Even more proof that same-sex parents raise kids with good outcomes, a bathroom bill supporter in TN who’s a rampant sexual harasser, new data on police violence and more.
A new study debunks the myth that Black people are overwhelmingly homophobic, a new policy in Texas is making it impossible for transgender student-athletes to play on the right team, an anti-trans Lyft driver put Monica Jones in danger when he shared her location with a Facebook group, students in California were asked to remove their anti-gay symbols off their student badges and more news!
People who want to have period sex have more and varied sex more often and report higher sexual satisfaction than anyone else, a survey finds.
“Non-tailored religious exemptions in general open a can of worms that raises serious concerns for not only LGBT folks but for women, for healthcare,” said report author Heron Greenesmith.
“To fully plumb the depths of my heart requires more than a single bar graph.”
In poll results published Sunday by YouGov, a full 49% of 18-24 year olds identified as something other than exclusively heterosexual on the Kinsey scale.
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Oh you know, just the answers to everybody’s favorite two questions ever.
It’s not the focus on male victims of domestic violence that’s “misguided,” but rather fighting each other instead of the men at the top.
Alternative answer: not enough. Time to start recruiting! (…Kidding.)
What do other people think of us?! The country wants to know.
Women in the U.S. who have experienced domestic violence are more likely to have chronic health conditions. Healthcare professionals are still failing to adequately recognise and treat harm caused by domestic abuse.
PinkNews, an LGBT news outlet in the UK, honoured Baroness Stowell, an anti-trans defender of the “spousal veto,” as Politician of the Year. They now face criticism for how the judging panel was put together.
The annual British Social Attitudes survey indicates increasing acceptance of homosexuality, though same-sex adoption and parenting remain controversial.
A national survey using homophobic language yields homophobic results: 47% of Singaporeans “reject gay lifestyles.” What does this mean and why is it important?
We haven’t yet been accepted as gospel, but we’re lightyears ahead of where we were 10 years ago.
I want us to all take a moment to let this sink: according to the largest study on same-sex parents and their children ever conducted, the kids are not only okay, but in some ways more well-adjusted than the children in heterosexual-parented families.
“When asked whether their daughters thought their financial future was dependent on having a husband, only 31.9 per cent agreed. By contrast 37.7 per cent of those with sons thought having a wife would make them financially secure.”
The New York Times talks to our newest fans – 48 to 66-year-old conservatives.
But where will I put my feelings?!