GOP representative Vicky Hartzler has introduced a resolution in the U.S. House calling on Congress to kill a bill passed by the Washington, D.C. City Council that would ban discrimination against LGBT students in religious schools
GLSEN's annual anti-bullying Day Of Silence is today and as in years past hate groups nationwide are urging parents to keep their kids out of school. Save California is pitching this year's Day Of Silence as an opportunity for parents to "experience the joys and freedoms of homeschooling for at least a day."
Big Blue has again waded into the RFRA battle, this time with a letter to Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal: IBM has made significant investments in Louisiana including most recently a technology services delivery center in Baton Rouge, creating new jobs for Louisiana workers. Show More Summary
The Family Research Council apparently doesn't like the publicity garnered by its vicious 21-day marriage fast prayers, the last of which opened with a scripture that suggested that it might be better to drown gay parents than have children grow up in such a household. Show More Summary
Antonio Martinez models the neon accents and assets missing from your drawer in the latest Underwear Expert exclusive shoot by Jerrad Matthew. Neon underwear may not be every man’s idea of fun and sexy, but that’s what the bright, saturated splashes boil down to – sexy fun, and with energy to boot. Sometimes it’s a charming flash to accent a pair’s fabric. […]
Via AdWeek: Star Wars: Episode VII doesn't hit theaters until December, but the parade of marketing around the movie has already begun. Quiznos today is launching a parody ad on YouTube that playfully mashes up the film franchise with another flick—the movie version of the HBO show Entourage due out in June. Show More Summary
Our pop culture highlights list this week includes the the modelings of Magic Mike, the horror of being Unfriended, and the wherq-ings of The Prancing Elites Project. read more
The Advocate spoke with RuPaul's Drag Race's Max after she sashayed away. read more
Response to White House support of a conversion therapy ban has erased the trans girl who inspired the proposed law. read more
The country's beleaguered LGBT students still need Day of Silence, explains GLSEN's Camille Beredjick. read more
The trans man's former public defender says he hasn't seen a discrepancy like this in 25 years of practicing law. Meanwhile, an assistant DA admits the sentence was 'not proper.' read more
In this excerpt from Henry Vinson's new memoir, Confessions of a D.C. Madam, the writer describes how the government threw the book at him for operating a gay sex ring in 1980s Washington. read more
One of the hardest working queens is undoubtedly Peaches Christ who puts on big budget shows that feature many beloved drag queens. Sounds like a pretty amazing life to you! Still, even with all the splendiferousness, Peaches keeps a...Show More Summary
“Ghost Town” is coming.
"[I'm] vulnerable, scared, confused… I think every emotion I could possibly feel at the time it was happening."
Authorities did not respond to calls for help for nearly an hour.
Angie's List CEO Bill Oesterle says he's dedicated his career to two things: Indiana and Angie's List. But in the wake of the state's controversial 'religious freedom' law, he says 'I can't do both.' read more
Some couples are losing out on Social Security and Veterans' benefits because they live in a state that doesn't recognize their union; a Senate vote, while not binding, marks an attempt to right that wrong. read more
In January the French government nominated Laurent Stefani, an openly gay man, to serve as France’s ambassador to the Vatican. Before being considered for the position Stefani acted as chief of protocol to François Hollande. He had also previously served...
Sexual orientation is not "shorthand for certain kinds of actions." Obviously. Sexual orientation is a scientifically recognized sexual identity relating to human beings and the gender to which we are attracted. If you are going to talk about homosexuality, the...