Adolescent girls and young women continue to be at unacceptably high risk for HIV infection. UNAIDS estimates that 7,500 girls and young women, 10 to 24 years of age, become infected with HIV every week, with the highest rates in southern and eastern Africa. Show More Summary
(PG-13 Language, Spoilers) Greg and Lou’s sketch imagines the unseen side of Game of Thrones – the men behind the battles who ensure they stay on budget and on time. Looks like Hardhome pushed the White Walkers way over plan.
The obsession with old New York City continues, reignited after spotting a collection of Frank Horvat photographs on website Flashbak. We feature Horvat’s work below, along with images from other photographers who spent their careers capturing the tenor of the city’s colorful past, pre-Disneyfication. Show More Summary
In a video posted to Twitter by Hillary Clinton, former Congressman Barney Frank shares the story of marching in the 2000 NYC Pride Parade with the current presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
Pop star Rachel Platten opened Logo's Trailblazer Honors with her hit song "Stand By You," as the names and photos of those who tragically lost their lives in the horrific Orlando attack were displayed on the screen.
Pride is sort of like every holiday rolled into one. We dress up like its Halloween (though arguably there’s only one costume theme), we celebrate love like it’s Valentine’s day, the excitement is so high you’d think it was Christmas and we eat like it’s Thanksgiving. Ha! Kidding — who eats during Pride? Also just [...]
Kimberly Jean Bailey Davis. Daughter of Ray and Joan Bailey. Wife… and ex-wife… and wife of Joe Davis, who she married then divorced then married again. Mother of four (two out of wedlock). Born-again Christian. Fashion victim. Gay hater. Related: Kim Davis Is Trying To Rewrite Her Antigay History The 50-year-old, thrice-divorced Rowan County clerk has fallen into [...]
It’s been nearly two weeks since the massacre at the Pulse nightclub, and it’s worth asking whether Republicans actually took the virulent hatred on display in military-style assault to heart and started questioning their own attitudes toward the LGBT community. Show More Summary
I want them to stand out from a crowd based on their character and inherent goodness, not based on a series of checkmarks on a resume. The post I Couldn’t Care Less If My Boys Grow Up To Be Successful appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Men are fearless. We’re never scared; we never experience fear. The post 5 Fears Men Try to Hide From the World appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Drop by The Awesomer Shop now for a chance to win a Sony PlayStation 4 game console, along with Naughty Dog’s absolutely stellar cinematic adventure shooter Uncharted 4. Share with your friends for bonus entries. (Contest ends 8/1/1...
Golchi has three compartments, two of which are insulated, so it can hold two different drinks at once plus a small amount of food, powder, etc. You can also use the insulated compartments as a single container or on their own, with or without the third compartment.
Earlier this week, Art F City tipped us off to a fun interview from Baltimore news station WJZ in 1986 featuring The Cure. The interviewer asks Cure fans why they love black and admits to being a stuffed shirt before asking what their parents think about their goth look. Singer Robert Smith also begrudgingly makes […]
Two different police officers proposed to their boyfriends during London Gay Pride this weekend.
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley showed up to London Gay Pride dressed as their iconic characters Patsy and Edina this weekend.
A lady who was house sitting for an elderly couple was told by the residents to keep the doors locked so the “Gorilla People” couldn’t get in. It wasn’t long until she had 3 sightings of the visitors.
IMAX crew accidentally films a bigfoot. Skeptics claim it's only a crew member wearing a backpack, but we see where this CAN'T be a crew member, unless he's a giant, an Olympic sprinter and travels with his pet monkey (you'll see :) So you thought it was a bear, a crew-member in the shot or just some spectator that got caught on camera? Hear firsthand from the man who filmed it.
The bluegrass musician Ralph Stanley, who died Thursday evening, at the age of eighty-nine, leaves behind an enormously influential—and just plain enormous—body of work. As one half of the Stanley Brothers, a band on the short list of bluegrass originators, he recorded more than three hundred songs over two decades, ending in 1966. Show More Summary
I wrote about an encounter with Bill Cunningham a long time ago, and still remember his telling me, “Listen, chile, who has time to worry about that when there’s so much to photograph?” And eight years later, and now eighty minutes or...Show More Summary