In the latest development of the legislative rollercoaster that is the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Governor Mike Pence has pledged to “fix this and move forward,” while also reiterating that there’s nothing about the law that needs fixing.
Gov. Mike Pence can’t give us a straight answer, good news for Ferguson protestors, Ellen Pao’s gender discrimination lawsuit and more news for you!
Fun Home hits Broadway, gifts from a crow to a babe, Aisha Moodie-Mills being a total boss bitch, two lesbian Presbyterian Reverends, the GOP’s gay agenda, and Serena Williams’ remake of 7/11, all right here for to light up your life.
Indiana’s decision to “protect” religions from having to deal with gay people has not gone over well with the NCAA, GenCon, a bunch of tech CEOs or the Indianapolis mayor — but the Governor insists this law is totally fine and awesome and not legalized discrimination at all!
The death of trans teen activist Blake Brockington, good legislative news for same-sex parents in Maryland, Roy Moore says something regrettable, Ellen Pao takes sexism in venture capitalism to court, and more!
A new podcast dives deep into New Orleans’ dyke bars of the 1970s and ’80s. Here are a few of the funny, sweet and powerful stories from Last Call.
A look at Ted Cruz’s horrible policy proposals, a bunch of college dudebros get punished for their misogynistic actions, Los Tigres del Norte win an award for singing about lesbian love, conservative lawmakers propose more dangerous legislation and more news stories.
Ex-gay therapy bans are advancing, gay marriage bans are falling to the wayside, some corgis are racing and melting my heart, and also 69 percent of Americans think people should stop being so awful to us!
Birth justice, the passing of Marcia Diehl, a comprehensive LGBTQ bill of rights, the violence against Martese Johnson, St. Patrick’s Day parades and more!
The campaigns to get women on American and Canadian currency got me thinking: who are the women who have been on the money? What are their stories? Do they have great hair?
A boycott of Dolce&Gabbana, lesbian divorce in Alabama, a lesbian rabbi, anti-gay marriage laws and more!
An update about that woodpecker flying a weasel around, news about queering St. Patty’s Day, dogs driving tiny cars, important queer and trans women doing important things even when they’re LEGOs, and also did I mention dogs driving tiny cars.
With MAP’s report, we have clear, comprehensive data that solidifies the seriousness of the problem and provides a new resource for battling it.
“By ignoring the complexities of coming out both those who identify as bisexuals and lesbians with mixed dating histories like Ms. Apata are seen as demonstrating the idea that people can choose their identities with relative ease, and therefore the threat they face is technically self-inflicted.”
Alabama’s Supreme Court has ordered probate judges to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples immediately.
I want us to embark on some serious herstorical journeys through time, but I simply cannot condense herstory into one post, so I’m gonna condense everyone else’s pieces, books, movies, and projects about women’s history into one instead!
A year and a half after Islan Nettles’ murder, James Dixon has been charged with manslaughter and felony assault in connection with her death.
U.S. District Judge Joseph Bataillon called the ban an “unabashedly gender-specific infringement of the equal rights of its citizens.”
“We need to be included, not persecuted, not targeted, not incarcerated, not discriminated. Release [trans women] from detention TODAY!”
Also, Monica Jones walks free, gay couples get sick leave like everyone else, a dog so excited he can’t deal with it, a pygmy goat that will follow you to work, The Fosters on The View, and an update about my general well-being!