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This is the State of LGBTQ Equality at Home and Abroad – Updated Nov. 7

Back in 2001 the Netherlands became the first country to legalize gay marriage. Countries like Belgium, Spain, Canada, South Africa, Norway, Portugal and Iceland were quick to...

HBO Launches a Four-Part LGBTQ Docuseries and We’re Living for It

HBO Max is undertaking a four-part docuseries on the LGBTQ movement’s struggle for equality. It will be the most ambitious TV project to examine the community’s...

This Is Where the Next WorldPride Will Be

InterPride has announced that the next WorldPride after 2021 will be celebrated in Sydney, Australia in 2023. The Australian capital beat out Houston, Texas in the United States...

This Is Why Queer Women Make More Money Than Straight Women

Across the industrialized world, queer women earn – on average – nine percent more money than straight women. Here’s why. Queer Women Earn More By Working More...

What Have You Done Today to Make You Feel Proud? This is LGBT History Month

If you think WorldPride was the end of the LGBTQ community’s 2019 celebrations, think again. All of October is LGBT History Month, an ideal time to remember our fight for...

These Are 11 Reasons Why LGBTQ Protesters Are at the Supreme Court

On October 8, the Supreme Court of the United States was slated to hear pivotal cases about whether to ensure or rollback employment protections for LGBTQ people. Here are 11...

Here Are Four Books Focused on Getting to a Healthier You

In terms of your health, if you’re not getting ahead, you’re falling behind. Here’s our round-up of the latest books that focus on how to get the most out of...

This is the Mystery Girl Who Helped Create the Rainbow Flag

Not many know how a straight woman helped make the rainbow flag an LGBT reality. Now Lynn Segerblom is finally getting some long-deserved recognition for her part in bringing the...

What Made Peter Berlin Famous? It’s All About the Package

Gay sex symbol Peter Berlin may be the first man to understand personal branding in the modern sense. Some say he created the selfie. He was born in German-occupied Poland in 192...

You Need to Know the Truth about These 7 PrEP Myths

As an important advisory panel votes to recommend the first new drug option that could be used for preventing HIV with PrEP, we double check the facts about taking the medication....

This Is What It Was Really like to Fly with Tituss Burgess

What was it like to fly from Britain to the USA with Courtney Act, Tituss Burgess and a plane full of fabulous LGBTQ celebrities? Pride Flying Adored Recently, Virgin Atlantic...

This Is What We Know about the 1973 Gay Bar Arson That Killed 30

In 1973, a New Orleans gay bar called Up Stairs was set ablaze by an arsonist, and the resulting fire killed 32 people. Decades before the PULSE nightclub massacre took 49...