Posts Filed Under: queer
Reflecting on the contributions and struggles of Toronto's queer black community.
Just weeks before their February deadline for resettlement, immigration officials don't know how many LGBTQ Syrians have come to Canada.
The Naked Heart literary festival gives voice to the queer community in Toronto and beyond.
A look at how Pride exploded in size in the 1990s.
A 28-page LGBTQ-themed ABC book has fired up controversy among the school board and parents.
When Toronto police raided four bathhouses in the 1980s, the city's gay community fought back.
As Xtra winds down its print edition, a look at the pioneering gay journal that spawned it.
Taking on feminist issues for the younger crowd.
Why Toronto didn't officially proclaim Lesbian and Gay Pride Day until 1991.
Celebrations, protests, and community action in the 1970s that made Toronto's Pride possible.
Family launches social media campaign on anniversary of killing to draw further attention to case.
The Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives puts activism front and centre with exhibits "Pushing Buttons" and "The Pin Button Project."
Spending a night with the Toronto Drag Kings at the city’s one and only weekly drag king event.
ACT creates a new support group to help men wanting to pull back on their drug use during sexual activities.
Twenty-five years ago, the Ontario Human Rights code was extended to provide protection based on sexual orientation.
Larry Kramer wrote The Normal Heart in 1985, but the powerful play, chronicling the earliest days of AIDS in New York City, still strikes a chord today.
An ambitious season opener, artistic director of Buddies in Bad Times Theatre Brendan Healy barely misses a spot in this queer theatre classic.
The Toronto premiere of Daniel MacIvor's play about an aging Tennessee Williams makes us wonder why a show this good took so long to get here.