The Children Are The Future
Families are key to the development of happy trans, gender-fluid and non-binary kids – and this association offers a helping hand
Ontario's 2SLGBTQ+ Youth Are Still Celebrating This Pride Season
The LGBT YouthLine has been helping Ontario’s youth for 25 years… By LGBT YouthLine Do you remember your first Pride? You could have been carefully choosing your outfit for your...
Sober Prides Are On The Rise
The resources and success stories of people who have hit the pause button on drinking
Corporations Belong In Pride
Clearing up some misconceptions about the role of corporations in Pride
My First Pride
One IN contributor shares her first Pride experience… By Emily Norton When I started coming out to my family, it was June. Amidst a summer of personal heartbreak and increasing...
The Right To Bare All: Should Nudity Be Allowed At Pride?
The never-ending debate on letting it all hang out continues on
Profile In Youth: Connor McKiggan
Meet the student whose passion for drag performance is helping him give back to the LGBTQ2A+ community that has supported him
AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia Is Here To Help
This organization is empowering the LGBTQ2+ community in Halifax and beyond… For more than 20 years, the AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia (ACNS) has been supporting and empowering people living...
OUTSaskatoon And Saskatoon Sexual Health Are Empowering The Community In Saskatoon And Beyond
The partnership between the two non-profit organizations is changing lives
A Brief History Of The Toronto Dyke March
Celebrating women who love women in all their forms… By Courtney Hardwick This June marked the fifth annual Pride Month for Toronto, and although COVID-19 forced the city to cancel...
Pride Should Celebrate The Rainbow
Let’s not forget that Pride is inherently political, and so is race. If we say we celebrate diversity, let’s mean what we say
Waiting For Something To Happen
Sometimes the most important moments happen before the event begins… By Colin Druhan My most vivid memories of Pride are never of the parades, but of the people I met...