work that needs to be done, but we are in a better position than a lot of people around the world”
Human rights organizations like Rainbow Railroad are calling on the Canadian government to grant emergency visas to people trying to escape.
There is an institutional responsibility to address the culture of toxic masculinity in the wake of Kevin Pillar's anti-gay slur.
Canadian trans rights legislation passed another hurdle this week. Bill C-16 now heads to a third and final vote in the Senate.
Starting today, Torontoist introduces Hot Take Challenge, with a look at how The Sun's scribes covered yesterday's news about Pride and police.
Toronto's Patricia “Paddy” Aldridge has been providing cross-dressing men a safe place to transform for more than two decades.
Canada urged to take immediate action following reports of gay men being rounded up, tortured with electric shocks and beaten to death.
Activist Nigel Mathlin speaks about the struggle for equality in the island nation.
Author and storyteller Ivan Coyote talks about the book adaptation of their play
Tomboy Survival Guide.
Some councillors previously tried to punish Pride for not censoring Queers Against Israeli Apartheid.
Being gay in Jamaica means criminalization and violence.
Revisit stories of the people impacted by Toronto's 1981 bathhouse raids, which ignited Canada's queer rights movement.
For many local queer people, the arrests in Marie Curtis Park felt like 1981 all over again.
Two events at Myseum's Intersections festival, which runs to the end of March, are highlighting queer history in Toronto.