May the odds be ever in their favor.
I knew him and he knew me. And so, our thirst seemed pure.
You come for the abs and stay for the undies.
The Safe Schools Coalition promotes “radical sex experimentation,” says the ACL.
“Ensuring fairness in our workplaces and communities is both the right thing to do and simply good business.”
Expected to be introduced in Congress on Thursday, the bill aimed at expending LGBT protections also would build on the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to say people could not be barred from places of public accommodations on the basis on their sex.
Moore and Page play a couple fighting for equal rights in this new movie, and BuzzFeed has the exclusive trailer.
She’s got a few tips to ~jazz~ up any day.
India Clarke is the ninth confirmed transgender woman of color killed in the U.S. this year. Since her death was reported Tuesday, police and local media have consistently misgendered Clarke as a man.
“Hopefully this makes people’s lives a little bit easier.”
Can same-sex marriage and religious freedom happily co-exist?
“I knew I was into women before I even knew anything else concrete about myself.”
“Why would I ever try to boil down an entire community into a yes or no question?”
“My mom finally called you my girlfriend instead of my roommate!”
You can watch these two brides “run around the world” in their adorable honeymoon video.
The decision technically binds not only E.U. member states but also countries hostile to LGBT rights like Russia and Turkey.
“I knew that if I did not change I would end up killing myself.” Novelist and former Channel 4 News culture editor Matt Cain reveals how a decade of playground abuse led to a drink problem and an outrageous persona that nearly destroyed him.
“I felt like such an outcast.”
“The perfect body is one that you’re comfortable in.”
Plenty of women, regardless of sexuality, face street harassment on a regular basis. Queer women experience a few particular kinds.
The measure, which lawmakers plan to file in the House and Senate, would ban discrimination in seven categories — including housing, education, and public accommodations.
If approved, the trademark would have given the organization control over terms used across the country.
Three stars and a sun and a whole lot of rainbows.
The administrator of Riyadh’s Talaee Al-Noor International School is reportedly in jail awaiting trial for the school’s apparently overly festive paint job.
*Does choreography to Britney’s “Slave” alone in room* —> *hears a footstep* —> *Jumps on bed and pretends to do nothing*
Same hair, same accent, totally different show.
Process hell and faceless bureaucracy may await those locked out of their accounts — even when they use their legal names.
“What if I told you that her speech last night saved even one human being from attempting to take their life.”