On April 22, “Gaming in Color,” the first full-length documentary to focus on queer video game players in the US, was released for digital purchase.
On April 21, the office of Houston, Texas mayor Annise Parker released a completed draft of the city’s proposed Human Rights Ordinance, a bill many LGBT activists have been anticipating for a long time.
With the help of Lambda Legal, a group of people have filed a lawsuit against Georgia’s ban against same-sex marriage.
New York City's annual Pride March is one of the biggest in the country. Today, they announced this year's grand marshals: actress and activist Laverne Cox, Executive Director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Rea Carey, and actor Jonathan Groff.
The Philippine National Police (PNP) have put their support behind House Bill 2571, which would put a special desk in every police station in the country meant specifically for helping LGBT crime victims.
How can a Pride parade, rainbows and all, be held covertly? A group in Bangladesh pulled it off on April 14 by calling the event a celebration of “diversity and friendship,” and marching as part of the country’s New Year festivities.
If you’ve ever watched Wheel of Fortune, you probably remember host Pat Sajak. Queerty estimates he’s been on the show for the last “2,348 years” or so, meaning it’s no big surprise to learn that he’s known to be politically conservative—but a recent tweet of his takes a not-so-entertaining shot at the LGBT experience.
HBO has released the first full trailer for its upcoming movie “The Normal Heart,” a film about the onset of the HIV/AIDS crisis in NYC.
Over a dozen taxi drivers at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport are refusing to drive cabs with advertisements for the Gay Games, citing their religious beliefs.
Michael Rourke and Wes Powell continue talking about marriage and their son Beckett with FourTwoNine’s editor in chief Kevin Sessums.
Creative services agency Red Thread Productions was built on the idea that in business today, everything depends on connections. Andre Gutierrez agrees.