2015: A banner year to be queer

After marriage equality, new issues move to the forefront

By Matt Pizzuti

2015 marked major milestones for LGBTQ Americans, but they came only after a long and arduous struggle for change. At the time of the Stonewall Riots, marriage equality was hardly …

Meet the Bi Brigade

You’re not alone, and Bi Brigade is here to answer your questions and address your concerns. Join the conversation today.

By Cameron Kude, PQ Monthly

It’s been said that Portland, Oregon is the most bisexual city in America. Our city doesn’t have …

Onward, Together

“We want to pave the way to unity and respect and mutual harmony. … El Hispanic is being born to unite and to serve, or better stated: to serve while uniting.”

El Hispanic News founder Juan Prats in the first issue …

News Briefs: August/September 2013

AIDS activist Sean Sasser (left), seen here with former Portland Mayor Sam Adam and Sasser’s partner Michael Kaplan at AIDS Walk 2012, died Aug. 7. Photo by Byron Beck

Sean Sasser, an AIDS activist and one-time Portlander who appeared on “Real …

Out and on your ballot: LGBTQ candidates

By Nick Mattos, PQ Monthly

In the midst of many highly divisive and heated electoral races — many of which cause members of the queer community consternation — one thing concretely shows how far the LGBTQ people have come in the …

Oregon Primary Election Results Trickle In


Friendly House Executive Director Vaune Albanese introduces Secretary of State Kate Brown at the 2011 Gay & Grey Expo. Photo courtesy of Gay & Grey.


By Erin Rook

State and local primary election results are starting to come in. No official numbers …