By Antwaun SargentCreators – Vice

A new exhibition at The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art celebrates the diversity of the LGBTQ community. Shortly after the Stonewall Riots birthed the contemporary gay rights movement in 1969, Charles Leslie and Fritz Lohman opened a storefront museum in Soho dedicated to exhibiting the work of queer artists exploring their community’s interiority. Fifty years later, LGBTQ people can get married and enjoy broader inclusion in society, and as a result, the concerns of artists in the community have changed and grown more diversemore>