Month: July 2018

Activists are pushing the government to “march in” and break the pharma giant’s Truvada patent.   Their promise is tantalizing: end the HIV epidemic without a vaccine. But how? In an op-ed published this week in The New York Times, two prominent HIV activists and a physician argue “the solution comes in […] The post #BreakThePatent: How […]

Oklahoma’s Sara Cunningham wants to provide hope for LGBTQ people on their wedding days.   An Oklahoma woman has become a viral sensation after offering to be a stand-in mom at same-sex weddings. Sara Cunningham ― who is the author of the 2014 book, How We Sleep At Night: A Mother’s […] The post This Woman […]

  “Honestly, I didn’t realize it was going to be so telling. But I’ve had experiences with men, even while I was dating the woman who became my wife. It was like, ‘Wow, does that mean I am gay?’ And my wife laid it out for me. She calls it […] The post Jason Mraz […]

The bill’s sponsor calls conversion therapy ‘pseudoscience and child endangerment, plain and simple’   Delaware yesterday enacted SB 65: legislation that bans the damaging practice of conversion therapy on minors. Delaware Governor John Carney signed the bill into law. In doing so, it becomes the 15th US state (in addition […] The post Delaware Becomes […]

The Notorious RBG’s early days of fighting gender discrimination finally make it to the big screen.   If the RBG documentary wasn’t enough, then the wait for more of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the big screen will soon be over. Premiering this Christmas, On the Basis of Sex follows Felicity Jones […] The post Felicity Jones […]

What is the best way to make the online search for love successful?   Everyone dates online for different reasons. However, many gay men— especially those who choose a site like Gay Dating Solutions — get online because they’re looking for the right person. You can definitely meet the love of your […] The post Gay Dating […]

The Episcopal Church passed a resolution with overwhelming support on Friday that removed restrictions on same-sex marriage in Middle Tennessee and seven other U.S. dioceses that had not permitted religious wedding ceremonies for gay and lesbian couples in their regions of the church. The General Convention, which concluded its triennial […] The post Episcopal Church […]

Johnny Lee and Sebastian Barleben knew they both wanted a child early on in their relationship   A couple have spoken out about almost giving up their dream to have a biological child when they had three failed surrogacy attempts. Johnny Lee, 37, and Sebastian Barleben, 40, were ready to […] The post Couple Opens […]

“Bring your friends and family, bring a sign, bring a flag!” Vice President Mike Pence will be greeted with a “sausage fest” by LGBTQ activists today (11 July) as he speaks at an event in Kansas City. Alternative rock station KRBZ announced the protest yesterday on Twitter, and said they’ll be […] The post LGBTQ Activists […]

Former Democratic president Jimmy Carter is proving again why he’s considered America’s gentle moral authority by speaking out again in favor of same-sex marriage rights.   As far back as 2014, Carter was speaking up for human rights. Speaking to a packed house at Grand Rapids Community College, Carter responded […] The post Jimmy Carter: […]