LGBT History Month Archives -

An LGBTQ+ Film a Day (and then some!) for LGBT History Month

If you looked back maybe 10 years ago, LGBTQ+ films and movies were a rarity. You may have had a token “gay best friend” for entertainment value or a few heat-wrenching stories about the AIDS Pandemic. But, certainly in the entertainment industry, it would be very difficult to find a film where Queer characters were

20+ LGBTQ+ Icons You Should Talk To Your Children About

LGBT+ History Month has always held a special place in my heart. In comparison to other awareness days, it gives our community an opportunity to truly reflect and give thanks to our queer elders who fought for our place in society. If it wasn’t for LGBTQ people from our past, it’s unlikely that I would

LGBT History Month: Featured Family: The Sharon Moms

In our final post for LGBT History Month, we share a story from Brit & Sydney from The Sharon Moms about religion and their sexuality – something that doesn’t often feature on this blog! This is a fascinating story and I am honoured to share it for LGBT History Month. If you would like to

LGBT History Month: Featured Family: The Legacy of Leo

This week, Jess from The Legacy of Leo has shared her thoughts on casual homophobia – something that is all too prevalent in today’s society – especially in schools – for LGBT History Month. I’ve been following ‘The Legacy of Leo’ for quite some time, not just because they’re a rainbow family, but because they

LGBT History Month: Featured Family: Kaye.

This week, as part of LGBT History Month, we’re listening to Kaye. If you would like to read last week’s story, you can do so here. I’ve followed Kaye, their wife, and their son Silas online for quite some time now. Not only are they Potterheads, but our boys are around the same age (I

LGBT History Month: Featured Family: Daddy Papa & Me

This month is LGBT History Month, a time when I, personally, like to give thanks to those that paved the way so me and my family can live (somewhat) more openly, as well as increase visibility for my community. With this, I thought I’d re-visit a feature I did a few years ago where a