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“Not an aberration but a variation”: What India’s supreme court judges have said about homosexuality
India’s supreme court, hearing petitions against a 19th century law criminalising homosexuality, has raised the hopes of the country’s LGBTQ community with some pointed remarks…
We got Big Freedia a butt ice sculpture in exchange for some honest answers
He's not mad at Beyoncé or Drake.
The Phenomenon of Coming-Out Videos
Whether funny or solemn, earnest or playful, heartbreaking or heartwarming, the coming-out video has become a significant cultural phenomenon. They are also ever-evolving, as Justice Namaste for Wired
How LGBTQ people are breaking down barriers to take on the great outdoors
Up until approximately, mmm, yesterday, there's been a enduring stereotype of "outdoorsy" people: They're white, cis, straight, and love granola and/or semi-automatic rifles. Of course, there have
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More Hollywood Liberals Should Be Showing Support for the Trans Community
LGBTQ celebs and close allies carried the weight of high-profile responses to a potential anti-trans proposal amid calls for solidarity in the first week of protest.
Let Love Reign: Photography Celebrating LGBTQ+ Couples
Tender portraits from before and after same-sex marriage was legal Nine years in the making, Let Love Reign (currently funding on Kickstarter) is a photography book by Catalina Kulczar with
Link About It: This Week’s Picks
Badass taxi drivers, helping the trans community, Leonardo da Vinci's eye condition and more in our look around the web Help the Transgender Community Fight Harmful Policies In a new memo, the Trump
serpentwithfeet: bless ur heart (acoustic)
Brooklyn-based artist serpentwithfeet (aka Josiah Wise) breathes new life into “bless ur heart” with a just-released acoustic rendition. From Wise’s LP soil, the original and highly theatrical track
Apple CEO Tim Cook: Banning 'Hate, Division' Is 'Right Thing to Do'
Apple CEO Tim Cook advocated for censorship of "those who push hate [and] division" across his company's digital platforms.
NYT Editor Defends Kevin Hart: 'We Are Setting Standards Nobody Can Meet'
New York Times editor Susan Fowler wrote in an opinion-editorial that the ousting of comedian Kevin Hart as host of the Oscars over the resurfacing of his previous gay jokes sets unattainable
Talking Tech, Gender, Pleasure and Politics With Lora DiCarlo’s Founder
"Hold the phone, did you just call women's sexual health and wellness 'profane?'"
Glorious Photo Series Protests Russian Anti-LGBT Laws
Defiant, powerful and gloriously triumphant, Roman Gunt and Nick Gavrilov’s new photo series captures young couples kissing in front of various state institutions, landmarks and more—in support of
San Antonio Bans Chick-fil-A from Airport for Lack of LGBTQ Support
The San Antonio city council has banned Chick-fil-A from the city's airport because the company is supportive of Christian values.
Broadly’s Gender-Inclusive Stock Photos
After a 2015 Broadly article about tucking inappropriately featured a photo of a cisgender man, the author, Diana Tourjée (now a staff member at the publication and the driving force behind this
United Airlines Offers X Gender Option for Non-Binary Passengers
Last year New York City (independently from the state) joined Oregon, California and Washington in offering a third gender option (X) on birth certificates. But many other official documents and forms
This Photographer Is Bridging the Gap Between Generations of Trans People
We spoke to photographer Bex Day about her photo series 'Hen.'
Alabama Deputy Suspended After Making Homophobic Comments About LGBTQ Teenager Who Took His Own Life
In the aftermath of 15-year-old Nigel Shelby, who identified as gay, taking his own life, a Madison County deputy has been placed on administrative leave in response to homophobic comments he made on
Brazil’s homophobic president says he doesn’t want his country to become a “gay tourism paradise,” and we’re so tired
With so many stories of anti-LGBTQ discrimination in the U.S., we can sometimes overlook the struggles of LGBTQ people on a global scale. And recently, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro publicly said
The House Passes Equality Act to Prevent LGBTQ Discrimination
On Friday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Equality Act, which expands protections for members of the LGBTQ community.Read more...
Alabama on Refusal to Air Gay Wedding Episode of Arthur: 'It Would Be a Violation of Trust'
The 22nd season premiere of PBS’s Arthur included a bit of a surprise, as audiences were treated to a beautiful wedding. But Alabama Public Television refused to air it because it was a sex-same