Johnny Skandros, the founder of the gay social app Scruff, used Facebook to publicly shame a customer who did not reply to a dinner invitation.
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.
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.
There’s something rotten in Yemen.
The new drug has been chemically modified to be 40 times stronger than heroin and 80 times stronger than morphine.
The letter an unsuspecting patron wrote to two actors posing as a gay couple with children will absolutely touch your heart.
Kayla Bourque killed her family pets, and spoke of wanting to kill homeless people before being arrested.
A man was tasered by two police officers after trying to protect his home from a fire with a garden hose. The 50,000 volts sent through his body, were apparently to protect him.
Yes, you heard that right, six Italian scientists are going to jail for not being able to accurately predict earthquakes.
A shocking and disturbing undercover video was released yesterday by Mercy For Animals showing countless acts of violence against dairy cows at a major Burger King dairy supplier in Idaho.
A tweet sent out by Michael Vick on his Twitter account on October 4th, has animal advocates asking, does Michael Vick have a new dog?
Pauline Marois is set to destroy something beautiful, and her name is Quebec.
Given the severity of the video, and the injuries inflicted, it was the opinion of the SPCA that kitten likely did not survive.
The following is an article I wrote on the day of the 2011 Canadian election that still rings true today. Robo-calling, slick tricks and pushing the envelope of legality, compliments of Stephen Harper and the Conservatives: In an interview this morning with Bill Good on CKNW in Vancouver, Stephen Harper openly campaigned for the Conservative Party of…
At least three articles informing Canadians about the proposed “Bill C-51” more formally called the “Lawful Access” law have suddenly been taken down from Canadian news sites. The proposed bill will allow the Canadian government to require internet service providers to monitor and log the online and cellular activities of their customers and will give…