Although many organizers canceled pride parades and events around the globe due to the pandemic, Pride is still here, and it's queer. It’s only moved online.
Though-provoking discussions, stellar performances, and a whole lotta love. The free virtual Bi-Fi Festival has everything you need to enjoy your true colors.
The platform has unlocked dozens of movies by the pioneers of African American film, including works from Cheryl Dunye, Charles Burnett, or Maya Angelou.
In partnership with YouTube, The Prince Estate is raising money to support the fight against Covid-19. All you need to do is tune in and dance the virus away.
For some, social isolation is an annoying effect of the pandemic. Yet, LGBT folks have been dealing with it forever. This event is trying to break the stigma.
Black, bold, and beautiful. Twenty drag queens are coming together for a free online spectacle to show you what Black Girl Magic is all about.
Will you hug or stay away from Lady Gaga? The choice is yours in Francesco Vezzoli's online art project Love Stories created for Fondazione Prada.
Don't worry if you can't show your true colors here and now. The traditional Tokyo Rainbow Pride has gone virtual and welcomes anyone who wants to participate.
London's Tate Modern had to close its doors only five days after the opening of Andy Warhol's retrospective. But don't fret – you can now visit the event online.