Happy 4/20! Happy Easter! Happy Pesach! Happy Sunday Funday! Now put down those Peeps and/or matzoh and dig in to some good gay news.
And we got the radio blastin’ every gay anthem possible, y’all.
“There are a lot of things you’re not supposed to be able to do when you’re gay: get married, have children, be the head of a national government, etc. But stereotypes exist to be broken, at least when you’re former Icelandic Prime Minister Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir.”
Equality around the world — from Argentina to Ohio.
Two important decisions will give same-sex couples and married trans people access to benefits through their spouse, regardless of their state of residence.
Earlier this week, OKCupid joined the outrage at Mozilla’s new choice of CEO Brenden Eich by asking their users to uninstall Firefox. Yesterday, Brenden Eich resigned.
“You know shit is real when real live tech people offer Internet Explorer as a viable option.”
The New York Times is swearing off the “h-word” (again), Charice is really happy, a bunch of puppies are longing for treats, and Michigan’s gay moms have a new reason to smile.
Today, Judge Bernard Friedman declared Michigan’s 2004 same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional.
There’s a cat in the flat and a lot of celebrity moms inside.
Did you know that this week is the week where I ate multiple meals via finger foods? Here’s the stories we missed while I was opening another box of crackers.
Google hates Bustle but loves Janet Mock (and every woman, I think), the Dalai Lama thinks gay marriage is pretty alright, and yet another androgynous model is taking our hearts by storm.
This week, I learned that Kanye had written a proverb when he instructed folks to “shut the fuck up ‘fore I embarrass you.”
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.
Gay rights now, belly rubs later.
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?
Billie Jean King, Barack Obama, and Googoosh are standing on the side of gay love and the Olympics.
You’d think that Eurovision couldn’t possibly get any gayer, and you’d be wrong.