sexuality and gender. Honoring individuality while recognizing
the beauty in community. Join POPSUGAR as we commemorate
50 years since Stonewall and celebrate Pride Month 2019.
Queer and Now
You can learn a lot from a conversation. This year, as we honor the 50-year anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, we had an idea: what if we brought LGBTQ+ people from their 20s to their 70s, of different backgrounds and identities, together to talk?Read More
Angel Ayon, 24
Community Organizer for the Latino Equality Alliance
"I'm a fat, brown, nonbinary queer. I dress as a sad boy. My pronoun is elle in Spanish."
Belita Edwards, 70
Former Navy Auditor, Army Officer, and Substitute Teacher
"My preferred pronoun is she/her. I'm a lesbian."
Rizi Timane, 42
Transgender Coach and Therapist
"I'm originally from Nigeria and West Africa. I identify as a transgender man. My pronouns are he and him."
Sable Boruff, 66
Former Personal Assistant
"I'm a lesbian, and I prefer the pronoun she or miss."
Jazzmun Nichala Crayton, 50
Health and Policy Coordinator at SSG/Asian Pacific AIDS Intervention Team
"I am a black trans woman. I use fem pronouns. Call me goddess, queen, or anything higher."
Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick, 33
"My pronouns are he/him, and I identify as a gay, cis guy."
Nonbinary Stars Asia Kate Dillon and Lachlan Watson Are Here For the "Queer Revolution"
The Billions and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina actors team up for a conversation on Instagram DMs, misgendering, and the future of TV.Read More
5 Members of the LGBTQ+ Community Write Open Letters on How to Be an Ally
Being an ally to the LGBTQ+ community means different things to different people. In honor of Pride, we asked five people who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community to share an open letter of sorts on how the world at large can be an ally.Read More
He's No "Regular-Ass Person" — He's Instagram Sensation Rickey Thompson
Rickey Thompson is feeling himself. Why? Because he's booked, he's busy, and he's not going anywhere.Read More