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Lesbian dating apps and sites for queer women and non-binary people 

 

Yeah, yeah, dating apps are veritable cess pits of human garbage, I know - and that's if you can actually get replies from people. But when you're lesbian, bisexual, queer, trans, non-binary, pansexual, any LGBTQIA+ identity, dating apps can connect you to people you might not encounter in your day to day life. And they can be a goddam lifeline.

Of course, most dating apps aren't build with us lot in mind. Nope, they're mainly for the straights. So, shortly after becoming single, I took it upon myself to test a variety of queer-specific and mainstream dating apps to see just how good they are for LGBTQ+ people. For context: I am a cis woman, and was up for dating people of all gender identities.

PS: Eight months later, I have a legend of a girlfriend who I met on one of these apps (but probably not the one you'd think...) during this experiment. Thanks journalism, thanks Cosmo you bloody matchmaker, I owe it all to you.

Cosmopolitan

Tags: App, Dating, Environment, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Relationships, Representation, Social Media, World

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17-May-2019


Homophobes Attack Congressional Black Caucus Over Equality Act 

 

A right-wing group aims to spark outrage among black voters over an impending vote on the Equality Act.

Organizers for the Gone 2 Far Movement released an open letter through Christian Newswire attacking leadership from the Congressional Black Caucus.

The bizarre rant, signed by failed Congressional candidate Stephen Broden and right-wing radio host Randy Short, suggests the “Gay Equality Act” will set back minority rights.

The letter singles out Rep. Karen Bass, CBC chair, and other caucus members for refusing to “defend the real purpose of the 1964 Civil Rights Act as a scam to make 'Gay the New Black' wherein pedophiles, sodomites of all stripes, and persons of debased fetish needs are accorded protected class status akin to Blacks and women.”

The letter compares a vote for the Equality Act to the biblical story of disciple Judas Iscariot betraying Jesus Christ, though its unclear how many pieces of silver were exchanged or who will be crucified should the legislation pass.

Advocate

Pat Robertson: Equality Act Will Cause 'Atomic War'

Violent mob attacks Indian priest because they think he is gay

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Equality, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Hate, Hypocrisy, Ignorance, Inclusion, Interference, Laws, LGBTQ, New World Order, Profiling, Race, Religion, Representation, Self Interest, Support, Supremacy, Tired, Unity, Violence, World

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15-May-2019


Watch this woman suddenly demean & spit on a gay man as he tries to ride the subway 

 

A bystander on the Jubilee line of the London Underground caught a homophobic attack on film as one rider used anti-gay slurs and spit on another passenger.

The video of the apparently intoxicated woman, originally reported by the Daily Mail, was provided by an unnamed onlooker who said that the attack was unprovoked..

The short clip shows the woman shouting at a passenger while several other riders look on.

At the beginning of the clip, she tells the man, “because you’re gay I’m gonna be like, ‘nah, he’s gay, just let him go?’ No! Because you’re gay, even more, I’m going to violate you.”

LGBTQ Nation

Gay Couple Forgives Restaurant After Waiter Called Them ‘Faggots’ as They Left After a Meal: WATCH

Cuba Turns Away LGBTQ Journalist Upon Arrival

Tags: All Rights, Environment, Forgiveness, Gay, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Journalism, LGBTQ, Representation, Respect, Restaurant, Sexual Harassment, Travel, Treatment, Video, World

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09-May-2019


Sexual health campaign that’s ‘unapologetic, black and gay’ hits London 

 

Phil Samba is ‘unapologetic and black and gay’ and he has inspired other gay, black men to take better care of their sexual health.

For the past two years Samba has co-developed and starred in a unique campaign to make sure London’s gay, black men are not only more educated about sexual health, but also more comfortable in getting tested.

‘Some black communities consider being gay a white thing so black men are erased,’ Samba tells Gay Star News.

‘Seeing themselves (in campaigns) will make them more comfortable and see that they need to take care of themselves.’

Gay Star News

Black patients, black physicians and the need to improve health outcomes for African Americans

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Awareness, Employment, Environment, Gay, Health, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Medical, Preservation, Protection, Race, Representation, Safety, Sex, Support, Treatment, World

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07-May-2019


Richard Madden thinks it’ll be a “terrible route to go down” if roles were restricted to an actor’s sexuality 

 

Former Game of Thrones star Richard Madden has weighed in on the debate over who should get gay roles after the Sir Elton John biopic, Rocketman, came under fire for casting straight actors.

Both Taron Egerton and Madden identify as straight, and are playing Sir Elton and his former manager John Reid, who are both gay, respectively.

Speaking to The Guardian, he said: “It’s a really terrible route to go down if we start restricting people’s casting based on their personal lives. We have to focus more on diversity and having everyone represented, but I’m also a firm believer in the best actor for the part.”

Gay Times

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Employment, Entertainment, Film, Hot Swatch, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Representation, Respect, Support

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07-May-2019


Limited Edition Gay Vodka Comes to Utah for Pride 

 

One Utah-based distillery is making the most out of the combination of living in Mormon country and everyone gearing up for Pride season.

Ogden’s Own Distillery is launching a limited edition vodka — Five Husbands.

Pride

Tags: Alcohol, Business, Celebration, Dedication, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, LGBTQ, Product, Representation, Support

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07-May-2019


Pornhub Wants to Return Tumblr to its “Former Glory” 

 

After Tumblr banned all adult content in December, basically signing it’s own death certificate, Pornhub has reportedly said that the website is interested in restoring the microblogging service to its former glory.

Tumblr’s announcement that it would implement a ban against pornography and any possibly suggestive content created wall to wall news. Tumblr users said that the decision would decimate communities, particularly queer ones, that were sometimes meant for pleasure, other times posed as representation for minorities who didn’t see themself in mainstream pornography, and other times served as sex educators in a world where sex education is woefully lacking. Those users were right. Communities and some 150 million users disappeared as a result of the ban.

There has been no perfect replacement for the service as of yet. And if Pornhub has its way, maybe there doesn’t need to be.

Out

Tags: App, Business, Community, Entertainment, Finance, LGBTQ, NSFW, Preservation, Representation, Social Media

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03-May-2019


Special’s Ryan O’Connell: Stop using disabled people as ‘inspiration porn’ / Amplify by Gay Times 

 

“It’s been really, really surreal to be honest! I feel like I always believed in what we were doing and what we made, but to have people as bowled over as they are is incredibly emotional and surreal,” he says. “The messages I’ve been getting from people who are disabled, and gay, or gay and disabled, or just even not is overwhelming and I can’t wait to unpack it with my therapist!”

Written and led on screen by Ryan, the eight excellent 15-minute episodes take inspiration from his 2015 memoir, I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves and features a partly-fictional version of himself. Produced by Jim Parsons of The Big Bang Theory, Special has gone global with fans from across the world going crazy for Ryan O’Connell. And while he’s game for it all, there’s a serious message as well: Giving young queer and disabled people the role model Ryan looked for, but never found.

Gay Times

Tags: Actor, Awareness, Celebrity, Disabled, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Interview, LGBTQ, Portrait, Representation, Sex, Social Media, Treatment, TV Gay Swatch

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03-May-2019


Dan Reynolds speaks out against gay ‘cure’ therapy at Billboard awards 

 

Dan Reynolds continues to prove his status as an LGBTQ ally.
The American singer-songwriter, who graced the cover of GAY TIMES in January year, and his band Imagine Dragons were the winners of the Top Rock Artist award at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards this week.

Dan used the opportunity to highlight a cause close to his heart, dedicating his speech to LGBTQ youth who have been – or are at risk of being – put through the harmful practice of gay conversion ‘therapy’.

“I just wanna take this moment to say there are still 34 states that have no laws banning conversion therapy, and on top of that 58% of our LGBTQ population live in those states,” he said.

“This can change, but its gonna take all of us talking to our state legislators [and] pushing forward laws to protect our LGBTQ youth.”

Gay Times

Tags: Activism, Award, Awareness, Celebrity, Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Environment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Hot Swatch, Humanity, Inspired, LGBTQ, Music, Religion, Representation, Respect, Speech, Standing Up, Super Daddy!, Support

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03-May-2019


These LGBTQ Activists Don’t Want Queer and Trans People Serving in the Military 

 

Earlier this year, The New York Times published a story headlined “Transgender Troops Caught Between a Welcoming Military and a Hostile Government.” The piece highlights the discrepancy between the way that three trans service members were welcomed into their squadrons and platoons and the hostility they’ve faced from the Trump Administration. Rather than focusing on the work that the main subject, Senior Airman Sterling Crutcher, does as part of a B-52 bomber squadron, the piece describes the community that he found in the military: “He relaxes on weekends by playing video games and has Airsoft gun battles with the other troops from his unit.”

That piece is just one in a wave of media coverage over the last two years focused on what has come to be known as the “trans military ban.” In July 2017, Donald Trump haphazardly announced his plans to ban transgender people from serving in the military. After federal judges across the country struck down his administration’s attempts to implement the policy over the following year and a half, the ban eventually went into effect, with help from the Supreme Court, in April 2019. Since Trump’s announcement, the trans military ban has remained the most prominent LGBTQ issue in the country, occupying significant space in liberal and conservative media coverage—the latter supporting the ban and the former opposing it.

Vice

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Backlash, Ban, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Hostility, Military, New World Order, Opinion, Politics, Privilege, Representation, Safety, Treatment, War

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02-May-2019


Greg Berlanti Says Gay Execs Stopped Him From Casting Gay Actors 

 

GREG BERLANTI OPENED UP ABOUT HOLLYWOOD’S INTERNALIZED HOMOPHOBIA.

LGBTQ representation on television is at an all-time high. Sadly, many queer actors are only cast as characters that match their identities. For that reason, many out creatives advocate for reserving those roles for queer talent. Without saving those roles for LGBTQ actors, many gifted queer actors would never get cast at all.

Gayety

Tags: Celebrity, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Equality, Exclusivity, Film, Hollywood, Homophobia, Interview, LGBTQ, Representation, TV Gay Swatch

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02-May-2019


Taron Egerton: ‘I Had a Period of Feeling I Might Be Gay’ 

 

“I felt Richard’s penis … on my leg,” he told Attitude. “We shot a scene where we are both naked on a bed, and we are rolling around. I don’t really know how much further we could have gone.”

“In the script, this is the scene of Elton losing his virginity, and we wanted to try to do that justice, and also at that point, their relationship hasn’t broken down yet,” Egerton explained. “They were falling in love, and it’s beautiful because it should be. We didn’t want to play like they were a couple who were eventually going to fall apart, we wanted to play it like two guys in their early twenties who are falling in love and who are incredibly sexually attracted to each other.”

In the same interview, Egerton also opened up about discovering his sexuality saying, “When I was 14 or 15, I had a period of thinking I might be gay and I spoke to my mother about it.”

Gayety

Madonna's next video 'tribute to Stonewall, drag queens and LGBTI rights'

Judith Light to receive honorary Tony Award for LGBTI and HIV activism

Tags: Actor, Award, Celebration, Celebrity, Entertainment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Film, Interview, LGBTQ, Music, Portrait, Representation, Sex Identity, Support, Video Gay Swatch

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01-May-2019


The Life of Gay Teen Nigel Shelby Celebrated With Rainbow Casket 

 

Gay Alabama teenager Nigel Shelby was laid to rest over the weekend with a celebration led by family and friends.

Attendees wore rainbow-themed clothing to the 15-year-old's funeral at a Huntsville cemetery and services were held at the Rock Family Worship Center, according to Aazios.

Advocate

Tags: All Rights, Environment, Equality, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Gay Rights, Homophobia, Representation, Respect, RIP, Suicide, Youth

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30-Apr-2019


Rainbow Tourism: Finding LGBTQ Community in the Rural South 

 

Most representation of the LGBTQ community centers around coastal, urban areas. But there’s a vibrant LGBTQ community in the rural south that often gets overlooked.

NBC News

Tags: Environment, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Representation, Travel, Video Gay Swatch

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26-Apr-2019


What I Learned About Loving My Body as a Gay Man 

 

Everyone has a story about their body. Some of us want to look great for the beach, to feel powerful and sexy when we’re in bed with someone, or to move easily without pain or discomfort.

My body’s story has everything to do with being gay.

As a kid, I was always sick and had more allergies than you could count. I had allergies to foods, dust, pollens, and fragrances. I reacted in many ways, from a skin rash to hives, earaches that were beyond painful, diarrhea, flu-like symptoms, and days spent sick in bed. To make matters worse, I was diagnosed as ADHD. Imagine pairing an allergic reaction and ADHD together! Suffice to say I never felt like I had much control over my body as a child.

Being sick a lot made me aware of how my body responded to food and foods that did not agree with me. Perhaps because of my mother’s intervention and being so reactive to food as a child, I never got fat. I was always skinny. When you’re sick all the time it’s difficult to gain weight.

The Good Men Project

'What happens when I'm no longer desirable?' How fear of ageing took over my 20s

Have you ever felt lonely whilst being in a romantic relationship?

Tags: Aging, Anatomy, Beauty, Children, Discovery, Environment, Fear, Film, Gay, Health, Judgement, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, Perception, Poll, Portrait, Relationships, Representation, Treatment, Voting, World, Youth

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26-Apr-2019




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