The days of taking Truvada once-a-day may soon be over. Past research has claimed that daily use of PrEP can dramatically lower one’s chances of being infected with HIV. Now, two new studies support those claims, but one of the studies takes it a step further. 500 gay men in the U.K. participated in a study retest the effectiveness of taking the standard, […]
The Queen of the skies talks chicken or beef — and other hot-button travel issues read more
As usual, HBO Looking actress Lauren Weedman stole the show. read more
Via the Associated Press: Majority Leader Mitch Carmichael says there's "no way" the Senate will consider a proposal to nullify local ordinances that protect gay and transgender people from housing and employment discrimination. The Jackson County Republican made the remarks Thursday to the AP. Show More Summary
Opening with the music of Avicii (How au courant, Francine!), homocon radio shrieker Tammy Bruce joined today's CPAC panel on how to expand the conservative base. Her bit starts at 13:00 with the declaration that she used to be a liberal, but now knows the truth.
UPDATE: All the homocons have the sadz.
As we've previously reported, Texas State Rep. Cecil Bell, Jr. is not happy with the idea of gay marriage coming to his state and wants to move to punish any county clerks that issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples by...
Conversion therapy, the practice where patients try to be "cured" of their homosexuality or "wrong" gender identification, has long since been discredited and deemed harmful. And yet, poor souls brought up in environments where they are taught to despise themselves...
Twitter users from all over the world joined the people of Rome this week standing up with humor against an antigay invasion threat, allegedly from ISIS. read more
A man has been arrested in connection with Deshawnda Sanchez's murder, which occurred during a suspected robbery in December. read more
New Hampshire Republicans oppose protections for businessman Dan Innis's family but apparently support his fiscal policies. read more
"No one—whether government or corporate—should control free open access to the Internet," said Federal Communications Chair Chair Tom Wheeler today after the FCC approved net neutrality in a 3-2 vote. Turns out Andrew "I don't like mens no more" Caldwell...
The Escapist, for the unfamiliar, is an online magazine dedicated to pop culture with a very strong focus on video games. Earlier this week Alexander "Archon" Macris, GM & SVP of Alloy Digital, the parent company of The Escapist, ha...
It wasn't long ago (pre-2011) that Lisa and her wife Massy were forced to hide their relationship from Lisa's Army family. With DADT and DOMA now out of the way, however, the two have embarked on a new chapter in...
According to research carried out by The Albert Kennedy Trust (AKT), a whopping 24 percent of homeless youth living in the United Kingdom identify as LGBTQI. The study, which consisted of a 36-question survey distributed to 473 housing providers across England, Scotland and Wales, aimed to get a clearer picture of the experience of queer homeless youth […]
Via TechCrunch: As expected, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed new net neutrality regulations today on a vote of 3-2, with the Commission’s two Democratic appointees joining Chairman Tom Wheeler in voting yes. The Commission’s two Republican-appointed members both voted no. Show More Summary
Buzzfeed reporter J. Lester Feder today examined the complex and rapidly changing status of same-sex marriage across Mexico's 31 states. Courts in more than two-thirds of Mexico’s 31 states have granted same-sex couples the right toShow More Summary