Like Bruce Willis drilling himself into the core of an evil asteroid, Third Eye Blind performed to a sea of GOPers at a charity concert in Cleveland last night with the apparent intention of pissing everyone off.
On Saturday, at a Washington breakfast hosted by the Human Rights Campaign, Vice President Joe Biden and prospective President Hillary Clinton both gave impassioned speeches in support of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Americans—and our stalwart veep managed to squeeze in a rock solid republican diss, too.
Less than a mile from the Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk’s office, where Kim Davis had made her last stand against gay marriage, my partner and I picked out wedding cupcakes at Artsy Tartsy, a bakery that also happens to sell home decor and children’s dresses. On the table in front of us, still in its protective brown…
“Tel Aviv Pride is the biggest pride parade in Asia,” boomed Olof Lavesson, a member of Swedish parliament, in a keynote address at the 40 Years of Pride global conference in Tel Aviv last Thursday. The audience laughed.
During an interview with BBC’s Newsnight, Patrick Stewart defended an Irish bakery who refused to decorate a cake to say “Support Gay Marriage,” due to their religious beliefs. The actor called it “a deliciously difficult subject” because he found himself on the side of the bakers. “I would support their rights to…
If there’s one thing I admire in a person, it’s serious pajama game. Like Katy Perry, who had a picture of her dog’s face made into a pattern that now emblazons a pair of silk jammies, as a person on top of their PJ game would and should.
In a pretty major move, the the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints just announced it would back some very specific anti-discrimination legal protections for gays and lesbians.
Ellen DeGeneres told a loudmouth religious right anti-gay zealot to have a seat and oh what a glorious seat it was.
Today the Health and Human Services Advisory Committee on Blood & Tissue Safety & Availability (I hope they shortened that for the letterhead) voted to relax the current federal policies on gay men donating blood.
Half a million assholes flooded the streets of Paris and Bordeaux this weekend in protest of scientific reproductive assistance for gay families who wish to have children.
A California high school recently banned the sale of Chick-fil-A due to their stance on gay rights and marriage equality.
Panic! At the Disco found a great way to respond to a hate group that targeted them for protest this weekend.
Since 1983, the FDA has banned gay and bisexual men from donating blood. It's a ridiculous, outdated and stigmatizing practice; today, the National Gay Blood Drive hopes to draw attention to the fact that such a shitty policy still exists and to call for change.
Nash Grier, a teenage Vine star who earlier this year made a mockery of your film studies degree by inking a movie deal, has offered a tepid apology for posting a video to the web wherein he blamed the spread of AIDS on "fags." Color me surprised that a kid whose art is characterized by hacky jokes about women and…
On Friday, an Alabama appeals court struck down a law banning consensual oral and anal sex between unmarried persons. All over the state, people celebrated by continuing to mind their own goddamn sex-business in the privacy of their own homes.
Attorney General Eric Holder came down hard on the Boy Scouts' ban on gay troop leaders, declaring their policy promotes "the worst kind of stereotypes" about the LGBT community.
Today in news that made me cry quietly at my desk, the Idaho State Veterans cemetery has refused to allow a Navy veteran to be buried beside the love of her life because of the state's ban on same-sex marriage — which is sad and stupid and endlessly infuriating. In response, a fellow veteran has offered up his plot so…
A South Carolina college cancelled a satirical play called "How to Be a Lesbian" because it was accused of being gay "indoctrination."
Today in news that will shock no one: according to a leading online pornslinger Pornhub, states that lead the country in watching dudes get it on also lead the country in enacting anti-gay policies. Hating gays is perhaps the gayest thing a person can do.
After years of legal wrangling, a Texas school district has coughed up a $77,500 settlement to a former student, who was allegedly outed to her mother by a pair of softball coaches.