“Neighbours have been gathering at the woman’s house to witness this feline abomination for themselves, but at press time, nobody has stepped forwards to claim Bull.”
Brittney Griner could receive the honor of her lifetime, a rainbow army is going to Russia, and Virginia Woolf got born a long long time ago.
If all goes according to his plan (and it very well may not) this will be a year of leaps and bounds for many of the Americans who felt left behind in 2013. Women, people of color and those living in poverty could all benefit from Obama’s plans to use executive orders rather than waiting on a gridlocked Congress to pass anything to his desk.
The White House is taking to social media (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram and Google+ hangout) so Americans can ask questions to dozens of White House officials.
I hope in a couple generations, kids look at us like we are insane when we tell them about the current state of health care in this country. For trans people, especially trans women of color, the picture is particularly dire.
On Tuesday morning, six same sex couples and LGBT civil rights group Equality Florida filed a lawsuit in pursuit of marriage equality in the Sunshine State.
With austerity here to stay and far-right parties on the rise, it is time now more than ever to recognise that queer liberation cannot be disentangled from economic justice.
From Russia to Pennsylvania, we’re all just trying to spoon.
It is important to defend human rights and to speak out against human rights violations around the world. However, to talk about anti-gay legislation internationally, we need to talk about a history of white supremacy that brought homophobia and anti-LGBTQ legislation to various countries.
“The piece was never about Dr. V, a golf putter, the science, the controversy, transgender experience, or even her death. This story was about Caleb Hannan, his desire to unwind a mystery that perplexed him, and the things he discovered along the way.”
While the Senate works out its ridiculous issues, millions of Americans will be waiting for their checks.
Bow down, bitches.
This is too important for my intended Oklahomo pun, but I want y’all to know that I thought of it.
Janet Yellen is about to become the most powerful woman in the world. Learn more about her new job and why her role is important to women in economics.
Search the hashtag #AB1266 on Twitter, and you’ll see what I mean by clusterfuck. It’s a mixture of conservatives, LGBT groups, names of California counties, statistics, and conflicting reports of what’s happened, and what’s next.
From India to Uganda, the legacy of British colonial sodomy laws live on today in many countries around the world. What can or should the Commonwealth do about this, if anything at all?
As we continue into 2014, it is still essential that we remain vigilant to uterus-havers’ rights to abortion across the country.
2013 brought equal marriage to the shores of the UK, and the gays were saved! Well not really. Or not much at all?
This halt on same-sex marriages may throw a wrench into a lot of LGBT folks’ hopes about marriage equality in the United States, but the Utah case actually offers the Supreme Court an opportunity to take a firm stance on the legality of same-sex marriage.
A historic lesbian union, a failed hunger strike, queer ladies in the lap of luxury, and the ultimate “fuck you” to Linda Harvey’s anti-gay bullshit.