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Elizabeth Beier is a queer cartoonist living in San Jose, Calif. From the time she first moved to the Bay Area, she has gone San Francisco Pride to meet people, hear their stories and draw. This year, she asked Pride-goers in Dolores Park before the Dyke March what the occasion means to them.

Turn on your audio to meet the people who shared their diverse stories with her.

This film shows two teen girls in Nairobi falling in love. It was banned in Kenya, where same-sex relationships are illegal.

‘Rafiki’ marks the breakthrough of a filmmaker with exhilarating, courageous vision

USWNT’s Megan Rapinoe poses for SI swimsuit issue, becoming first openly gay woman to do so

‘I think it’s really quite a bold statement by Sports Illustrated,’ she said

Here’s what to know — and what to do — about the Supreme Court’s major LGBT rights cases

The justices will hear three cases involving gay and transgender employees this year and deliver rulings in 2020