Ten years on the drawing boards and a history-making advance in LGBT housing, ground was broken in Chicago earlier this month for the first LGBT-friendly affordable senior housing facility in the Midwest.
A young girl from Kansas sold pink lemonade in support of equality. Jayden Sink, 5-years-old, made a bright and cheerful lemonade sign with a large rainbow and a peace sign, which read, "Pink Lemonade for Peace."
Caterpillar Inc has cut ties between their charity foundation and the Boy Scouts because of their policy change—which the company feels did not go far enough.
At the end of May, Cheerios premiered a commercial that involved a racially diverse family; to the chagrin of many, it received so many racist remarks that the company had to disable comments. Barely over two weeks later, the parody version has hit the internet.
Arguably the biggest name in sports (and probably the world) for apparel, Nike released the 2nd line of their #BETRUE collection in celebration of the LGBT community on June 6.
The NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) released a video for the It Gets Better Project on YouTube, created by the “Out & Allied @ JSC Employee Resource Group."
In celebration of LGBT Pride Month, Netflix has a Pride Guide of movies and shows for, about, and by the LGBT set available on its Watch Instantly service.
A cake shop in Colorado has said no to gay weddings, but marriages between dogs are an occasion to be celebrated.
It seems that Starbucks’s public support of marriage equality has left a former evangelical pastor with a bitter taste in his sermon. Conservative activist David Barton theorized that Christians couldn’t drink Starbucks because the coffee giant is “pouring money into the destruction of traditional marriage.”