Which rights are we in danger of losing? How do we prioritize where to concentrate our efforts?
Enough Trump is enough Trump for these five right wingers, who hopefully will lead the way for more Trump dumping.
Why would two gay men, with everything at stake, vote for Trump, notorious homophobe, racist, xenophobe, womanizer and no friend of the LGBTQ community? Watch, if you can stomach it.
We can and must stop Donald Trump.
Trump also doesn’t seem to bear us the animosity that he does immigrants, women or–well, it’s a long list. If anything, he’s broken from the Republican line just by promising to protect the LGBTQ community (in his own weird phrasing).
Once upon a time not so long ago, Republicans ordered investigations into the “homosexual problem” in our government. The times, they aren’t a changing.
The letter he never thought would bring him peace during the worst turmoil of his life, finally set one gay man free.
National Coming Out Day is an opportunity for all people, regardless of orientation, to heal the world.
As a society, we have come a long way, but we still have far to travel.
A Cautionary Critique
An activist remembering early struggles for LGBTQ liberation stands in solidarity with Orlando.
Prom night is about warming hearts and strengthening relationships when you get down to the brass tacks. These folks accomplished the goal.
Is the idea of ‘heteroflexibility’ as a way to be more accepting of fluid masculine sexuality doing more harm than good for LGBTQ identities?
Why are straight people always picturing gay couples having sex?
What is a matter of opinion and what is a conflict of interest/human rights issue?
How one Ugandan man came out and stood up for human rights.