“I’m ready to have an open heart and open mind and be ready to participate and show up for my community.”
Who needs to call: people who live in Tennessee, Wyoming, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, Louisiana, Indiana, Utah, Kansas and Alaska. Who needs to act? Everyone who knows anyone who lives in these states.
The Women’s March was a record-breaking worldwide protest against Donald Trump, and you’re gonna love all these photos of lesbians, queers, gays, bisexuals and allies who rallied for the occasion.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one: Over 100 mayors and two lesbian co-pastors walk into another LGBT dance party.
We have so much to lose.
Don’t give Trump a moment to get comfortable. Let’s start fucking shit up as soon as he starts being sworn in.
Chelsea Manning is set to be freed in May 2017 instead of finishing her 35-year sentence, which would have ended in 2045.
This is the last Sunday Funday before Donald Trump becomes the fucking president. Drink it in, kids.
From voter ID laws to his anti-LGBT record to ‘obscenity’ legislation to his deeply racist history, Jeff Sessions’ hearings have demonstrated why he can’t be allowed to become Attorney General.
Republicans haven’t been able to figure out what they think should replace the Affordable Care Act since it was introduced in 2010, and repealing it now will leave millions of Americans uninsured, but they’re not letting that stop them! They say they’re going to try to move forward on a repeal by the end of the week.
Totally gay companies, a totally gay District Attorney, a bunch of totally gay policies at the state level, some totally gay women in theater, and also some good news about The Golden Girls.
To be clear, photography on the House floor is already disallowed. They’ve just added a fine for it. So it’s not really unprecedented, nor is it unconstitutional, to enforce a rule that already exists. But I still think it’s wrong. Here’s why.
[UPDATE: This post will continue to update as new appointments are made.] Here’s an in-depth explainer of Trump’s cabinet picks so far, people who range from “wolf in sheep’s clothing” to ACTUAL F*CKING WOLF WATCH THE F*CK OUT.
With just a few days into the new year, lawmakers in Alabama, Missouri, South Carolina, Virginia, Texas and Washington have introduced new bathroom bills they’re calling “privacy acts” and ensuring we have a long year of battles ahead of us.
Five days into the new year, as the GOP ramps up its trans-scapegoating rhetoric and legislation around the country, we once again begin counting the trans women’s lives taken by hate.
Some woke carols you should still know all the words to, a new ad campaign featuring trans models in Fort Lauderdale, good news for LGBTQ youth in Maine, a rabbi we can all believe in, a Mormon Tabernacle Choir member we can all believe in, and a dame we can all aspire to fall in love with. Happy Sunday Funday!
A video game with a lesbian main character, the trans girl who made history on the cover of Nat Geo, a cute proposal that included a bonus cute older lady watching in the background, and other links that will calm you down when you remember the world is ending.
North Carolina Republican lawmakers didn’t honor their word when they said they would repeal HB2 in full. Instead they delivered a half-assed deal that kinda repeals HB2 with a major stipulation.
When Donald Trump is sworn into office in January, two of the last three men to occupy the West Wing and control the largest military and nuclear arsenal on earth will have lost the popular vote.
In an apparent deal, the Charlotte city council voted to repeal an anti-discrimination ordinance in exchange for the Republican-led General Assembly’s promise to end HB2.