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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.

A 71-hour wait for a historic case: Talking with the people who camped out to hear the Supreme Court debate LGBTQ rights

Activists on opposing sides of the issue sat and slept next to each other — and dealt with sprinklers that went off at 4 a.m.

‘Am I going to be next?’: Dallas activists react to the latest attack in a string of violence against transgender women of color

After two high-profile murders of black trans women in Dallas this summer, another transgender woman was shot last week

Barbie is just a toy, but a gender-neutral doll could mean a safer future

Mattel’s evolution from gender reinforcer to gender inclusion is a hopeful sign