According to GLAAD’s annual studies.
One Canadian couple learned this lesson the hard way, thankfully with a very happy ending.
In a Facebook post, the company’s chief product officer apologized to “the affected community of drag queens, drag kings, transgender, and extensive community of our friends, neighbors, and members of the LGBT community.”
The Fred Hollows Foundation recently organized the first free eye clinic aimed at the transgender community in Comilla, eastern Bangladesh.
As news comes that police are targeting LGBT people through Facebook in countries like Egypt, a Facebook spokesperson tells BuzzFeed News the “real name” policy applies to Facebook users everywhere.
The U.S. agency administering the exchange program confirmed to BuzzFeed News that one student did not return to Russia.
If you’re not watching Amazon’s touching original series, there’s just no hope for you.
Expect to hear this every half an hour forever: “You guys look so cute together.”
The 2010 pride march in Belgrade ended in an anti-gay riot. On Sunday, thousands of riot police guarded activists against threats of another attack.
The law follows the imposition of similar rules by the nearby country of Brunei.
In a lawsuit, Zahara Green says she was wrongly placed in a men’s prison — and when she asked for protective custody, found herself sharing a cell with the inmate who had been abusing her. Original reporting from BuzzFeed News’ Jessica Testa.
An historic first from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Parce que soyons honnêtes, un coming out, ça ne se fait pas en une seule fois.
“This happy event turned into a nightmare.”
Double the suits, double the love.
Jack Freedman published a letter he wrote to his father 22 years ago on his Facebook, hoping to inspire others to come out themselves. H/T: Queerty.
“The targeting of gay persons in Egypt happens when someone, on the senior level, chooses for it to happen,” an Interior Ministry official told BuzzFeed News.
“Without the internet, I have no idea where I would be.” BuzzFeed News has an exclusive look the Power On campaign, aiming to provide technology to at-risk LGBTQ youth.
Lauren Hennessy identifies as male, but chooses not to pass. And his fiancé is just fine with that. This is a story about love, identity and podcasts.
“Not all bisexuals are vampires, but all vampires are bisexuals.” #bisexualfacts is happening (again) on Twitter and it’s glorious.
Au moins, vous ne craignez pas les grossesses non désirées.
Several participants fell ill after hooligans sprayed them with a “putrid gas” in a disruption led by local lawmaker Vitaly Milonov.
Advocates fear South Africa might turn against an LGBT rights resolution at the UN that it sponsored three years ago.
“We are born as who we are, the gender thing is something that is imposed on you.”
From gender neutral loos to the brilliant Susan Calman, being gay in Scotland is a beautiful thing.
“Queer is what you make it.”
The drag superstar spoke to BuzzFeed about her recent collab with Fred Schneider of the B-52’s. This video is what you need for breakfast.
If Serbia wants to become a member of the European Union, it may have to prove to the EU’s most powerful country that it is serious about human rights.
“Pretending your girlfriend is your cousin so that your real estate agent can find you an apartment.”
The assailants reportedly shouted “We don’t want foreigners in Belgrade” as they beat him with an ashtray.