Today, the freedoms on offer to LGBTQ+ people living in the West are greater than ever. But is same-sex marriage, improved media visibility and corporate endorsement all it’s cracked up to be? At what cost does this acceptance come and who is getting left behind? Amelia Abraham searches for answers and asks the broader question of what it means to be queer in 2019. Join her as she loses herself in the world’s biggest drag convention, marches at Pride across Europe, visits both a transgender model agency and the Anti-Violence Project in New York to understand the extremes of trans life, parties in Turkey’s underground LGBTQ+ scene and meets a genderless family in progressive Stockholm.