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New Documentary Film Project Explores Sexual Fluidity in Male Black America

MOVIES | By Brittany Ferrendi | Dec 3, 2017

A documentary film project illustrates the challenges and expression of being a black bisexual man in the United States.

Rowing Team's Steamy Calendar Raises Money To Fight Homophobia

CULTURE | By Donyae Lewis | Dec 2, 2017

While some may be bundling up in layers this holiday season, The Warwick Rowers are stripping down and baring it all for their calendar shoot, a project they started to combat gender bias in sports.

Soccer, Rugby Teams Wear Rainbow Laces in Anti-Homophobia Campaign

SPORTS | By Ryan Lynch | Dec 2, 2017

English soccer and rugby teams took to the pitch with multi-color laces to support the fight against homophobia.

Trans Officer Might Lose Job... For Being Too Short

NATIONAL | By Donyae Lewis | Dec 2, 2017

Being too short can affect what rollercoasters you get on at amusement parks. But who would have thought it might cost you your job too. This is the case for a transgender officer in India.

HBO Docuseries Celebrates A Trans Woman's Quinceanera

TELEVISION | By Donyae Lewis | Dec 2, 2017

For those looking for something that is LGBT friendly, HBO's upcoming docu-series "15: A QuinceaƱera Story" is worthy of making space on your DVR.

Miss Trans Israel Visits Miami for Transgender Awareness Month

INTERNATIONAL | By Jose Cassola | Nov 26, 2017

Talleen Abu Hanna, the reigning Miss Trans Israel and runner-up in the 2016 Miss Trans Star Internacional beauty pageant, visited Miami last week, speaking at several college campuses and other venues.

Navy Pilot Draws Penis In The Sky; Inappropriate Skywriting Becoming A Trend

NATIONAL | By Donyae Lewis | Nov 26, 2017

Late last week a Navy EA-18G Growler jet made the sky their canvas and sketched a cartoon stretching over the Okanogan Highlands in Washington state. However, the final product was not exactly a work of art.

HRC Ranks LGBT-Friendliness of Firms in 2018 Corporate Equality Index

BUSINESS | By Michael d'Oliveira | Nov 26, 2017

This year, the HRC tallied "a record-breaking 609 businesses" as scoring perfect scores. That's up from 517 last year.

Lesbian Bowler Wins Male Pro Bowling Tournament

SPORTS | By Ryan Lynch | Nov 26, 2017

Liz Johnson's bowling win on last Saturday wasn't just another victory for her. The lesbian bowler won the Professional Bowling Association's Chameleon Championship, becoming only the second woman to do so.

Threat to Net Neutrality Has Implications for Your Wallet, Access

PERSONAL TECH | By Tucker Berardi | Nov 25, 2017

Tuesday the Federal Communications Commission announced a plan to repeal net neutrality, an Obama-era policy that prohibits companies and internet providers from charging more for access to some sites while blocking others.

Canada's Capital to Apologize After Firing LGBT Public Servants

INTERNATIONAL | By Ryan Lynch | Nov 25, 2017

After nearly five decades of discrimination by the Canadian government towards LGBT public servants, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the government will submit a formal apology.

Editor of Gay Times Fired Over Offensive Tweets

NATIONAL | By Donyae Lewis | Nov 25, 2017

Gay Times editor Josh Rivers has been suspended after BuzzFeed revealed the writer made numerous crude and racist remarks towards minority groups on his Twitter account.

European LGBT Movements Mobilizing and Rising

INTERNATIONAL | By Lynare Robbins | Nov 25, 2017

Over four hundred European delegates assembled to share unique stories detailing both successes and challenges in European LGBT matters, and to strategize for progress.

Va. GOP Leader Abolishes Tradition to Avoid Calling Trans Delegate a Woman

POLITICS | By Brittany Ferrendi | Nov 25, 2017

Republican lawmakers are taking drastic measures to avoid referring to a transgender politician by her gender identity.

British Shopping Chain Announces Gender Neutral Changing Rooms after Controversy

BUSINESS | By Ryan Lynch | Nov 19, 2017

After a transgender person was denied entry to a female changing stall, British retail chain Topshot will be adding gender-neutral changing rooms.

Germany Votes to Recognize Third Gender

INTERNATIONAL | By Ryan Lynch | Nov 18, 2017

German lawmakers are clearing the way for people to officially identify in a third gender category.

Popular Gay Attorney Runs for Fort Lauderdale City Commission

LOCAL | Nov 18, 2017

It's official - George Castrataro is running for office. On Tuesday the local attorney announced his candidacy for Fort Lauderdale City Commission, District 2, in the city's 2018 municipal election.

California Approves LGBT-Inclusive Textbooks in Elementary, Middle School Curriculums

NATIONAL | By Brittany Ferrendi | Nov 18, 2017

LGBT people are a part of history. Now California is encouraging schools to make that a known fact. California is now the first and only state to include LGBT-inclusive textbook recommendations.

Watch: Starbucks Celebrates Lesbian Couple in Holiday Ad

BUSINESS | By Donyae Lewis | Nov 12, 2017

The winter holidays are right around the corner, which means Starbucks is back with their signature holiday cups. However, this year the company has taken a leap to be more inclusive featuring a same-sex couple in their commercial.

Disney Channel Show Banned From Kenya Following Gay Storyline

TELEVISION | By Donyae Lewis | Nov 12, 2017

There's no question that Disney Channel's original series "Andi Mack" saw their ratings soar with their introduction of a gay character during the show's second season premiere. But that didn't stop Kenya from banning the show.

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