If Canada Dry doesn’t recognize gay couples as “modern” then what the hell is a “modern family”?
VIA AATTP – As companies like Coca-Cola scramble to find moral justification, ANY moral justification to continue their support of the Sochi 2014 Olympics in Russia, it’s videos like the one released by Queer Nation NY (see below) that keep the fire to Coca-Cola’s feet as they support the horrific and sweeping anti-LGBT “gay propaganda”…
You do not see a video like this every day, because quite frankly, there are not many people in this world with the stones big enough to do what one Louisiana trans woman did to protect the rights and freedoms of LGBT people in the city Shreveport.
He encouraged – hopefully unintentionally – a two-week-long “f*g bashing” in Monroe and around the world. He made me feel unsafe in my own home. I can’t count how many times I heard “f*ggot” over the Christmas visit home.
Beatings, assaults, gas attacks and the terrorizing of Russia’s LGBT community is falling on deaf ears and cold hearts within the IOC ahead of the Sochi 2014 games.
Forgiveness is a huge part of what it means to be queer, and it makes us better and stronger people in the end. We owe it to ourselves to give the Phelps sisters a second chance, despite what Queerty would have us do.
The ‘Gay Hunter’ video game developed in 2002 has made its way to Facebook, where you too can gun down naked gay men trying to rape you in the forest.
It’s time to start fighting back in each and every city, town, village and street around the world and no longer accept violence against the LGBT community as simply an unfortunate reality of our existence.
A cry for help from a Chicago teen has moved an entire Facebook community into action following a suicide note posted to social media by Have A Gay Day.
The letter an unsuspecting patron wrote to two actors posing as a gay couple with children will absolutely touch your heart.
The editorial board for western Canada’s largest student newspaper has blocked advertisements from The Salvation Army due to the religious organization’s anti LGBT policies.
A group of RCMP officers from British Columbia, Canada has come forward with their contribution to the It Gets Better Project with a touching and powerful video.
In what is called being “mollywhooped” (a demeaning term used for violence against women) the man is punched countless times on the floor before the attack subsides.
Could this be the worst email ever sent out to a group of unpaid writers by their Editor?
Apparently, he likes his Cheerios the same way he likes his homosexuals – flaming.