YouTuber Explains Why His Vlog is Called “I’m Gay, White, & Racist”

Matthew Dempsey

By: Alex Temblador Those that grow up as members of the LGBT community in the United States have faced discrimination, whether it be the denial of certain rights because of a lack in equal rights laws or from homophobic or trans-phobic individuals and their actions or words. So as a member of the LGBT community, […]

Gay American Travelers Ask Spanish People To Translate Homophobic Letter

Spanish couple translates homophobic letter

By Alex Temblador Spain’s State Federation of Lesbian, Gays, Transsexuals, and Bisexuals just released a video for a new campaign called, #ConLaVozBienAlta, or #WithReallyLoudVoices. It features a young gay American couple (actors) that have just arrived to Madrid, Spain, and are trying to find their hostel. Neither one of them speaks or understands Spanish. The […]

OUT on The Mountain, an LGBT Private Party at Six Flags

Out on the mountain

Get your gay thrills on with lots of rides, dance music, entertainment, and fun. It’s the eighth anniversary of this Six Flags Magic Mountain private party for the LGBTQ community. The party is closed to the general public for this special gay and gay-friendly event (no regular tickets or season passes accepted)! All ages. Doors […]

Madonna Stands Up for LGBT Rights In Russia

Madonna stands for LGBT

By Alex Temblador Russia has been in the news lately when it comes to LGBT rights. First, we learned that the World Cup will be hosted in Russia in 2018 which caused a backlash among many well-known LGBT soccer players like Robbie Rogers. With Russia’s anti-gay laws and intense homophobia, Robbie Rogers has even stated […]

NCLR Launches Campaign To Reform State Parenting Laws

LGBT parents

By The Seattle Lesbian  Tuesday the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) launched its #Equality4Families campaign to raise awareness about the need to reform state laws so that they fully protect LGBT parents’ rights to care for their children. The campaign launch comes on the heels of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court freedom to marry victory, […]

Video Shows That LGBT Discrimination in the Workplace is Real

LGBT workplace discrimination

By Alex Temblador LGBT discrimination occurs in many areas of life. With the recent legalization of same-sex marriage in the U.S., the LGBT rights movement is looking in a new direction: laws that protect the LGBT community from discrimination in the workplace, medical, housing, and in public spaes. We’ve all heard a story about LGBT […]

Sisters Born of the Same Sperm: I Used a Disney Movie to Define Donor Siblings

Donor siblings

By: Amber Leventry “Hey, Eva,” I said to my daughter a few nights ago. “Want to spend Thanksgiving with Molly, Ethan, and the kids?” My partner, Amy, and I had just made a plan to visit the couple who used the same anonymous sperm donor as we did to build their family of five. “Yeah, […]

5,000 Naked Kenyans May Protest Obama’s Views on Homosexuality

Obama in Kenya

By Alex Temblador   Obama will be arriving in Kenya, his ancestral home, today as part of a two-nation tour in Africa, with a trip to Ethiopia to follow. However, his arrival may be met with 5,000 naked Kenyans, a protest against Obama’s support of the LGBT community. The Republican Liberty Party is very anti-LGBT […]

The Pitcairn Islands Legalized Same-Sex Marriage Without Any Gay Couples

Same sex marriage pitcarin islands

On May 5, 2015, the Pitcairn Islands legalized same-sex marriage. With the passage of the Same Sex Marriage and Civil Partnership Ordinance of 2015, the Pitcairn Islands changed the definition of marriage to “marriage means the union of two people regardless of their sex, sexual orientation or gender identity.” The Pitcairn Islands are a British […]