If a personalized fashion service with an androgynous twist sounds appealing, then Greyscale Goods is the retail platform for you. To make it a reality, the team behind it needs to raise $25,000 by October 31—and with three days to go, they’re at just over $23,000.
If your tastes in fashion don’t fit neatly into either men’s or women’s styles, Greyscale Goods wants to be the nontraditional clothing service you’ve been waiting for.
The International Lesbian and Gay Association and web registry Afilias square off over newly available top level domains.
At age 26, Chip Conley launched what became the largest hotel portfolio on the West Coast. He's written bestsellers, sits on the board of Burning Man, and is now an executive at Airbnb. Here he talks about his extraordinary and unconventional career.
The president of Uganda is planning a business trip in Texas for the weekend of September 20—but he’s having issues finding a hotel willing to accommodate him.
Ben & Jerry’s, Target, and Nike were among the big-name corporations that filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court in support of marriage equality.
The conservative religious views of S. Truett Cathy's famous fast food chain often clashed with LGBT rights.
The absence of legal protection for LGBT people in Hong Kong is beginning to make foreign workers reluctant to relocate there, according to a senior British diplomat.
A speech pathologist has created an app to assist transgender people learn how to change the pitch and tone of their voices, an important part of “passing.”
An interview with producer and “War on Kids” director Cevin Soling on school bullying after winning “best educational documentary" at film festival.