Obama's July 21 executive order barring LGBT discrimination among federal employers and contractors is an important stride towards equality, but now it actually needs to be implemented.
As the blogosphere buzzes with rumors of Beyonce and Jay-Z's "divorce," it's time to ask ourselves: Why do we think hip hop artists are for real?
Last week the CDC released a statement that 2% of Americans identify as gay, lesbian, or bisexual. That statistic feels inaccurate. Here's why.
Marvel Comics has announced that the next superhero to take up Captain America’s shield will be a black man.
Marvel Comics has announced that the God of Thunder’s mantle will be taken up by a female character in a new storyline starting this October.
Editor-in-chief Kevin Sessums responds to New York magazine's provocative cover story: "Forgetting HIV."
The governor of Texas probably needs a drink to deal with the reactions to his comparison of homosexuality to alcoholism.
LGBT themes have always been a big part of Marvel’s “X-Men.” At first, it was only in metaphor—both mutants and LGBT people can be born to anyone, they are usually no different than those around them until puberty, and some can “pass” without trying. As the LGBT rights movement gained momentum, however, for some characters subtext became text, and queer representation became a reality. Here’s a look at a few of the most famous LGBT mutants, both friend and foe, in the Marvelverse.
Earlier in May, members of a group titled Open Carry Tarrant County entered a Chipotle Mexican Grill in Texas with semi-automatic guns and handguns. They began posing for photos, and obviously, fellow customers were terrified.
An interview with producer and “War on Kids” director Cevin Soling on school bullying after winning “best educational documentary" at film festival.