HRC has announced that it will begin working for equality abroad as well as in the US — but is that a good thing? Let’s ask Daniel Loeb and Paul Singer.
Inside: more event invites than you can handle, a lot of worthy causes, a historical case of The Unicorn, and the delicious taste of Republicanism slowly, slowly dying.
Illinois becomes the fifteenth state to approve marriage equality after a surprise vote in the state legislature.
Earlier this week, Judge Lee Yeakel ruled one part of Texas’ abortion bill unconstitutional. Now, just a few days later the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has reversed his ruling, meaning that one third of Texas’ remaining abortion clinics must stop providing their services immediately.
Ever wanted to see someone who’s been in the state penitentiary system call bullshit on the politicians messing with said system? Yeah. That happened.
A federal judge ruled parts of Texas’ abortion law unconstitutional. But don’t rejoice just yet, access to abortion across the nation is still on the line.
Counting women in engineering, raising the next Steve Jobs in Mexico, and coming together to say: “f*ck the man.”
It’s not enough to have token representation and to not be constantly declared icky in prime time. Pieces like Carr’s cause damage because they encourage straight allies and queers to raise a drink in celebration of a fight well fought and won.
PinkNews, an LGBT news outlet in the UK, honoured Baroness Stowell, an anti-trans defender of the “spousal veto,” as Politician of the Year. They now face criticism for how the judging panel was put together.
The weed fairy’s coming, Colorado’s in the doghouse, and there’s a straight chick making a living as a male model. Or something like that. I was too busy licking the lesbianism off of my Samoas, actually.
Couples across the state prepare to marry after the state’s highest court orders same-sex ruling must stand.
Everyone loves Autostraddle, except a bunch of icky Republicans. Also, India.Arie wants you to do you and Malala outsmarted Obama.
This week, a really significant and fascinating new study changed not only the information we have about queer people, but it may change what we know about research on queer people as a whole.
Because hey, if you’re going to go there, you could at least be thorough.
Texas Sen. Wendy Davis announced she’s running for governor. Take that, Perry and Abbott!
From Dartmouth to the concert hall, there’s a ton of queer shit going down. And a little bit of Nickelback.
The governor’s office plans to appeal the ruling, but activists in the state are already celebrating.
Reporting live from the cutest puppy-filled pumpkin patch of all time, with help from Louisiana’s new gay lawyers and vigilantes from around the globe.