Wanna know the impact of women’s leadership? Look no further than the reigns of these powerful “first” women presidents and prime ministers alike.
Candidates for U.S. President have been utilizing television ads since 1952 to sell themselves to the American people. And for sixty whole years, they’ve perpetuated these five sexist caricatures of women in campaign ads to do so.
Reforms for Reform Judaism open doors for trans people, Salt Lake City elects some gay people, an introduction to India’s first trans woman cop, a peek at Janet Mock’s fabulous wedding, the winner of a trans beauty pageant, good gay news from around the world, and so so so so much more!
What are the pressing issues of the day as revealed by the Republican candidates at last night’s GOP debate? Besides their ideal Secret Service names.
A fish you’ll wish you could snuggle, gay taxis and gay streetlights, Hillary Clinton’s heartfelt letter to the couple from her heartwarming campaign announcement, a prominent voice in Irish media comes out and doesn’t give a f*ck about her damn reputation, Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson tie the knot, the Church of Scotland opens doors for queers, and Harriet Tubman might be the new face of the $20 bill. How’s them apples?
Don’t get a bad reputation this Election Day. VOTE, DAMN IT.
Just over a quarter of trans people in states with photo ID voting laws don’t have a valid photo ID that reflects their gender and name to meet the standards required by the law, according to The Williams Institute.
NYC’s potential first female and gay mayor is a talented politician with a progressive background. But some question whether her policies and positions are really what the LGBT community needs.
Eleven months ago, there was still a possibility of Rick Santorum becoming President, so don’t say 2012 never gave you anything.
Four states made progress on same-sex marriage, but someone didn’t get the memo.
Metaphorically. These movies don’t help with actual hangovers.
But seriously, let’s get to the actually important stuff and talk about the lady with the flag in her hair and Donald Trump’s Twitter tantrum.
Here’s what he can do with his time now that he has to find a way to bide it.
A self-proclaimed “Professional Gay” and the woman behind the provocative essay rebuffing Paul Ryan’s RNC speech, Sally Kohn also happens to be the most optimistic person we’ve ever spoken to about politics.
“A soundtrack about voting, choosing, overcoming obstacles, our country’s amber waves of grain, our country’s stupid and fucked-up political atmosphere, different states we’re all voting in and just plain old people from America partying all at the same time – because that’s my America, bitches.”
Cara’s Team Pick: Here’s hoping that by tomorrow this website will be unnecessary.
Greetings Queers, and Happy Election Day! Welcome to our Feelings Thread / Election Day Party Live Blog. Are you excited? I’m excited.
On Election Day, I need to know ALL THE THINGS, and I need to know them RIGHT NOW. But no fear, because of course, there’s an app for that. Several, actually!
This shit never gets old – stupidity ranging from Ohio to Iowa and from Katrina to Sandy.
Yes, voting is probably the single most important thing you can do on Election Day in the United States (November 6th!) But it’s not the only important thing you can do on Election Day.