The Stroll is not just a chronicle of trans life and activism in the 1980s and ’90s, but also of urban “renewal” in the 21st century.
Through jubilant performances and speeches, the city’s first-ever Blasian March connected the large but disparate communities.
Born to Be looks at the doctors and patients at Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery.
For 10 years, the Crossing church in Columbia, Missouri, has helped sponsor the country’s premier documentary film festival. Now, however, that relationship has ended.
A comic artist tells a story of trans lives in one of China’s most important cities.
They’re on top of the world: partying, popular, queer kids with everything going for them. This is not 1960s San Francisco or 1980s New York or today’s internet communities: it’s 1933 in Weimar Berlin.
This past Sunday was both an auspicious and sobering time to visit the Brooklyn Museum’s exhibition Zanele Muholi: Isibonelo/Evidence.