A lot of celebrities wore purple for you this week, ALI GOT MARRIED and so did 53 lesbian couples in Provincetown, folks from Indonesia to Arkansas are speaking up for LGBT rights, and more good gay news!
The internet helped a lesbian couple tie the knot, Australia is not down to clown around on gay marriage, a pantsuit flashmob for Hillary, and people actually doing the work for elderly queers. Get in here and get your heart warmed up real fast!
Edie Windsor got married, Lil Wayne once officiated a gay marriage, these two lesbians dressed up like princesses before they got married, and lots of other good gay news that isn’t even about marriage!
Josie Kearns is a 33-year-old queer, polyamorous, white, trans woman living in Chicago. She has been married for 12 years and also has a long-term girlfriend.
Welcome to Poly Pocket, a new series showcasing polyamorous and ethically non-monogamous relationships. Here’s how a married kinky butch/femme couple does poly.
Stranger Things Fan Club meeting, ugly produce, Sesame Street, death is stupid, missing white girl syndrome, have you heard about lesbian bars though, Steven Universe, queer punk jamz and so much more!
“BWU” shows the part that comes after figuring out marriage isn’t what you want: finding partners who are on the same page.
Legal victories in the states, a big ol’ pride celebration in Manitoba for the first time, coming out on Splash Mountain, a Jewish Aquarian lesbian wedding, and gay soccer games. Get in here!
A bunch of stylists, caterers and bakers, event planners, and other creative types came together with one amazing mission: to build Barbie’s dream gay wedding — Kendra and all.
Looking at how marriage equality came to be in comparison to other social movements, Massachusetts’ state Senate passes a bill with trans protections in public accommodations, girlfriends who are prom king and queen in Florida and more!
A rap duo from Cuba fighting homophobia with rhymes, an arctic fox that just can’t stop laughing, a laundry list of times anti-gay legislators tried to pull some bullshit and failed in the past week, updates about SF Pride and the St. Patrick’s Day parades that will melt your queer heart, adorable photographs of a femme proposing, and a changing tide of acceptance for those of y’all hoping to adopt some kiddies.
Jillian Michaels gets engaged, the SCOTUS stands up for gay adoption, Iga in Japan sees your same-sex partnership as equal to any other partnership, Obama and Justin Trudeau share the love and celebrate the gay marriages they have in common, and a RACCOON.
A KY legislator thinks he’s cracked the code on how to stop marriage equality; how and why anti-LGBT sentiment is ramping up in Indonesia, the big abortion case the SCOTUS just heard, and more.
LGBT rights stamps from the UN, gay marriage in Mexico, the beginning of the end of ex-gay therapy in New York, a badass trans Girl Scout who sold a fuckton of cookies, and a baby goat. A BABY GOAT!
“Neither of us were comfy with the public spectacle of the thing, especially G. She didn’t like the thought of publicizing our private relationship. We also felt a bit blah about marriage itself, which can feel like an outdated institution. And there were practical worries, too — like how would we plan a big event, with so much on our plates?”
Ellen gave a hilarious and deeply moving speech because she’s a humanitarian, Desmond Tutu’s lesbian daughter just tied the knot, Salt Lake City’s lesbian mayor is totally official now, and more good gay news from around the world!
Roy Moore wants judges to stop issuing same-sex marriage licenses, Obama gives executive orders on gun control, the officer who arrested Sandra Bland is indicted, and more.
Gay marriage updates from Estonia, Utah, and obviously Las Vegas; a strong start for an LGBT rights petition in Michigan, a deeply moving video, the last of the 2015 lists, the Cat Oscars, and more!
It was a great year for gay marriage, especially if you were invited to one of these fabulous, totally sweet lesbian weddings.
What the battle over ‘religious freedom’ looks like in magistrate offices and universities; Rahm Emanuel backpedals on police violence in Chicago; the Supreme Court hears arguments on affirmative action and more.