Posts Filed Under: LGBTQ
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.
Women who have been organizing tomorrow's International Women's Day march since day one, others are brand new to activism.
Toronto Police are knowingly enforcing laws that are racist, classist, and directly target marginalized communities.
A new campaign for ranked ballots in Toronto brings the debate to your doorstep and neighbourhood town hall, beginning March 6 at Metro Hall.
El-Farouk Khaki has created an inclusive space for queer Muslims in Toronto to feel safe and welcome. In fact, everyone is welcome.
Live interview with an international human rights activist from Uganda.
Sounds like a dig at Black Lives Matter Toronto
The new, accessible Church Street location of the bookshop is a place for everyone in the queer community to find belonging.
The tabloid's opinions haven't always stood the test of time.
The mayor sees a role for police participation in Pride and calls for conciliation.
The U of T professor has made claims about going to prison for his beliefs and criminalizing free speech. Here's what the legislation says.
The most 19-year-old politician ever.
We need to make this city accessible for everyone.
This map of meaning leads to hidden treasure!
Naked Heart is happening this weekend at several venues in the Village.
Even though I knew that I was Deaf and used sign language, parts of my identity were still fragmented.