Posts Filed Under: LGBTQ
Michael Coren reflects on his coming out as pro-gay in his latest book.
Mainstream narratives about sexual assault rarely focus on LGBTQ survivors, rendering many of their stories invisible.
Cy and Ruby's Act was tabled in October 2015, but it remains stalled.
There's still no timeline for the introduction of transgender protections in our government, despite Justin Trudeau's promises.
They're among the most vulnerable—but they're not receiving the adequate care they need.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wants to pardon a man deemed a sex offender for consensual gay sex. Many similar cases exist, buried deep in our city's history.
Reflecting on the contributions and struggles of Toronto's queer black community.
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The board will roll out gender-neutral bathrooms across all schools—and others could stand to follow its lead.
Michael Coren's faith has taken him many places. This summer, for the first time, it will take him to Pride. Here's why.
Top Canadian political leaders are making history in the most fabulous of ways.
Just weeks before their February deadline for resettlement, immigration officials don't know how many LGBTQ Syrians have come to Canada.
The advocacy group will help lead this year's Pride Parade.
The library will provide queer youth with literature by a diverse range of authors.
West coasters may be lagging behind Toronto’s queer education policies—but our city has more work to do.
After a 10 year effort to make it happen, Toronto will open Canada's first LGBTQ transitional house on February 1.
As Canada celebrates the arrival of refugees, we should also remember the difficulties for LGBTI Syrians.
A personal reflection on why the new sex-ed curriculum matters.