Yesterday was IDAHOT or International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. "The Day … Read More...
LGBT activists in Asia are celebrating a wonderful win yesterday — Taiwan legalized gay marriage, and in doing so, they made history by becoming the first place in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage. The Taiwanese constitutional court declared on Wednesday that the current marriage laws are “in violation of both the people’s freedom of marriage […]
Grant Morse, his husband, three kids, and the children’s grandmother (83) were turned away from Southwest Airlines’ “family boarding” privileges last weekend. Morse and his family were flying from Buffalo to Fort Lauderdale and when the gate agent called for family boarding, the family stepped up as they have done many times before. However, this […]
We loved when Hallmark came out with cards in celebration of gay marriage and same-sex parents for holidays like Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. And they’ve continued to show their support for the LGBTQ community with a new set of cards to celebrate transgender people when they transition. Renata Sancken came across the cards in […]
In an effort to be inclusive of all family types, Albert McMahon Elementary School in Mission, British Columbia, isn’t focusing on Mother’s Day or Father’s Day during school hours. They’ve cancelled an arts and crafts activity where kids make presents for their parents on these holidays, and are instead, leaving the holiday celebration up to […]
Last week, Governor Bill Haslam of Tennessee enacted a new law that says that laws should be interpreted in a “natural and ordinary” way. What exactly does “natural and ordinary” mean? “Without forced or subtle construction that would limit or extend the meaning of the language” says the bill. Well, this interpretation could cause a lot […]