Everyone remembers the impact of AIDS on the LGBT community; what not so many people remember is the impact made on AIDS, by the decade of annual galas put on by Hollywood and the fashion industry. Afonso Salcedo’s documentary, "There Was Magic," is aiming to keep the memory of those benefits alive.
A Facebook game in which players control a black-robed priest throwing stools (as in, the backless chair kind) at participants in a gay pride march is being taken down.
According to a new mobile application, a Christian company can assist users in “curing” their homosexuality through technology. An app called “Setting Captives Free” for iPhone and Android phones hopes to relinquish the gay out of users in 60 days.
Stand-to-pee (STP) packers are devices that enable female-to-male transgender individuals to successfully use urinals. This is a very important aspect of transition for many transgender men, says Michael Fitz, STP-Fitz co-founder.
Danish scientists hope to have a widely available and affordable cure to HIV within several months. They are currently carrying out clinical trials on the new strategy where the virus could potentially be killed permanently by the immune system.
Equality Illinois, the state's oldest and largest LGBT organization, was honored on Friday with a $2,750 prize from an emerging wine company. Egalité Wines is the first national wine created to advocate LGBT equality, and elected to donate part of its first quarter profits to the Illinois organization.
One of the reasons science fiction and fantasy are so loved by fans is the possibility of exploring themes and ideas beyond what would be possible in our world. The sci-fi comic Artifice takes advantage of this to portray a different kind of LGBT romance.
Despite rumors to the contrary, issue #12 of Saga was not disqualified for publication on Apple devices for depictions of gay sex.
DC Comics has set another record on behalf of LGBT representation: as of Batgirl #19, the company has mainstream American comics’ first transgender character.