The history of gay women is long and storied. From the creation of western civilization, same-sex attraction between women underlies some of the greatest works of art, from Sappho’s poetry to Gertrude Stein’s writing to the revolutionary thought of Audre Lorde. While history has privileged the experiences of gay men over that of gay women, they have existed side-by-side since day one, fighting many of the same struggles, and celebrating many of the same victories. Pride has the newest stories about the culture of gay women, from political struggles to health issues to representation is popular media. Check it out!

The night belonged to two of the biggest names in pop music.

August 29 2016 2:02 PM

Lauren Craig couldn’t find footwear that fit in the styles she loved, so she made it.

August 29 2016 10:30 AM

From Barack Obama to Waitress the musical, Twitter is blowing up with people demanding equality for women. 

August 26 2016 3:41 PM

We posted a meme asking, "Who was the first girl you loved, and what was she like?" and the hundreds of responses we received were beautiful and heartbreaking. 

August 26 2016 1:38 PM

It’s rumored that many people once met without ever knowing what Tinder was. 

August 25 2016 12:03 PM

On the 15th anniversary of her death, one PRIDE editor remembers the lasting effects the R&B songstress had on his life growing up.

August 25 2016 8:00 AM

The film about teen girls falling in love may become your new favorite coming-of-age story. 

August 24 2016 2:18 PM