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Elevating LGBTQ+ voices. Fostering honest conversations about
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.

A Conversation

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?

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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.

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Gay, Disabled, and Sex-Positive: Ryan O’Connell and Brian Jordan Alvarez Talk Netflix’s Special

Chris Roney

The story behind the making of a very Special sex scene.

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He's No "Regular-Ass Person" — He's Instagram Sensation Rickey Thompson

Kyle Fitzpatrick

Rickey Thompson is feeling himself. Why? Because he's booked, he's busy, and he's not going anywhere.

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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.

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