Some Republicans in Florida are currently trying to repeal the state’s gay adoption ban. Rubio, the Florida senator and presidential candidate, hasn’t spoken about the issue recently.
“This shirt is for all you out there that would drop pants, bend over and bottom for Hillary Rodham Clinton,” reads one of the shirt descriptions.
Yes, they really exist. Here’s everything you need to know about the world’s most misunderstood prophylactic.
Pollsters found 85% of Hoosiers say business owners should not be allowed to turn away a customer based on sexual orientation or gender identity. Meanwhile, 53% of voters have an unfavorable view of Gov. Mike Pence for signing a religious freedom law compared with 38% who had a favorable impression of him for signing it.
A 21-year-old Louisiana man said he was fired from a loan company after not agreeing to follow a female dress code.
London is in mourning after Sunday night’s announcement that the Camden cabaret venue is shutting down. But no one is wearing black, because that would be drab.
Public art + marriage equality = win!
A third inquest will investigate the 1988 death of Scott Johnson.
Social conservatives have taken control of Brazil’s Congress and are trying to reverse marriage equality and other progressive victories. BuzzFeed News’ Lester Feder reports from Brasilia and Rio de Janeiro.
From supporting the Defense of Marriage Act to Billie Jean King’s endorsement.
Just a few questions about the straight “lifestyle.”
Lawyers for Ashley Diamond, the transgender woman suing prison officials for denying her hormones, said they’re “pleased” and “reviewing the new policy.”
“Transgender people know who they are. We don’t need to be told and coached how to be someone else,” says Jay Davis in a video released by the White House today.
BuzzFeed asked 50 people about the last time they had sex — and it wasn’t all P in the V, people. Extremely open, honest, and revealing answers ahead.
Canceling a loan to Uganda has had global repercussions, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim told BuzzFeed News.
On Thursday, the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas, released thousands of documents about “gay marriage” and the Defense of Marriage Act. Here are some of the documents BuzzFeed News found.
After the UKIP candidate for Eastleigh accused Paul Childs on Twitter of deliberately contracting his condition, Childs told BuzzFeed News he’s seeking advice about her “deeply offensive” tweet.
Let’s get *down* to business. (Cough)
Many students at the high school publicly came out as gay or bisexual in response.
In an unexpected turnaround, state Republicans blocked one of their members who was trying to keep a gay adoption ban on the books. After victories dialing back religious freedom bills in Indiana and Arkansas, LGBT advocates hope this indicates other anti-gay legislation could be killed as well.
I went undercover in the UK to expose therapists who try to “cure” gay people. My experiences reveal why Obama is right to call for a ban.
“The world is better in black and white…and Red.”
Doug Hallward-Driemeier is one of two lawyers representing same-sex couples at the Supreme Court later this month. “I sense the hopes and aspirations of so many people that are at stake here,” he tells BuzzFeed News.
Either way, your wife is super hot!
The Queer As Folk creator tells BuzzFeed News how writing gay characters has (and hasn’t) changed in the last 15 years.
“You are heading straight to hell,” they said. Well, maybe not straight. Either way, BuzzFeed News rang him afterwards to find out more.
“It’s confetti made from 100% recycled lies.” BuzzFeed News spoke to the shop to hear more about the project.