The New York-based queer dance party collectives Bubble_T and Papi Juice partner with Lei for their first event in the islands.
The Contingency is about creating events for queer, transgender, and intersex people of color in Hawaiʻi.
Shot from the street level of Honolulu Pride, a photographer’s uplifting photo essay demonstrates why Hawaiʻi’s LGBTQ community members are her heroes, (s)heroes, and everyone in between.
In the 1990s, a group of Hawai‘i citizens stood up for their equal rights and pioneered a movement. But, most high schools aren’t teaching this important part of social history.
Being born and raised in Hawai’i, Samantha Feyen shares her images and thoughts of her first Pride experience away from home.
In this episode of The Lei Over, follow Taylor as he shows us his favorite local spots and shops, and introduces us to his family business on the island of Oahu.
With no existing safe space for the QTIPOC community in Honolulu, the Contingency created its own and named it Kings, Queens and Inbtwns.
Inspired by the Hawaiian Islands, a sense of self, and honoring his community, Kalani Peʻa has created a modern Hawaiian album perfect for enjoying alone or…
At his peaceful inn on Hawaiʻi Island, Kilohana Domingo makes traditional feather lei. Text by Lisa Yamada Images by Jonas Maon On a tranquil…
Wandering through Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area presents redwoods, Hawaiian honeycreepers, and a journey through the past. Originally featured in our sister publication…