People have asked me why I can’t be “just another normal guy.” You know, do normal guy stuff. Like date girls, for example. Why do I have to be “so gay”?
Outrage has recently been sparked over the newly released trailer for the movie “Stonewall”… Ironically, the message depicted in the trailer is “ordinary people can do extraordinary things,” as a WHITE MALE ACTOR is shown throwing the first brick in the riots.
More than nine million people have seen a video of what happens when two guys hold hands in Russia. If you haven’t seen it, watch it now but be warned: it’s not cute.
It’s refreshing to see two notable former Disney stars making a heartfelt LGBT video.
Hiyyeeeeeee! I always look forward to the next season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. It’s one of the only shows I will not miss under any circumstances, and sometimes I wish it was on year round.
How does something like a voice come to be wrapped up in so many stereotypes?
I have gone to many gay bars/clubs where I have literally felt like brother outsider. My brown skin became a liability that interfered with my ability to connect with white patrons.
There’s a lot of awww coming.
In a breaking 5-4 decision, the United States Supreme Court rules that all gay marriage bans across America are unconstitutional.
Since the beginning Pride has been over-the-top and hypersexual, because it has to be. The homophobes denying us our rights are saying, to no uncertain terms, that we shouldn’t be (as consenting adults) allowed to have sex with who we choose. If we were to white-wash Pride into being only something that those very conservatives would be comfortable with, then we would be doing the entire LGBT movement a disservice.