Our friend Amanda Cohen feels comedians are having a hard time dealing with the current political situation because this administration is already such a joke it’s hard to find a new twist to the humor. But hey, if we can’t joke about politics, you can always laugh about silly umlauts or their gross sounding doppelgangers diaereses
Watch the Colin Whitake-directed clip ahead of ANOHNI's PARADISE EP release on March 17.
The former Olympian told President Trump, "Call me."
It's actually not even a reversal, contends the White House press secretary.
The trans model and artist responsed to Trump's new bathroom guidelines in a candid video.
The Republican reality star sent a message to Trump via Twitter, denouncing the administrations revocation of guidelines for trans kids and telling him, "Call me."
They had comebacks after a far-right activist couldn't — or wouldn't — say if they should be forced to use men's restrooms.
"You made a promise to protect the LGBTQ community. Call me."
The ride-sharing company is in damage control mode after a female former employee blogged about alleged institutionalized sexual harassment.
Guess this isn't Trump's America, after all.
The Pulitzer finalist playwright and author of a new, queer graphic novel talks travel.
"The only way will win in Trump’s America is by living."
The Trump administration contacted the FBI asking it to publicly dispute reports about communications between Trump’s associates and Russia during the 2016 campaign, CNN reports: White House officials had sought the help of the bureau...Show More Summary
The Arkansas Supreme Court has struck down a Fayetteville ordinance that sought to ban discrimination on the basis of a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity. The court determined that the ordinance contravened state law, namely Act 13… Read The post Arkansas Supreme Court Strikes Down Fayetteville’s LGBT Protections appeared first on Towleroad.
Democrats in the Georgia House unveiled a sweeping civil rights bill on Thursday that would protect LGBT people and others from discrimination in housing, employment and public accommodations.
Law Newz reports: A group of law professors have filed a misconduct complaint against Kellyanne Conway, claiming that she violated the Rules of Professional Conduct for attorneys by giving false statements to the media. Fifteen professors...Show More Summary
The gay Silicon Valley mogul heads up a company that's long helped the NSA compile information on Americans, according to a new report.
The kids who need the most protection are the ones Trump is deliberately endangering.
"I have put my tears, guts and memories into this body of work."