What the hell is going on?
I have been ruminating over what to write in honor of LGBTQIA Pride. I wanted to put out some long overdue favorite people, artists, reviews, and recommendations for fiction and music. The following list and thoughts are in no particular order of rank or preference.
What do you say to those who think this is crude or inappropriate? I would say that it definitely is. This site is just a
"I think this referendum will be won by the mothers of Ireland," Carey told broadcaster RTE, saying his sexuality caused
According to an Ipsos poll for Reuters, only 5 percent of Japanese say they know someone who is LGBT, compared to 60 or 70
Fischer, whose anti-LGBT declarations have become a near-weekly staple of his "Focal Point" radio show, took to the airwaves
Pocan reiterated his frustration and urged a shift in focus right now among LGBT activists to this fall’s mid-term elections
His coming out was hailed in political and intellectual circles. Lima's mayor Susana Villaran congratulated Bruce for being
Despite Gov. Jan Brewer's Veto, Most Arizona Businesses Still Have a 'License to Discriminate' Against LGBT People
Even today, without S.B. 1062, businesses can still turn away LGBT customers in the 86 Arizona municipalities that do not have any LGBT protections on the books. Nevertheless, this fact seems lost in the media and among LGBT activists.
On Monday last, Jimmy LaSalvia, who co-founded the U.S. Republican LGBT group, GOProud, announced on his website that he has left the Republican Party, and has become independent.
My discomfort and concern when watching the Rose Parade marriage ceremony stems from my understanding of the Stonewall rebellion as an impetus for revolutionary change within an overridingly oppressive social structure, as opposed to mere reform, accommodation, or assimilation.
HuffPost Gay Voiced editor Noah Michelson joins HuffPost Live to discuss his blog post, "Why I Never Want To Be Just Like Straight People."
What's got me so despondent (and dramatic)? A couple of recent blog posts that appeared on HuffPost Gay Voices, lamenting, worrying about or lashing out at queers (like me) who don't want to live a heteronormative life.
Political differences can be hard to overcome. However, is there more you could be doing to see the human part of the people
Bettel replaces Jean-Claude Juncker, who was until Wednesday the European Union's longest-serving head of government, with
Meghan McCain's new show, "Raising McCain," which is carried on the recently launched millenial-geared network Pivot, features
Sarria, who was more widely known around San Francisco as Empress Jose I, The Widow Norton, ran for a seat on the San Francisco