As lawmakers continue to threaten LGBTQ+ rights and freedoms, artists reflect on the meaning of Pride, its enduring resonance, and its pressing urgency.
Could This Be the First Recorded Gay Couple in History?
The Ancient Egyptian tomb of Khnumhotep and Niankhkhnum, one of the most intricate in the Saqqara necropolis, shows the pair holding hands and embracing.
The Sensual, Surreal, and Queer PaJaMa Collective
The collective staged erotically charged photographs of themselves and those in their artistic circles.
An Early 20th-Century Erotic Illustrator and Her Queer Vision of Beauty
Gerda Wegener’s works ranged from glamorous portraits of her partner to graphic illustrations of sex that celebrated women’s pleasure.
Venture Out to See Seven Queer Public Artworks Across NYC
Looking for safe ways to see art? We compiled a list of beloved public artworks that celebrate LGBTQ makers and lives.
David Wojnarowicz’s Little-known “Stoned” Drawings
Wojnarowicz created his “Stoned Sketchbook” as a teenager, but its loopy, delightful drawings foreshadow the mature artist’s irresistible irreverence.