Heterosexual male chauvinism thrives in oil-rich places like nowhere else.
Since the AIDS crisis began, various groups have been accusing governments of a cover-up—and in rural China, some of those rumors turned out to be true.
Putin made another feeble attempt on Wednesday to show his “support” for the LGBT community by issuing a statement in a meeting with local politicians saying, “We should not create any xenophobia in society on any principle against anyone whatsoever, including against people of non-traditional sexual orientation.”
“Vote with your wallet” is a popular idea, and a sensible one; many people aren’t comfortable with the idea of supporting a business that goes against their values. In today’s spirit of “there’s an app for that,” conservative-minded shoppers now have the mobile application “2nd Vote.”
The all-knowing Big Brother in “1984” was meant to be a cautionary tale, not an instruction manual, but you wouldn’t know it from some of the surveillance systems seen today. A new video from YouTube channel mashed is combining that issue with some countries’ laws to create a vision of the logical next step in security: a sexuality scanner, “for airports and other border checkpoints.”
At the Urban League of Greater Atlanta's 52nd Equal Opportunity Day Dinner, select honorees are recognized for their civil rights and economic empowerment work; this year’s award winners include Congressman John Lewis (D-GA), the last remaining of the Civil Rights Movement’s “Big Six,” and…Chick-fil-A CEO Dan T. Cathy.
The short clip for the new "Looking" TV promo is a mere thirty seconds, but it drives the themes of romance and discovery to the forefront and offers lots of wit along the way. And yet, it lacks any kind of legitimate diversity.
Northern Ireland’s health minister Edwin Poots’ comments and opinions, amassing a mountain of media attention, would be extremely comic if they weren’t so absurdly and blindingly problematic to his governmental position.
“I don’t” is a strong statement, more so than “I’d rather not” or “I’ll pass for now.” It’s a position, not a preference. It’s also a provocative title for an article about same-sex marriage, like The New York Times’ Sunday piece “Gay Couples, Choosing To Say I Don’t.”