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Time 100's LGBTQ Honorees Include Lady Gaga, Ryan Murphy, Indya Moore


Ryan Murphy — the gay producer of FX's Pose, American Horror Story, American Crime Story, and more — is among those in the "titans" category. His entry was written by Jessica Lange, whose acting career experienced a revival in part due to Murphy casting her in AHS.

"He is a born storyteller, and, like the best of them, he is constantly pushing the limits. I have often marveled at his uncanny ability at capturing the zeitgeist," Lange wrote.

"Ryan is an artist of unlimited creative power and talent. But, more importantly, he has a great heart and is a dear and fiercely loyal friend. My life is better for knowing him."


Tags: Activism, Art, Celebrity, Entertainment, LGBTQ, List, Representation, Respect, Support, Tribute



Slate: I Made Gaybros for Gays Into Guy Stuff. But as We Grew, I Learned That “Stuff” Could Include More Than I Imagined.


You’ve probably heard of the idea of a queer “scene,” perhaps most often from people who don’t care for it. But what, exactly, is this scene? Who’s a part of it? Who isn’t? Who decides? Is there more than one? What happens when a scene evolves—or when it doesn’t? These are the questions we’ve gathered a group of writers to consider for an Outward special issue on “The Scene” in LGBTQ life today. You can read all of the stories in the issue here, and you can listen to a full episode of the Outward podcast covering more of the queer scene by subscribing on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever you get your audio.

At the age of 21, I deleted every show tune off my iPod Video and disciplined my wavy hair into an almost-military buzzcut. Now, I decided, I was really into trucks and hockey. Previously a too-fastidious Alex, I made people call me Al. I turned my nose up at pop culture, fashion, or anything associated with the gay scene—or at least what I perceived the gay scene to be. At the time, I undertook this overhaul because that stuff, with all its flash and pretense, had come to annoy me; in today’s slang, I would have called it all incredibly “basic.” So I left that basic shit behind and went on with my life as a newly non-basic, overtly masculine gay man.


Tags: Activism, Environment, Gay, Group, Judgement, Masculinity, Perception, Representation, Self Interest, Stereotype



LGBTQ Elders Made Our Lives Possible—Now We Must Care for Them 


The LGBTQ movement stands on the shoulders of giants. Fifty years ago, our LGBTQ elders shattered barriers at Stonewall. A decade later, they spoke truth to power as AIDS ravaged their chosen families. In the years before and since, they marched on Washington and are still fighting for justice today.

Now it is our time to fight for them — because all too often, LGBTQ elders are not receiving the care and support they deserve. With experts predicting that as many as 4.7 million LGBTQ older adults will be seeking care and services by the year 2030, we must act now.

That’s why the Human Rights Campaign is joining SAGE, the premier advocacy organization for LGBTQ elders, in stepping up to address this injustice by helping to ensure LGBTQ older adults will be treated with respect and dignity when choosing and receiving aging and long-term care.


Tags: Activism, All Rights, Environment, History, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Neglect, Respect, Seniors, Unity



San Jose to hang rainbow flags at airport Chick-fil-A in support of LGBTQ rights 


A California city that last year approved the addition of a Chick-fil-A at its local airport now wants to send a message of support to LGBTQ people as the opening date for the fast-food restaurant nears.

The San Jose City Council voted 11-0 on Tuesday to hang rainbow flags in support of LGBTQ people and pink, blue and white flags for transgender rights at or near a Chick-fil-A due to open in May at San Jose International Airport.

Rosemary Barnes, a spokeswoman for the airport, said it will decide where to place the flags.

The council's vote comes as two other cities around the country have blocked Chick-fil-A from opening at their airports over concerns that the restaurant chain has a record of supporting anti-gay organizations.

NBC News

Tags: Activism, Environment, Finance, Food, Homophobia, Hypocrisy, Lifestyle, Pride, Protest, Religion, Respect, Restaurant, Threat



Julia Roberts stands strong with LGBTI youth by being totally silent 


Ahead of the Day of Silence tomorrow, Julia Roberts posted a video yesterday (10 April) in which she stood strong with LGBTI youth.

The Pretty Woman superstar posted the silent video to encourage her followers to join the #DayOfSilence.

Moreover, the student-led national event sees folks take a vow of silence to highlight the silencing and erasure of LGBTI youth in school.

US schools have held the day in April since 1996.

Gay Star News

Tags: Activism, Actor, Celebrity, Education, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, LGBTQ, Representation, Support, Treatment, Video, Youth



Pride organizers cancel parade citing ‘current political & social environment.’ They mean racism. 


Pride organizers in a city in Canada have canceled this year’s parade, citing “the current political and social environment.”

The parade was scheduled for this coming June as part of the city’s ten-day Pride festivities, but the Edmonton Pride Festival Society (EPFS) board just announced in an email that the parade has been canceled.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Argument, Backlash, Cancellation, Celebration, Environment, LGBTQ, Pride, Racism, Representation, Safety



How I survived three suicide attempts as gay teen and am now getting angry 


I was seven years old when I knew I was different. One day my brain pieced it all together and suddenly it hit me: ‘Wait, am I gay?’

My whole life changed forever. Things now made sense but I hated who I was becoming. I started to wonder what my parents would think. Would I lose my friends? Will society reject me? All as a 12-year-old boy.

I withdrew and would spend most of my time outside of school in my room. I stopped talking for fear people would be able to tell from the sound of my voice. I became depressed and isolated.

Now friendless, I spent my 13th birthday alone in my room feeling awful about myself. I couldn’t see a future where I could be happy again. Two days later I tried to take my life for the first time.

Nobody knew I had tried to take my life and I felt embarrassed. I didn’t know what to do, or who to talk to. Because the suicide attempt was linked to my sexuality it was impossible to seek help. After that attempt I thought life might get better but it got worse.

Gay Star News

Tags: Activism, Dedication, Education, Employment, Environment, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Suicide, Support, Survival, World, Youth



Married Indians are looking for same-sex affairs after decriminalization 


In the six months since India decriminalized gay sex, users looking for same-sex encounters on an extramarital affairs service have increased by 45%.

‘People feel freer to express their sexual preference and to pursue homosexual or bisexual encounters outside the wedlock’ Gleeden said in a press release.

Based in France, Gleeden is a female-run dating app for people looking to cheat on their husbands or wives. It has more than 4.5 million registered users.

Three percent of Gleeden’s 500,000 users in India’s are listed as homosexual while 1% are listed as bisexual.

In September last year, India’s Supreme Court ruled that a colonial-era law banning gay sex with up to 10 years in prison was unconstitutional.

What’s more, in October the same court scrapped a law which criminalized adultery.

Gay Star News

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Celebration, Environment, Freedom, LGBTQ, Politics, Protection, Representation, Respect, Sex, World



'Baby Shark' Drag Queen Is Back With a Video to Support LGBTQ Youth 

The drag queen who went viral for her performance of “Baby Shark” by request of a toddler at brunch a couple weekends ago is using her moment to support LGBTQ youth.

Marti Gould Cummings got together with a bunch of New York queens to film their version of an actual “Baby Shark” video for little kiddos.

“The team behind Shade: Queens of NYC and I decided to make a music video for kids with the song and use the video as a way for the grown ups watching to find ways to help LGBTQ youth,” she told NewNowNext, citing the links for the Ali Forney Center for Homeless LGBTQ Youth and the Hetrick Martin Institute below the video.


Tags: Activism, All Rights, Children, Cute, Drag, Education, Entertainment, LGBTQ, Representation, Support, Tribute, Video Gay Swatch, Youth



North Carolina legislators introduce slew of pro-LGBTQ bills 


Lawmakers in North Carolina have introduced a trio of bills designed to protect LGBTQ North Carolinians, including legislation to halt the use of conversion therapy throughout the state.

The Mental Health Prevention Act, HB 516 and SB 426, would protect LGBTQ youth and disabled adults from attempts to change their sexual orientation or gender identity using psychological or spiritual means. In many cases, the practice of conversion therapy can be extreme, causing profound harm to those who are treated by such – including dramatic increases in suicide attempts.

LGBTQ Nation

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UK, George Clooney lead calls for Brunei to drop LGBT+ death penalty

Tags: Activism, App, Award, Backlash, Celebration, Celebrity, Conversion Therapy, Court, Crime, Dating, Death, Education, Environment, Equality, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Fighting Back, Finance, Gay Rights, Hate, Home, Homophobia, Hostility, Inclusion, Laws, LGBTQ, Protections, Protest, Punishment, Representation, Sex, Support, Victims, Violence, World, Youth



Puerto Rico governor bans gay ‘conversion therapy’ for minors after politicians refuse to make practice illegal 


The governor of Puerto Rico signed an executive order on Wednesday banning so-called conversion therapy for gay or transgender minors on the island.

The decision came after Puerto Rico’s House of Representatives refused to vote on a bill that would have prohibited conversion therapy, a discredited practice that proponents claim can change a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity. The measure passed the Senate this month.

“I firmly believe that the idea that there are people in our society who need treatment because of their gender identity or whom they love is not only absurd, it is harmful to so many children and young adults who deserve to be treated with dignity and respect,” governor Ricardo Rosselló said in a statement last week announcing his plans.

The original bill, introduced by senators Eduardo Bhatia and Zoé Laboy Alvarado last spring, sought to ban conversion therapy among licensed medical professionals and in religious institutions that receive state funding.


Tags: Activism, All Rights, Americans, Laws, Leaders, LGBTQ, Politics, Religion



'Action should be taken and we should be a lot stricter': Lewis Hamilton insists racism is still prevalent in society and will not be wiped out for years 


Speaking ahead of Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix in the tiny Gulf state, he added: 'It is crazy to think that in these times racism is still so prominent.. It is there all around the world, which is sad to see.

'I don't think the situation is going to change for a long time. I don't fully know how it can be resolved.

'But everyone needs to stand up against it more. I remember being at school and you got a slap on the hand for it and it was just allowed to slide. That shouldn't happen anywhere. Action should be taken and we should be a lot stricter.

'It starts from parents passing it on to kids, and that then continues down..' Hamilton has previously highlighted the lack of diversity in Formula One. Fourteen years after his debut following his journey from a Stevenage council estate, he remains among a handful of non-white faces in the paddock.

Daily Mail

Tags: Activism, Celebrity, Daddy Squish, Parenting, Racism, Support, World



Fewer Americans Think LGBT People Face Discrimination 


Over the past decade, the gay rights movement has had a lot to celebrate. Within a single generation, a politically divided country appeared to reach a consensus in support of same-sex marriage and acceptance of gay and lesbian people. Today, two-thirds of Americans support allowing gay and lesbian people to marry, nearly the mirror opposite of where things stood in 1996, the first year Gallup polled on the question.

But the rapid rise in support and the corresponding changes in American culture have led to a growing disconnect between public perceptions and the actual experiences of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in the U.S.

Perceptions of discrimination against gay and lesbian people have plummeted over the past few years, particularly among young people. Only 55 percent of Americans believe that gay and lesbian people face a lot of discrimination in the U.S., down from 68 percent in 2013. Among young adults, historically some of the strongest supporters of gay rights, perceptions of discrimination against gay and lesbian people dropped by 16 points. What’s more, a Pew Research Center study suggests that Americans surveyed by phone may be overstating the extent to which they believe gay and lesbian people face discrimination. A 2014 report found that Americans were 14 points less likely to say gays and lesbians experience a lot of discrimination when responding to an online survey than when a pollster called them.

Five Thirty Eight

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Tags: Activism, All Rights, Americans, Apology, Backlash, Celebrity, Conversion Therapy, Environment, Harassment, Homophobia, Inciting Violence, LGBTQ, Misrepresentation, Politics, Racism, Religion, Respect, Social Media, Study, Support



State Supreme Court overturns lower court ruling, says Sandy Hook families can sue gun manufacturer Remington 


The Connecticut Supreme Court Thursday narrowly reversed a ruling by a lower court judge dismissing a lawsuit by the families of victims of the Sandy Hook shooting against Remington Arms Company, allowing the case to proceed.

In a 4-3 decision the court remanded the landmark gun case back to Bridgeport Superior Court and possibly created a path that other mass shooting victims can follow to get around the federal Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, known as PLCAA, which has protected the manufacturers of the AR-15 assault rifle from lawsuits.


Tags: Activism, Court, Crime, Environment, Family, Finance, Guns/Toys, Justice, Murder, Protections, Safety, Violence



Michael Jackson's Streams Drop After 'Finding Neverland' 


Michael Jackson's sales, streaming numbers, and radio airplay have all dipped in the wake of the two-part documentary Leaving Neverland.

According to Billboard, Jackson's combined album and song sales dropped by 5 percent after the Neverland premiere. His album sales alone dropped by 39 percent. Jackson's on-demand streams fell from 19.7 million to 18.7 million.


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Michael Jackson 'innocent' adverts to be removed from London buses

Tags: Abuse, Activism, Backlash, Children, Documentary, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Finance, History, Music, Parental Burden, Punishment, Sex, Violence



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