LGBTQ Nation Archives - Page 2
Remember: Stonewall started with drag queens.
After some small talk and more than a little stalling, the twins broke the news. And then mom spoke up.
He once boasted Republicans should be proud of their party because "we don't have the gays and lesbians with us." Now he's realized he was wrong.
He was so proud of himself for terrorizing children, he made sure to film the entire thing.
"I just wanted to get us out of the back seat of this bigot's cab," one of the men said.
The same result is not replicated for heterosexual or bisexual teens, for whom romance may act more as a cause of trauma than a cure.
A couple attending the World Cup were brutally beaten leaving one with brain injuries while British activist Peter Tatchell has been detained by police.
One councilor claimed she had to get teeth capped because she was clenching her jaw so much from the stress of being seen as LGBTQ friendly.
The 14-year-old actress quit Twitter after trolls made her the subject of countless antigay memes.
Outreach becomes an important player in Pride.
While the company has stated they want a new location that values diversity and American values, the Indiana GOP has doubled down on bigotry instead.
They charged her with attempted arson and threw her into jail with male inmates.
While rates of viral suppression for women infected with HIV have gone up, diabetes has remained largely uncontrolled.
120 House Democrats called out the military's "cherry-picking" of studies on trans people.
It's not hard to access a secret rainbow background in Google's spreadsheet program. Here's how to do it.
Lawyers for a gay murderer say he got the death penalty because the jury thought he would enjoy prison rape.
Only 700 people live in Seyðisfjörður, but residents pitched in to color the bricks in their main street to show love for LGBTQ people.
The president thinks anyone with HIV should pay more for coverage - or not get it at all.
Nothing says Pride like a glittery angel.
In essence, the Attorney General said it's not America's problem if you're going to be killed for being gay or trans.
A small rainbow painting led to an explosion of hate on Twitter.
The president gave the dictator a pass on human rights violations, signalling to the rest of the world it's okay to oppress LGBTQ people.
The ride was so awful, the company's CEO said drivers like the one they got "don't belong on Uber."
The Vice President will be at the Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel to give a speech, but the real party will be outside.
Nothing happened in the 612 days that followed the Pulse shooting. Less than a month after the Parkland shooting, though, even Republicans cared about gun violence.
Trump sent warm greetings to two brutal dictators, but he's given the American LGBTQ community the cold shoulder.
The legend — and the mystique — continue to grow.