Joel and Henry Amador-Batten are still planning to take legal action against the airline.
"Because men were not approaching me in bars, I started to believe that that meant that I was not sexy," says Ryan Haddad, a self-proclaimed "hairy twink" with cerebral palsy.
Sherrell Faulkner becomes this year's 11th known trans homicide victim.
The out host discusses the significance of having gay representation in his dating show as well as the broader media landscape.
Yesterday we reported on gay journalist and PR manager Martyn Hett, who became the 10th named victim in the Manchester bombing. Apparently Hett was also a huge Mariah Carey fan and had met Carey, a moment he described in a YouTube video as “the… Read The post Mariah Carey Pays Tribute to Gay Manchester Bombing Victim Who Idolized Her appeared first on Towleroad.
A lesbian couple on Monday had a case heard to determine if Indiana’s law preventing them from both being named on their child’s birth certificate is discriminatory. Jackie and Lisa Phillips-Stackman’s case was heard by a three-judge...Show More Summary
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The previous time Charlotte hosted the NBA All-Star Game was 1991, and Michael Jordan was the game’s leading scorer. On his 56th birthday, Charlotte Hornets owner Jordan will host the 2019 All-Star Game, the biggest sporting e… Read The post Charlotte to Host 2019 NBA All-Star Game Following HB2 Repeal LGBT Advocates Saw as Sham appeared first on Towleroad.
Controversial Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Wednesday told a House Appropriations subcommittee that states should be allowed to set rules on whether or not schools can discriminate against students for any number of reasons, including sexual ori… Read The post Betsy DeVos is Fine with Letting States Discriminate Against LGBT Students: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
London-based gay adult film actor Kayden Gray (Men.com, Lucas, Tim Tales, etc.) came out as HIV-positive this week in a video posted to his YouTube account in which he talks about sex life, stigma, prevention, and how he contracted HIV...Show More Summary
The Hill reports: A Richmond, Va.-based federal appeals court on Thursday refused to reinstate President Trump’s ban on nationals from six majority-Muslim countries from entering the U.S., delivering a major blow to the Trump administration. Show More Summary
Tennis.com reports: Former tennis great and now Christian pastor Margaret Court says she will stop using Qantas “where possible” in protest over the Australian airline’s promotion of same-sex marriage. “I am disappointed that QantasShow More Summary
Media Matters reports: Conservative media are using Republican congressional candidate Greg Gianforte’s alleged assault against a reporter to push for ending early voting, because voters who have already cast their ballots in today’s election would not be able to consider the assault charge. Show More Summary
The Washington Post reports: President Trump’s drive to find a new FBI director has lost its “Joe-mentum.” Former senator Joseph I. Lieberman today withdrew his name from consideration for the post, citing a conflict of interest because his law firm colleague has signed on to help the White House with the Russia investigations. Show More Summary
Moments after his Brussels speech in which he attacked NATO leaders over their defense budgets, Trump brusquely shoved aside Montenegro Prime Minister Dusko Markovic in order to be seen standing in front of the group. After the shove, Trump adjusts his coat and preens for the cameras. Show More Summary
CNN reports: President Donald Trump, speaking in front of the heads of state of fellow NATO allies at the alliance’s new headquarters, called out member countries Thursday for not meeting their financial commitments. “Twenty-three of...Show More Summary
The Washington Examiner reports: President Trump Thursday ordered the Justice Department and other agencies to conduct a “complete review” of government leaks of sensitive information and hunt for culprits in the wake of a furor with Great Britain over publicly revealed intelligence. Show More Summary
For the sake of the veterans.
The New York Times reports: Ben Carson, the head of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, faced an intense backlash on Wednesday for calling poverty “a state of mind.” Mr. Carson, who oversees a department that handles housing...Show More Summary
The late-night summer series takes place June-September at the LA museum.
The South China Morning Post reports: The world’s largest gay social media app is now owned by the Chinese, after a little-known Beijing tech company agreed to acquire full control of America’s Grindr for US$240 million, and fully engage in its daily operations. Show More Summary