BuzzFeed LGBT editor Saeed Jones joins journalists Steven Thrasher and Dave Tuller to discuss sex, gay men, and what we are (and aren’t) doing. “Marriage and wedding registries are much easier to talk about than fucking.”
Grier currently has 8.7 million followers on Vine.
Conor Collins turned pure hate into an incredible image. His explanation of why he did it is pretty awesome.
Executives of major sporting codes in Australia met yesterday to introduce a new campaign against homophobia.
Wearing kilts and costumes, students in a Siberian Russian city were mistaken for “representatives of non-traditional sexual orientation,” a local police spokesperson said.
“We were hopeful that both sides of this issue would be able to come to an agreement that would allow everyone, regardless of orientation, to participate in the parade.”
“The law is also unconstitutional, ambiguous, and a strange priority in a country with so many real problems. Above all else, however, it is unjust.”
Members of the party of President Yoweri Museveni have “welcomed the development as a measure to protect Ugandans from social deviants,” tweeted his spokesperson when announcing his decision.
If you have preconceived notions about Texans and tolerance, Dale Hansen — a sportscaster for ABC’s Dallas affiliate WFAA — might surprise you with his thoughts on Michael Sam. Someone give this man a raise.
“Just because a person isn’t in favor of gay marriage doesn’t mean that one is homophobic — let’s be very clear on that.”
Nir Zilberman dressed a mannequin in his storefront window in a concentration camp outfit adorned with an upside-down pink triangle, a symbol used by Nazis to identify gay prisoners.
The girl’s mother discovered threatening messages on her Instagram telling the little girl to kill herself and that she deserves to die.
For the first time in 20 years, the mayor of New York will not march in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Professional football’s closet door isn’t just closed; it’s locked.
His name is Bizzle and he’s upset that gay people think of themselves “the new black.”
“In the run-up to Olympic games, this amounts to a failing grade,” said one leading human rights advocate.
Despite the fact that Malaysian socialite Gigi Chao is out and married, her real estate tycoon father is still offering $130 million for any man willing to marry her. Chao has written an open letter in response. Update: Her father withdrew his offer today.
The open letter to Libby Purves was published in the Daily Telegraph on Tuesday.
Update: The author confirmed with BuzzFeed that the text messages are real. A new Tumblr reveals all.
“Unless I have got confirmation from scientists that this condition is not genetic, but a behaviour that is acquired, I will not sign” the pending Anti-Homosexuality Bill, President Yoweri Museveni told his party during a meeting Friday, according to a Ugandan newspaper.
UPDATE: Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis issued a public apology on Facebook after telling TV Page, “I don’t think it is a good example for kids to watch that [a gay Bachelor] on TV.”
Some on the internet are not happy about it: “Gay marriage is not an American tradition like the Rose Bowl.”
“Why do these gay people choose to be gay? Why can’t they, like… un-gay?”
Reactions in town since the parade haven’t exactly been positive.
“Australia, India, Uganda, Russia, and now [Nigeria] — great year in the U.S., but globally? Turning out to be one of the worst,” summed up one international LGBT issues expert.
Facebook told BuzzFeed the photo was “mistakenly removed” and reinstated it on Kanwar Anit Singh Saini’s fan page, but not before his account was suspended for 12 hours.
The beautiful men of the Warwick University Rowing Club are back with a 55-minute behind-the-scenes look at the making of their super popular and super steamy calendar. And it is everything.
Take a bow, Amy Dickinson of the Press And Sun, a paper based in Binghamton, New York. Via Gay Star News.