Proud Queer Monthly asks our QTPoC community in Portland: What does your Melanin mean to you?
President Trump’s behavior at the 20th National Boy Scout Jamboree was unacceptable; our youth deserve better from their leaders.
Increased police training might be one BandAid for a larger systemic bullet wound.
Get ready for the 9th Annual Portland Women’s 3×3 Basketball Tournament fundraiser for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC)!
Pride is an important tradition, a link that reaches back to the ancestors who, with their sacrifices and passion and perseverance, make who we are now possible.
“Stripping and the people who do it are dismissed as selfish and manipulative, but we are the supply to your demand.”
It’s been one year of mourning those lost in the Pulse Nightclub shooting, the largest massacre on US soil since Wounded Knee. Many of us are still in shock.
The Vanport Mosaic Festival, which ran May 26–29, is a free four-day event exploring the history of Vanport through live theater, documentaries, exhibits, lectures and tours.
The Oregon Queer Youth Summit (OQYS) is in its 14th year, providing a youth-led haven for queer youth to find community and learn from one another.
How do we connect by asking, “How are you doing?” and how do we frame it as a genuine offer of support rather than an assumptive intrusion?