Telecom company Orange has pulled its advertisements from the Uganda tabloid that outed 200 people in the country, the day after President Yoweri Museveni signed the country’s controversial anti-gay law into effect on February 24.
The World Bank has postponed an intended $90 million loan to Uganda in light of its passage of the controversial Anti-Homosexual Bill.
Want to raise money for pro-LGBT causes every time you shop? There’s a credit card for that.
Disney has become the latest of many major corporations to cut funding to the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) because of its discriminatory policies towards openly-LGBT adults.
Uganda’s health minister, Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda, told the Associated Press on Wednesday, February 26 that despite the country’s new anti-gay law, the LGBT community will not face discrimination when it came to healthcare.
Jeremy Stoppelman, CEO of Yelp, writes open letter to Arizona Governor Jan Brewer asking her to veto the state's anti-LGBT legislation which would allow for discrimination based on religious beliefs.
Banana Republic has featured real-life couple Nate Berkus and fiancé Jeremiah Brent in its latest ad campaign.
Blued, a Chinese app reminiscent of Grindr intended for gay men looking to chat and hook up, has secured its first significant round of venture funding to help the start-up grow its user base and hire additional staff; 36Kr, a Chinese tech blog, reported that Blued received about RMB 10 million ($1.6 million USD) in total from undisclosed investors.
The first GaymerX, a convention by LGBTQ gamers for LGBTQ gamers, was a smashing success; now, the team behind it is gearing up for GX2, scheduled for July 11-13, 2014—and for those who want tickets, it’s advised they act fast.
Entrepreneur Mike Waxman is using his personal experiences to create social change for the LGBT community with his newest venture.