Over the past month, users voted for on everything from their favorite celebs to shows and political leaders to sports stars, many of whom were prominent for making a difference in the battle for equality.
Los Angeles-based DJ, Paul V, uses the Lady Gaga title track’s namesake for a powerful blog to document how gender and sexuality may have nothing to do with traits displayed by children.
The creator of the blog explains that “some of the pix here feature gay boys with feminine traits, and some gay girls with masculine traits … And just like real life, these gay kids come in all shades and layers of masculine and feminine.”
The goal of the blog - and the just released book - is to teach children that being gay is as normal as being straight by showing people just “being.”
During a vacation to the UK, all-around Internet user, Tyler Oakley, met up with the ridiculously cute twins, Finn and Jack, to teach them some gay slang. They returned the favor by teaching him some British slang.
Stop the Presses: President Obama for his support of marriage equality
Top Jock: Ben Cohen for promoting equality in the sports world
Straight Crush of the Year: Glee’s Darren Criss
Favorite “Drag Race” Queen: Latrice Royale
Coming Out of the Year: Anderson Cooper
Check out all the winners at Queerty.
- Bill Cosby testified in 2005 that he obtained sedatives to give to women he wanted to have sex with, the AP reports.
- The South Carolina legislature took a key step toward removing the Confederate flag from statehouse grounds.
- More than 1 million people are expected to attend Pope Francis' mass in Ecuador.