And it’s hard to know how to feel about it.
This week, I learned that Kanye had written a proverb when he instructed folks to “shut the fuck up ‘fore I embarrass you.”
Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Democratic National Committee chair, announced the creation of a Lesbian Leadership Council that would focus on cultivating lesbian participation in the Democratic party, which has had a broader LGBT leadership council since 2000.
When we hear about legislation like the 2014 Farm Bill, we don’t and we won’t hear the mainstream media talking about queer people.
Loretta Saunders, Inuk woman writing on missing and murdered Indigenous women of Canada, found dead in New Brunswick.
President Museveni of Uganda signs into law a bill that sentences LGBTQ people convicted of sodomy, gay marriage, or promotion of homosexual activities to life imprisonment.
Y’all, a federal judge rules Texas’ ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional!
It took a village to ruin Russia’s stance on gay people, and it’ll take one to save feminism.
The potential for discrimination extends far beyond same-sex couples wishing to celebrate their partnerships; theoretically, it could affect anyone who acts against someone else’s religious beliefs.
Feminist stock photography, the sexiest women’s history month in, well, history, and gay marriages heard ’round the world. But don’t ask Russia. They don’t recall that all of it ever happened.
What does it mean for gay rights advocates in Kansas when one simple request — the right to marry — turns into a free-for-all on their human rights?
Thanks to Beyoncé, you and your lover can indulge your semi-socialized desire to put words on your asses as well as your desire to look fly while pantsless – no matter what your gender presentation, underwear needs, or style preference!
Because it wouldn’t be Valentine’s Day without zombie lesbian kisses.
“Attorney General Eric Holder has announced that a whole crop of new federal criminal and civil justice-related rights will be extended to same-sex couples across the country.”
“While the charges against Jewelyes have not yet been formally dropped, this development unquestionably represents a big step in the right direction. Meanwhile, the fact that this situation even occurred in the first place speaks to a much larger issue about the bullying that LGBT youth face in school and elsewhere, which falls particularly hard on trans youth, especially trans women of color.”
After having been lost to the world for a couple thousand years, two poems written by Sappho have unexpectedly turned up in London following an anonymous collector’s submission to Oxford.
Vanity Fair’s Hollywood issue is getting better and Russia’s only getting worse.
As per UKIP prophecy, torrential rains await Holyrood as Scottish gays might be able to get hitched as soon as this autumn.
The UK Border Agency has detained Ugandan asylum seeker Jacqueline Nantumbwe, placing her at risk of abuse and deportation unless she can “prove” she’s gay.
It’s easy to be enraged by these kind of tweets and statuses but it’s really just lazy journalism that obscures the real issues.