Subaru of America, Inc. today proudly announced its partnership with PFLAG, a national organization uniting families, allies, and people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ), for the Cultivating Respect: Safe Schools for All program. Since 2015, Subaru has partnered with PFLAG National and its network of chapters across the country to ensure that all youth – regardless of their family background or personal identity – are welcomed and accepted at school.
Gay pride events across the country have become the stage for a battle over what the gay-rights movement’s priorities should be.
Organizers who have spent months planning celebrations are at odds with those who think the political situation demands a recasting of priorities.
“Our rage and our joy aren’t at odds with each other; they’re both integral to our history, our present, our future.”
As New York's Pride week kicks off, attendees may see displays of division within the LGBT community. #NoJusticeNoPride, an LGBTQ+ group whose blockade of the Capital Pride Parade in Washington, D.C., drew national headlines and mixed reactions from parade-goers June 10, plans to do it again at New York's parade June 25.
Philadelphia has unveiled a new pride flag with black and brown stripes to represent LGBT people of color.
When I realized I’d never jump in the sky and fly away like the mythical African slaves in that old folktale, which was also around the time I figured Michael Jackson would never come to the projects and take me away in a rocket limo, I begrudgingly accepted my sexuality. I was still a child, a precocious one, about eight or nine years old who lived inside his overactive and always vivid imagination. I didn’t know what “gay” really meant, but I gathered from the casual and mean-spirited homophobia at home and in the working-class neighborhoods we shuffled in and out of that being “that way” or a “faggot” was a sin and shame.
I see a lot working the door at gay bars in Los Angeles. Twice, patrons taught me what it really means to have a community.
Mrs. White, kindly collect the flames on the side of your face and breathless, heaving breaths and take a hike. The Golden Girls edition of Clue is coming, and it’s the only board game we’ll ever need from here on out. A decidedly lighter riff than the original bloody murder mystery, this version finds the player …
From Los Angeles to Chicago to Salt Lake City and beyond PASSPORT Magazine uncovers the top emerging neighborhoods favored by LGBT communities.
For years Ashleigh Buch hid the fact that she was transgender. The Offutt airman reported to work each day as a man, telling colleagues little about her life. Off the base, in her Omaha apartment, above, she lived as a woman, donning wigs over the hair she kept trimmed short. But as part of a wave of social change to hit the military, the Air Force instructor’s days of appearing one way at work and another at home are over.
RuPaul has been named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People, which released their annual list of pioneers, icons, leaders, leaders and artists today. “The iconic host, advocate, drag queen, singer, model, actor and author is a trailblazer who continues to break down barriers in a career that spans over 25 years,” Time said …
A new video reveals how non-sexual intimacy can change people's lives.
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As a high school student, Brian Wenke was harassed and bullied before he even realized he was gay.