Serbian LGBT activists have opened an information center to support September's Pride Week in Belgrade. The venue offers a history of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender movement in Serbia, along with practical details for the week's events which run from September 11, culminating with the Pride Parade on September 17.
Brought to us by Bud Light for #Pride2017, we have the unique opportunity to hear from a diverse set of voices, describing in their own words what LGBT Pride means to them!
June is a month for celebrations: not only for weddings but also commemorations of advances in civil rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities. Just as technology …
Check out some of our latest updates for June 2017, LGBTQ Pride Month around the world! We'll be in Southern California in June, both for Orange County Pride and to conduct a workshop focused on how to maximize your company's outreach on Twitter.
Also learn more about our #ILoveGay Ambassador program, as well as other LGBT business events coming to the US and Canada this summer.
On Saturday, about 200 people rallied in Brighton Beach to protest discrimination in what was described as the country’s first Russian-speaking march for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
When Taylor Ries’ prom was canceled after a fight over her desire to bring a same-sex date, some locals stepped in to hold it—in the name of LGBT inclusion.
London has lost many LGBT venues in recent years as rents skyrocket and property development accelerates. But with the mayor’s ‘night tsar’ and new spaces emerging, there are signs of revival for the capital’s queer nightlife
Barry Miller, an Orlando attorney, businessman and patron of the arts, is leading a drive to raise $1 million for a scholarship fund honoring the 49 whose lives were cut short.
For decades many have considered West Hollywood the gay capital of Los Angeles. While countless young homosexuals, including myself, have turned to WeHo to sow their wild oats, others have wished for an alternative. Especially as you enter your 30s (as I begrudgingly did last year), Santa Monica Boulevard sometimes feels a little too crazy.
Luckily for people like me, a new "gayborhood" has emerged in downtown Los Angeles. While divey Mexican gay bar the New Jalisco has been around for years, three new gay establishments all opened their doors in 2015: Bar Mattachine, Redline and Precinct. I went with some friends to check out the burgeoning downtown LGBTQ scene and explore how a night out in DTLA compares to Silver Lake and West Hollywood.
Reachel Benson sits in a chair in the living room, wearing a bright pink T-shirt and long hair draped across her shoulders. She tells the story of growing up. Animated at times, her voice becomes louder, more forceful — her hands in motion as she recalls trying to figure out who she was.
Benson is disappointed once again at the failure of North Dakota House Bill 1386, legislation that would have specifically banned discrimination against LGBT individuals in the state on matters from employment to service at a restaurant, with certain hiring and admission exceptions included for religious groups. The bill failed 22-69 in the North Dakota House on Feb. 10.
Pride St. Louis opened the new center just east of the Grove entertainment district
Bobby Cushman was a truck driver and then a Realtor. Then he was a truck driver and was a Realtor again.
From hotel lobbies to neighborhood dive bars, be sure to check out these local favorites.
Sweden offers so much to the gay traveller. Being gay in this Scandinavian nation has been legal since 1944, and next May they’ll also be celebrating eight years of equal marriage. So there’s no surprise that it is quite the destination for gay people to visit, despite the amazing landscapes, delicious food, great design and beautiful people, you’ll be sure to be greeted with a welcome across the country, from its cosmopolitan cities on the water, to its picturesque and quaint interiors.