LGBT people are leaving some of America’s famously gay neighborhoods but cool projects are highlighting feminism, queer families in children’s books, and masculine of center fashion.
Now that I’ve set the tone for our good gay news today, let’s dive right in to all this weekend has to offer queer people that is vaguely positive or fuzzy!
Janet Mock continues her literary excellence, young people are making body positive statements, and Barbie may be in decline.
Deal with it.
Books about gay penguins make the Singapore government uncomfortable; also, discrimination against sex workers, trans people, and prisoners persists.
I have a historic amount of good gay news for you today, and you won’t wanna miss a thing.
Famous people are saying smart things about Hobby Lobby, anti-discrimination legislation isn’t as effective as it should be, and the kids of LGBT parents are all right.
You deserve a hunk of hunk of burnin’ happy queer notes from the recent past today.
We’re still mad about Hobby Lobby, but this is still an important political moment for LGBT elected officials, students, and more.
Would you like some good gay news or quixotic queer updates on this fine morning? PERFECT, ’cause I have a bunch of ‘em for you right here!
Exciting things are happening for LGBT people in the US, activists are critical of Pride, and there are tons of awesome events you should go to!
I’m about to hop a train to Louisville.
Here’s the news we missed while I was freaking out about a potential technological disaster.
Lego is building female scientists, tension at the Supreme Court is building up, and organizers are working to build a more equal future.
The best part? It’s all on video.
It’s TIME to recognize super cool artists and activists, fight the wrongful imprisonment of transgender youth, and watch some neat documentaries.
President Obama is puttin’ his rainbow mardi gras beads on, Rachel Jeantel has a diploma (bitches!), and also: A BEAR IN A HAMMOCK. IMPORTANT.
My cat loves Autostraddle, an OITNB writer realizes she’s gay while working on the show, global governments are changing, the kidnapped Nigerian school girls may be found, and activists are as fierce as ever in fighting injustice.
Fighting for rights, celebrating identities, raising money, listening to good music, and making powerful critiques–news as usual this week!
It’s time for another week of activism and adorableness!