March 29 saw the first ever same-sex marriages taking place in England and Wales, and it seems that everybody (according to my mother) has been celebrating tenfold.
A seven-year-old transgender child is at the center of a custody battle between a mother willing to respect her son, and a father who sees her support as a reason to take their child away from her—and his mother needs help paying the legal fees to fight.
Bill Donohue, the extremely anti-gay head of the Catholic League, seems to be losing his enthusiasm for marching in the New York City gay pride parade under a “Straight is Great” banner.
Disney’s “Frozen” was a record-breaking hit of 2013, raking in a total of $810 million worldwide in theatres, winning two Oscars in 2014, and becoming the most talked-about Disney film since the first “Toy Story.”
Earlier this week, Alec Baldwin proved that it’s impossible for him to open his mouth without verbally vomiting some sort of anti-LGBT slur—or avoid some sort of metaphorical vomiting, period.
After being dropped from Food Network and losing most of her African American fan base (whatever size that may have been), Paula Deen is planning her big comeback…and she’s feeling sorrier for herself than ever. On February 27, the celebrity chef compared herself to “that black football player who recently came out,” referring to Michael Sam.
On the February 24 edition of his show, Anderson Cooper discussed the controversial Arizona law that could legalize any religiously-motivated discrimination with Senator Al Melvin—and along with constitutional law professor Kenji Yoshino, completely shot down every one of Melvin’s claims.
Ice hockey players get thrown in jail for hugging and high-fiving, female figure skaters are arrested for kissing, and a group of girls in white channel their inner Athena in a new Human Rights Campaign video, which debuted on February 20.
Well, here’s an argument that doesn’t (exactly) show up on the bingo cards; State Assemblyman Cresent Hardy (R-Nevada), declared he is against laws such as the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) because they’re too reminiscent of segregation laws.
Creative services agency Red Thread Productions was built on the idea that in business today, everything depends on connections. Andre Gutierrez agrees.