The singer seems to always pissed people off when she happy, mad or sad. Another story about Summer Walker and yes, it’s about people getting mad about what she has posted on her social media. In her defense, she had every right to be upset after somebody stole her laptop while traveling from Los Angeles. […]
Tyler Perry has big plans for his new studio complex in Atlanta—and we’re not just talking about film projects. In conjunction with the studio’s grand opening last week, Perry sat down with CBS This Morning to discuss how he intends to use the property to assist displaced LGBTQ youth and homeless women. “I tell you what I’m […]
You tell em sis! Ciara is like most people that love people from all walks of life. So to see her appear in a star-studded LGBT-friendly visual for Taylor’s latest single, “You Need to Calm Down,” wouldn’t be surprising. However, to some of Ciara’s fans, were shocked to see her play the part of […]
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is set to deliver the keynote address at an LGBTQ civil rights group’s Ohio fundraising gala today! The Human Rights Campaign’s Columbus Dinner is at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Ohio Union at The Ohio State University. “Vice President Joe Biden is a strong and visible ally to the LGBTQ community […]
With the rise of hate speech, this is not shocking for some in the state. According to the FBI, Ohio is third in the nation in reports of hate crimes. This to some may not be shocking with the rise of hate speech towards people of color and LGBTQ people. What is shocking is that […]
The bill is explained to “protect parents rights.” The Dayton Daily News reports that a bill was introduced to the Ohio House that would require schools to identify transgender students and “out” students to their parents This bill was introduced by two Republicans which the party nationally have been pushing for these types of bills […]
When President Obama came out in support of LGBTQ lives and in favor of marriage equality in a May 2012 interview, he became the first president to connect his policy to his Christian faith in a way that substantively benefitted the LGBTQ community.
Thursday's decision follows two other major milestones for LGBTQ with regards to the military – in 2011, the "don't ask don't tell" policy was expelled, and in 2015, the Pentagon expanded the Defense Department's equal opportunity program.
Gracing the cover of OUT magazine's OUT 100 issue as "Ally of the Year" comes as no surprise -- Obama is likely to go down in history as one of the most progressive presidents, if not the only one who has fought so tirelessly for LGBTQ rights.
A 5-year-old California girl has been barred from attending her Christian elementary school all because her parents are a lesbian couple.
In a complete waste of time, Indiana Governor Mike Pence held a press conference on Tuesday morning to “clarify” the intent of the law known…