Pride parades are generally colorful, sweaty, raucous celebrations of LGBT rights—and this weekend’s parades held in New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, and Seattle were even more so, given the Supreme Court’s legalization of same-sex marriage on June 26.
Only days before New York City’s pride celebrations begin, the city’s Landmark Preservation Commission has voted to grant the Stonewall Inn, site of the 1969 Stonewall riots, landmark status, making it the first NYC landmark granted this status for its contribution to LGBT history.
Hey dudes. It’s Rainbow Time.
Let's get one thing straight right from the beginning. You don't love "The Gays" and neither do I. And that's okay. Really, you can stop saying it now.
This weekend saw Pride celebrations festivities all around the country and the world. Take a gander, and share some of your own Pride moments!
Just in time for many Pride weeks/events/partying across the world, DJ Cat spins some serious Sound Rainbows (I just made that up, but it is totally a real thing now, just believe me, okay!) in this new animated music video.
Twitter based campaign 27GO promotes public hand holding amongst same-sex couples in Japan on the 27th of each month.
Taste the rainbow, motherfuckers.
If all goes according to plan, come November, Wisconsin Rep. Tammy Baldwin will become the first openly LGBT person elected to the US Senate. But if all goes according to the, uh, Chick-fil-A agenda of one of her opponent's top aides, Baldwin will be defeated, because this one time in 2010, she danced onstage at a gay…
The U.S. military took "a giant leap in the right direction" according to Executive Director of San Diego Pride Dwayne Crenshaw when it announced Thursday that gay military personnel would be allowed to wear their uniforms at San Diego's LGBT Pride Festival and Parade this Saturday. The announcement came from the…
You might think that gay pride parades and the Mormon Church would go together like, well, gay people and Mormons, but something unusual happened in Salt Lake City yesterday that proved otherwise. Almost 300 Mormons marched in the city's gay pride parade and showed their support with signs that said things like "God…
Hong Kong residents are already pretty color-happy, so when you think "Hong Kong Gay Pride Parade," you'd be silly not to want to go to there.
If you're one of the 823 couples who entered a lottery to get married this Sunday, congratulations! You've won!
The Utah Democratic Party has voted "overwhelmingly" in favor of electing co-founder of Equality Utah and the Utah Pride Center, Jim Dabakis, as their new chairman.
Cambridge, Massachusetts has decided to offer a stipend to married gay workers who face an additional federal income tax that married heterosexual workers do not have to pay.
A 74-year-old woman was arrested for assault at a Pride event this weekend. Her crime: kissing a preacher on the cheek.
In a new study, women found happy, smiling men less attractive than those who appear proud or ashamed. Guys, on the other hand, are not so into proud ladies.
After hearing that the Westboro Baptist Church wanted to picket last night's show, comedian Lisa Lampanelli said that for every person who showed up to protest, she would donate $1,000 to charity Gay Men's Health Crisis, "the nation's oldest HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care services provider":
One of CNN's news anchors has decided to come out, but it's not the one you're probably thinking of. In his upcoming memoir, Don Lemon, the network's weekend prime-time anchor, reveals that he's homosexual.
As of this morning, a historic 106 openly gay candidates have been elected to office this year.