"Eshchyo Chutok, Mrazi" ("Come On, Scumbags"), about an 18-year-old transgender woman in Karaganda, Kazakhstan, will screen in Moscow at ArtDocFest, the largest documentary film festival in Russia.
Actor-comedian and LGBT-equality advocate Jason Stuart was born in New York, but was raised in Los Angeles’ Fairfax District by a Jewish mother whose parents survived the Holocaust in Polish ghettos, and by an aristocratic Jewish father who was “almost Protestant.”
Republican Representative of Virginia Randy Forbes is campaigning against gay politicians by requesting that the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) not endorse any gay candidates, simply because of their orientation.
Three years after its 2010 founding, courtesy of Dan Savage and Terry Miller, the It Gets Better Project (IGB) launched a new video campaign in response to Russia’s discriminatory anti-gay laws.
Mario Lavandeira, known better to the public as vicious celebrity gossip blogger Perez Hilton, has just signed on to star in a new reality television show about gay dads in New York City.
Gay rights organizations in Istanbul, Turkey, expressed deep disappointment when the proposed legislation, to consider crimes against LGBT people a hate crime, failed to pass.
Regnbagen House, Europe’s first LGBT-oriented retirement home, has opened in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden; its name, of course, means “rainbow.”
Apparently, positive messages from religious leaders still gets approval from the general population; according to the most recent YouGov Omnibus survey, a full 50% of Americans have a positive impression of Pope Francis.
The All Chicago Gay Hockey Association is spreading lots of holiday cheer this month after releasing a video cover of Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas.”
San Francisco is widely recognized as a gay mecca—a city where an LGBT person can find resolve in a community where being gay is accepted as part of the norm.