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5 Bisexual Men Share Their Experiences With Discrimination

“I remember once hearing a friend say, “I could never date a bisexual man. I’m afraid he would always need to fulfill his other needs that I couldn’t provide for him.” which basically implies that bisexual men can’t be faithful or monogamous.” More »


Transgender Bathroom Rights Will Soon Be Extended To Federal Facilities

On top of employees, the directive will also apply to anyone who enters federal courthouses, Social Security offices, or any federal building. More »


Trans Girl’s Survival Guide: 3 Essential Tips For Your First Shopping Trip

Transitioning is also about learning all new ways of expressing oneself in public, including through clothes. When I finally tried on my first pair of women’s jeans in a dressing room, it felt incredible. The way they fit around my hips and thighs made me feel so feminine. More »


Belize’s Supreme Court Struck Down The Country’s Anti-Gay Law From Colonial Days

LGBTQ rights group Unibam, which first challenged the ancient law, made the initial announcement on Twitter, writing, “We won on all counts. Speechless. Omg. Speechless.” More »


My Love Letter To Sporty Spice, My Queer Idol Before I Knew I Needed One

Once I was out as someone who liked girls, I was outThe emotions gushed out of the floodgates and the little girl who used to be there found a home in me again. She was still sporty. And she liked girls now. More »


I’m A Queer Black Woman And This Is How White Girls Use Me, Even When They Love Me

We had fun together, these girls and I. We bonded. We got close. But we could never truly love each other because they absolutely refused to see me for who I was. I was just their Black Friend. And then, well, I became their Black Gay Friend. More »


On The Powerful (And Unavoidable) Intersection Of Queerness And Witchcraft

Both witches and queer folks have been labeled as outsiders due to the way we choose to live our lives. Being out of the closet, unashamed, and celebrating our power remains an act of bravery in the face of prejudice. More »


Sarah McBride Was The First Openly Transgender Person To Address A National Party Convention

“Will we be a nation where there’s only one way to love, one way to look, one way to live?” she asked the crowd. More »


5 Bisexual Women Share Their Experiences With Discrimination

To get a better glimpse into the discrimination that bisexual women are still facing, I spoke with five of my female friends who identify as bisexual to find out how people around them treat them differently just because they’re bi.  More »


10 States Sue The Obama Administration Over Transgender Bathroom Rules

Overall, 21 states have now taken legal action opposing transgender students’ rights to use the bathroom of the gender they identify with. More »


Pope Francis Says The Church Should Apologize To LGBTQ People And Women

But don’t expect the Pope to fully support LGBTQ people’s rights in the church anytime soon. More »


Stonewall Inn Becomes A National Monument Days Before NYC Pride

The White House announced Friday that the historic Stonewall Inn will be a national monument, along with the surrounding New York City area where the 1969 riots took place. This is a pretty big deal, considering it’s the first national dedication to LGBTQ rights. “Stonewall will be our first national monument to tell the story of the… More »


8 Countries Where Pride Week Still Couldn’t Happen — And What Would Happen If They Tried

While so many people around the world throw extravagant parties to recognize the LGBTQ community, it’s important to remember that not everyone shares the same freedoms. More »


One Brave Man Is Abstaining From Sex For A Year To Protest FDA Blood Donation Bans On Gay Men

The regulations make no sense on so many levels. More »


6 Incredible Women Working For LGBTQ Rights You Need To Know About

Women are running the fight for LGBT equality. More »


A Definitive Ranking Of The Most LGBTQ-Friendly Mayors Of Major U.S. Cities

Let’s give them a big round of applause, learn from the awesome examples they’re setting in their respective states, and start packing up our apartments to move to one of their cities. More »


On The Power Of #SayTheirNames: What America’s Victims Of Mass Violence Have In Common

for America, what happened in Orlando is a reminder that toxic masculinity doesn’t just kill — it kills the same kinds of people over and over again. When we say their names, we’re not just memorializing our brothers. We’re screaming that we’ve had enough.More »


Prince William Covers Attitude Magazine And Meets With LGBTQ Community About Homophobic Bullying

It’s a difficult task to know your place as a straight ally to the LGBTQ community following the horrific mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando over the weekend. The best and most important thing to do is shut up and listen. It’s not about you — it’s about them and their stories, experiences, and… More »


30 States Still Allow Employment Discrimination For LGBTQ People

Yep, people can still legally be turned down for a job or fired because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. More »


John Oliver Talked About The Orlando Shooting On ‘Last Week Tonight’ & It Was Sad As Shit Like Everything Else

“I will happily embrace a Latin night at a gay club in the theme park capital of the world as the ultimate symbol of what is truly wonderful about America.” More »


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