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Many people thought Leopold and Loeb’s homosexuality was motive enough for killing Bobby Franks
Canadian author shares candid story of pain, effeminacy, transgression and growth
Proposal to rename permanent plaza for late community hero moves forward
Canadian director will have films showcased in New York
Your Daily Package of newsy and naughty bits from around the world
LGBT people among most victimized groups in 2014
Mauricio Olivares says unity will be key to this year’s success
Author writes about three decades of wild living with HIV
East End Burglar strikes again
With its solid base of museums, galleries and citywide art projects, the art scene is thriving
Nearly two-thirds public school districts in BC now address homophobia
DJs bring the beats to Ottawa’s Barrymore’s
If approved, redevelopment of entire park space would be possible
Choice events in the city this week
Montreal pop star discusses 22h22, her twins and Rihanna
Exploring Florida’s most liberal gay destination
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Many people thought Leopold and Loeb’s homosexuality was motive enough for killing Bobby...
Canadian author shares candid story of pain, effeminacy, transgression and growth
Proposal to rename permanent plaza for late community hero moves forward
Canadian director will have films showcased in New York
Your Daily Package of newsy and naughty bits from around the world
LGBT people among most victimized groups in 2014
Mauricio Olivares says unity will be key to this year’s success
Author writes about three decades of wild living with HIV
East End Burglar strikes again
With its solid base of museums, galleries and citywide art projects, the art scene is...
My trip with the bears
‘I keep a bag packed,’ says human rights activist in Cairo
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Nearly two-thirds public school districts in BC now address homophobia
Your Daily Package of newsy and naughty bits from around the world
DJs bring the beats to Ottawa’s Barrymore’s
The South’s gayest city is rich with history and folklore
Who will benefit from West End hospital’s move to False Creek Flats?
If approved, redevelopment of entire park space would be possible
Choice events in the city this week
Gay man starts ‘I’d Bottom for Hillary’ campaign
Choice events in the city this week
Part 2 of our interview with the reluctant gay icon
Who will become porn’s power couple?
Montreal pop star discusses 22h22, her twins and Rihanna
Canadian International Documentary Festival opens in Toronto April 23
Sassafras Lowrey's new take on Peter Pan is the queerest yet
Former refugee claimant needs $6,000 to complete home in St Vincent
Southern Italian cuisine warms up City Place
Nestled beside a shimmering lake, it’s a Swiss Riviera
ED Dara Parker ready to move forward despite slow site search
Miss Congeniality writer takes her one-woman show to NYC with Soulo
Sixteenth annual Lawyer Play fundraiser is a rom-com production
Hospital closure threatens economic stability of West End
Sheridan College presents a truly unique, sprawling theatre experience
Your Daily Package of newsy and naughty bits from around the world
CDC releases report on shigella outbreak in the United States
In the first of a two-part interview, Dame Edna dishes on opening night
Juliette Binoche discusses onscreen relationship with Kristen Stewart
In the final instalment, community members share their roles in the new Capital Pride
Gay writer focuses on Ireland in A History of Loneliness
Our decision to close the comments inspired an outpouring of reader response
Vancouver’s unique band of queer musicians pays loving tribute to soul-Motown roots
The main attraction at The White Big Top won’t disappoint
New online screening for HIV, syphilis and other sexually transmitted illnesses
Choice events in the city this week
Vancouver’s Leaping Thespians team up with Ottawa playwright Mary Harvey
She’s a Bollywood star and a UN ‘equality champion’
Choice events in the city this week
Rolyn appreciates art and hunks at the annual fundraiser
Exploring Florida’s most liberal gay destination
Lessons learned from my first daddy
What looks like a city-specific URL is owned by a country that outlaws homosexuality
The Yes-Men and A Platinum Production give sexy, silly, queer take on classic tale
DJ Rush’n Noiz’s La Cave is equal parts dance party and variety show
Casey House getting 5,300-square-metre expansion for 2016
The undeniable branding of straight living
Film tackles the real challenges facing trans teen girls
The big North American taboos are less of a legal issue here
Your Daily Package of newsy and naughty bits from around the world
NYC artist brings attitude to the 28th Images Festival
God of the gay geeks premieres new web series
Larry Kramer releases his magnum opus
Can Rhizome successor find balance between community space and viable business?
HIV nondisclosure and the post-epidemic landscape
Rolyn brings his camera, and shade, to Toronto runways
Award-winning Vancouver author on ‘survivorship’ and sexuality
Bible studies for boys
Toronto demo comes day after Ontario says it will uphold Canada’s new sex work law
Now you just need to tell your partner about it
Live like a local one of the United States' gayest cities
Your Daily Package of newsy and naughty bits from around the world
Poster series examines identity and the Status Card
In hindsight, we should have tightened our comment policy sooner
Choice events in the city this week
You never forget your first daddy
Attention to story has made it easier to create safe spaces, says former student
State is looking into possibility of outlawing ‘outlandish’ positioning
Check out these ladies!
Gay publisher to embrace straights, forget gays
‘City of Waltzes’ retains the elegance of centuries past
Community advisory committee members share hopes for a new Pride
Woman takes complaint to human rights tribunal
BUTT magazine is out-of-print but here to stay
But no signs yet that is has reached Vancouver, BC
He’s turned on by facial hair, scruffy beards and furry legs
Daily Xtra sits down for a three-part series with Capital Pride’s community committee
McNaughton says it’s ‘nonsense’ that people oppose curriculum because of homophobia
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