South Africa’s Department of Home Affairs has come under fire from LGBTQ activists and community members for discriminating against LGBTQ people in their processes.
The statistics on acceptance of LGBT people were generally staying the same or improving, until last year — when, as GLAAD CEO Sarah Kate Ellis puts it, “the acceptance pendulum abruptly stopped and swung in the opposite direction.”
How cryptography, human-centered design, and statistics can be used in support of our democracy.
Two men with criminal records, Justin C. Mann and James W. White, have been arrested in the murder of Brandi Mells and Shanta, Shanise and Jeremiah Myers. Other details about the victims and the crime have also been released by police as friends and family struggle to process this devastating event.
Mike Pence got a gay welcome from his neighbors, lesbian couple wins against bakery homophobes, trans military ban goes bye-bye, why we kiss at midnight on NYE, PA and AZ voters are pro-LGBTQ, and some self care tips for the new year. Smooches!
Sister Rosetta Tharpe inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Billie Jean King paved the way for openly gay tennis players, lesbian couples getting married in Australia, Alexandra Chandler would be first trans woman in Congress, Rosa Diaz: Bisexual Avenger, and a cute otter!
LGBTIQ+ activists from around the world gathered to discuss the challenges and the solutions from the front lines around the world at OutSummit.
Seals’ family called the 28-year-old Houston native a beautiful and loving person.
How the atmosphere is changing, literally and figuratively, in dangerous ways in Seattle’s historically LGBTQ Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Doug Jones’ victory is a reason to be joyful, and when you combine it with November’s elections, where a record number of POC and trans folks rallied their way into office, it’s even a reason to hope.
“Marriage is one thing – it’s just the tip of the iceberg of true equality,” says Cake Tin, bringing up trans people, intersex people, Indigenous people, and people of color. “It isn’t over yet.”
On LGBTQ history month of all months!
The first-of-its-kind study revealed some surprising findings on queer and disabled folks in particular.
First Amazon made a Bob’s Burger’s “Supportive Burger Wife” costume, now they’re cashing in on Melania Trump’s body double!
“I was in the military for four years, military police, and I never once experienced something like that.”
We usually post a roundtable on Mondays but we decided that this Monday we could really use the space to be together as a family and process some of our grief and anger as we continue to empower each other to take action.
I grew up in Roy Moore’s Alabama; his hatred and zealotry have no limits. Now, he’s headed for the Senate, and he’ll likely win.
Two Black lesbian friends, who were on their way to Dallas Pride, suffered stab wounds from a homophobic attack earlier this month and a Black lesbian couple were verbally assaulted on the train in New York.
Samira Wiley, Lena Waithe, Gaga, gay songs, genderqueer actors, and interracial lesbians buying a house in Connecticut!!!
Queer content creators are losing page views and revenue over YouTube’s inexplicable decision to hide LGBTQ and mental health videos, while also demonetizing them.