A perfect cast. Celebrity cameos. Internet-ready one-liners. Silly social commentary. We need Will, Grace, Karen, and Jack back on our screens.
The Mormon Church changed its handbook to treat same sex marriages, and the children of those families, in the vilest of ways. Now some who fought for marriage equality are speaking out against religious bashing as well.
LeRon Barton had a hard time understanding what many gay men and trans folks experienced… until he watched this video.
“Do not support Big Gay!! Do your shopping at small, local gays instead!! #DownWithBigGay #SupportLocalGays” – Kalimah Priforce
This cute Tide commercial featuring a gay couple was pulled in the USA.
Benjamin O’Keefe explains that for every story of a person writing slurs on the door of a gay couple, there is one of a father smiling while watching his son openly embrace a boy he cares for.
The You Can Play campaign has brought together all the major professional sports in Australia to make their sports welcome to lesbian, gay and bisexual people.
Should some terms be off-limits? Tim Jones-Yelvington explains why it matters, as exemplified by the Ru-Paul’s Drag Race controversy.
When I see the love and acceptance in ads like this one by Honey Maid, all I can think is, “What if Matthew Shepard had been born today?”
The best thing we can do is to refrain from contributing to the farce that Sochi embodies the best of humanity.
Pope Francis’ attitude towards homosexual priests is the first step on the path to healing the relations between the Catholic church and the LGBT community. But there’s still more work to do.
“I am a person of color and I am gay, and I live within a LGBTQ community that seems to not be able to reconcile that.”
Tom Gualtieri explains that we march for diversity. Not only for our own civil rights but for yours.
For queer high school students everything isn’t always easy or simple. Thankfully a lot of schools are embracing and celebrating LGBT students
Kile Ozier knows how risky it is to come out as gay, but he believes it’s time to close the (r)evolutionary gap.
When Mark Carson was gunned down last week in Greenwich Village, Jeff Nishball felt like his home was violated. But he knows he cannot let fear stop him from being himself.