With The Days of Anna Madrigal, now in stores, Armistead Maupin concludes the nine-novel Tales of the City series he began in 1976. I spoke to Maupin about plotting a story over decades, the changing nature of gay identity, and saying good-bye to the characters he loves.
Fear of violence led Serbian officials to ban the country’s gay pride, but activists held it anyways.
When protesters chanted “Kill the gays!” LGBT activists shouted “Kiss the gays!” in response.
The anniversary of the Stonewall riots is this weekend, but many people don’t know the real story behind the protests. Read this comic to get a sense of what really happened.
The best sequins, nipple tape, wigs, sombreros, Speedos, dyed beards, and more from the past two decades.
Go ahead. You know you want to post it on Facebook, too.
Get hyped for #Pride2013. It’s been an especially fab week and these critters know it.
Jason Collins joins the Boston gay pride parade.
You’re totally out and proud …but some things about Pride are awful.
“Heterosexuals do not have equality, homosexuals have more rights then any sector of society.” Cue Spit-take.
“Our presence in pride parades is a symbol of the courageous and complex work Mormons are doing every day to make their homes and congregations safe and welcoming for our gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered brothers and sisters,” organizer Erika Munson said.
A mere 200 people gathered the for the fifth annual pride event in India to reinforce their identities and call for more social acceptance.
This year’s theme was “There is no prejudice in our hearts, but love instead.”
Here’s a bunch of pictures of what gay pride looked like in the ’70s in NYC. FYI, New York’s first gay pride was in 1970.
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BuzzFeed re-imagines what your favorite snacks would look like if they went gay following Oreo’s controversial Facebook post where they gave the rainbow treatment to America’s favorite cookie.
See, not everyone is horrible.
People added well over a million “Likes” to their facebook page overnight.
A comprehensive look at the fight for gay rights around the world. The tides are turning everywhere.
Just in time for Gay Pride weekend, Pride Toronto and Google+ just released a series of short films titled “Together.” This is the trailer.
Over 300 active Mormons, part of a “Mormons Building Bridges” initiative, marched in the gay parade as part of the Utah Pride Festival. Now this is what progress looks like. *Chills*
Jerk. Idiots like this guy tend to ignore Matthew 7:1, “Judge not, that ye be not judged”.
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They’re from Texas, but it’s not what you think.
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There was a whole lot to celebrate in New York this weekend.
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