We are now in a time where lesbians are being captured and/or exploited on a mass platform. Whereas before we only got to see glimpses of the mass media reflecting our sexuality and it was usually done in a more sexual or humorous manner.
The center of São Paulo. Hundreds of people occupying spaces on a public square. Among them, a table with people who represent different kinds of minorities: afro-descendants, indigenous and LGBT communities.
The novel "A Horse Named Sorrow" by Trebor Healey is a moving tale of a physical, spiritual and metaphorical journey, undertaken by young Seamus Blake, an artist, a tutor, a missionary.
The chaos started when one of the barbers took of his shirt. He appeared to be in his mid- 30s or so. Wears glasses. Tall and husky. Usually making jokes. He had on a t-shirt underneath a long-sleeve shirt. When he was trying to take off the long-shirt, his t-shirt was pulled up revealing a bit of bare stomach. Another barber said something to him, about it, as a joke, and that’s when it started.
This spring marks the publication of the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder, or the DSM-V. After fifteen years of revision, the American Psychiatric Association’s board of trustees approved to changes including the removal of the term Gender Identity Disorder.
Jason Collins’ coming out, published in Sports Illustrated last week, is being hailed as historic and earth-shaking. But what does it really mean?
In an interview with Piers Morgan this past weekend, Lindsay Lohan said that her year and a half relationship with DJ, Samantha Ronson was something she needed to experience but that it doesn’t make her bisexual or a lesbian.
In men’s professional sports, there is all of one openly gay player currently active, and his coming out is sure to make headlines for weeks—and yet, when professional female athletes come out, it’s treated as something of a non-event and largely ignored.
I recently submitted written testimony to the UK Parliament to support the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill, which would expand on protections the LGBT community in Britain received in 2004 with the advent of civil partnerships.