Brian Gibson's new musical about the oppression of LGBTQ+ people in the Caribbean feels like a workshop production of half a show Read more



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LGBTQ asylum seekers persevere in the face of legal aid cuts in Ontario that are making a tough situation even worse Read more


International filmmakers take the top prizes at 29th annual Toronto-based queer film fest Read more

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A review of Greg Campbell's solo play OUT, which follows a queer teen's exploration of gay bars, culture and activism in 1977 Montreal. Read more




In our Chill Winter Guide, find 50 of the best cultural, arts, music, food and outdoor events happening in Toronto from November 2018 to March 2019. Read more

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New Ho Queen, a play on Chinatown’s New Ho King, celebrates Asians who identify as LGBTQ. Read more

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A discussion on intergenerational issues in the queer theatre scene replaced a reading of Sky Gilbert's work after the LGBTQ playwright published a controversial poem addressed to trans artist and author Vivek Shraya. Read more


Metropolitan Community Church Toronto's new pastor Jeff Rock has taken over leading the its Pride service, Church on Church Street, from Brent Hawkes. Read more


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Community development program Supporting Our Youth is thinking up new ways to help queer and trans youth in Toronto’s constantly changing political climate. Read more


Arshad Khan's deeply personal film – complete with lots of home movie footage, animation and Bollywood clips – is a fascinating look at navigating various cultures Read more


Toronto’s queer community is rallying around the Dundas West shop after its door was smashed last night Read more


Genderqueer patients aren't often represented in discussions of anorexia and bulimia, but research shows that body image, gender and eating disorders are deeply connected Read more

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Toronto director Luis De Filippis's film captures the empathy and awkwardness between two relatives in different life stages Read more

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"The most offensive thing would be for someone to assume I’m a cis man. I want people to see my chest and know I’m not." Read more

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The event connects big companies like Apple, Indigo/Chapters and TD Bank with trans and gender non-conforming jobseekers Read more

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Toronto's LGBTQ neighbourhood shut down the streets and threw a giant costume party Read more

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Planned Parenthood’s new campaign encourages straight and cisgender youth to stand up to homophobia, biphobia and transphobia Read more

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The series features the first openly gay characters in the sci-fi franchise's history – finally confirming that the LGBTQ+ community survives into the 23rd century Read more

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Queer racialized youth star in the final Toronto for All campaign, which targets transphobia Read more

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Toronto's Bryn Hendricks wants an alternative to the Pride Parade, but no one else seems to care Read more

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