LGBT

Vancouver City Hall hung a massive rainbow flag on the north side of the building.
For Vancouver Pride 2014, we profile proud LGBT parents who are adding more colour to the rainbow.
Something’s happening in Vancouver’s traditional LGBT neighbourhood.
Here are some recommendations on where to eat on the big day.
Although things have improved tremendously for people like her, Gayle Roberts says more needs to be done to support transgender people.
Owner and chef Lila Gaylie opened her Davie Street restaurant on Pride weekend nine years ago.
When Ian Colvin (né Buckley) came out as gay 20 years ago, he thought it meant the death of his long-held dream of becoming a father.
Simone Longpré has had to get used to crossing out the “mother” and “father” categories on her children’s school forms.
Transgender-rights activist Morgane Oger wants her kids to live in a society in which people’s differences are viewed as positive attributes.
A mother’s love beats at the heart of the international support organization PFLAG, started in 1972 when Jeanne Manford marched with her son Morty in one of New York City’s earliest Pride parades.