Month: October 2018

Amid the chaos of the current political process in the United States, a new call for marriage equality rises.   Alray Nelson, 32, and his boyfriend Brennen Yonnie, 33, want to get married. The problem: the two live on an Indian Reservation governed by the Navajo Nation. Despite the Supreme […] The post “There’s a […]

Matthew Shepard, who became a symbol of the LGBTQ rights movement in the 1990s, was finally laid to rest today at Washington National Cathedral 20 years after his death. Although Shepard was cremated years ago, his family didn’t want to bury him in Wyoming fearing it would become a pilgrimage […] The post Matthew Shepard […]

GLAAD’s latest Where We Are on TV report has news of record-breaking representation. For the first time, LGBTQ characters of color outnumber white LGBTQ characters on broadcast television. This was one of the major findings from GLAAD’s latest Where We Are on TV report, which examines diversity on network, cable, and streaming television in […] The post Report: LGBTQ […]

The Trump administration is weighing significantly narrowing the definition of gender that would require individuals to identify either as male or female based on their genitalia at birth, a move that could roll back protections for transgender Americans, according to a memo from the Department of Health and Human Services […] The post Trump Administration […]

When the weather turns chilly, do you crave a snuggle buddy? You’re not alone. The “most wonderful time of the year” is unanimously one of the toughest times of the year for single folks, if not the toughest. Not always. But often. So I thought it would be interesting to open up the […] The post Single For […]

How Online Gay Dating Can Work For You

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Do online gay dating websites work? To answer your question simply, yes, gay dating websites do work. A recent Advocate survey found 88% of gay men are open to or actively seeking a relationship. So where’s the best place for all of these singles to find one each other? Online dating, of course. There […] The post How Online […]

Shared hobbies make relationships hotter. Whether sweating on a run, bonding over Netflix, or fine dining and wining together, couples have to share interests – pure and simple.  Leisure pursuits connect couples: You don’t have to share every interest but both of you need something that bonds you while doing something […] The post Gay Relationships: […]

Troye Sivan has helped a gay fan to propose to his boyfriend on stage at his concert. The 23-year-old star came out on YouTube in 2013, and has since been a proud LGBT+ advocate. He has won two GLAAD awards and proudly exhibited his sexuality, for instance by releasing “Bloom,” his song […] The post Troye Sivan […]

Facebook has added a new feature in honor National Coming Out Day. Users will now be able to add “came out” to their timeline as a “Life Event.” The feature will help users share their stories. “For the LGBTQ community, Facebook is a way for you to come out, celebrate your […] The post Here’s How […]

Doctors have diagnosed a San Francisco man on PrEP with HIV. The case marks only the third documented occasion in the United States in which the widely-prescribed and lauded health regimen to prevent HIV infection has failed. The announcement came at IDWeek, a conference for members of the Infectious Diseases […] The post New Case […]