Month: July 2019

Gay Guidance Counselor Sues Indianapolis Archdiocese For Discrimination After Being Fired

The archdiocese told NBC News in a statement Monday that it has “a constitutional right to hire leaders who support the schools’ religious mission.” A gay guidance counselor is suing the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis for discrimination, alleging it fired her from a job at a high school because […] The post Gay Guidance […]

What It’s Really Like to Juggle Hot Guys in an Open Gay Relationship

Comedian Jimmy Fowlie will not be ignored. Looking? Meet Curtis. He’s 30 and in a “healthy relationship.” When we last saw Curtis, an alter ego of comedian Jimmy Fowlie, he was lashing out at his straight friends for coupling up and making him feel like a gay ninth wheel. As we learn […] The post What It’s […]

Ricky Martin Reacts to Puerto Rico Governor’s Resignation: ‘We Did It’

‘We’ve rescued our island,’ the gay singer said. As the embattled governor of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rosselló, resigned, Ricky Martin praised protesters and celebrated the news. In a slow, softly-spoken Instagram video today (25 July), Martin, after over a week of protesting, described his relief over the governor’s stepping-down. This came after a winding journey […] The post Ricky Martin […]

Could Phase 4 Bring Us Wiccan and Hulkling?

Could Phase 4 Bring Us Wiccan and Hulkling?

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Last year, Marvel Studio’s head Kevin Feige shared that the MCU was going to have openly LGBTQ superheroes. Outside of his, and executive Victoria Alonso’s, comments that the MCU was preparing to represent Latin, Gay, and Asian people, Feige specifically said that already established characters would have their sexual orientations depicted andnew […] The post Could Phase […]

Congresswoman Introduces Bill to Protect LGBTQ Rights Worldwide

U.S. Rep. Dina Titus of Nevada Monday introduced a bill aimed at protecting the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex people worldwide. The Greater Leadership Overseas for the Benefit of Equality (GLOBE) Act would codify the State Department position of Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI […] The post Congresswoman Introduces […]

Online Gay Dating: 10 Ways To Spark Chemistry With Him

Gay dating apps get a boatload of flack for being superficial, but the truth is that most single gay men are on at least one to a few apps. In fact, 23% of people in the U.S. have met long-term romantic partners online. Gay dating apps are a great way to meet […] The post Online Gay […]

City becomes sixth in Wisconsin to ban conversion therapy

The city of Racine in Wisconsin has become the sixth in the state to outlaw conversion therapy for anyone under the age of 18. 18 states in the US, including New York and California, have currently banned conversion therapy state-wide, but Wisconsin is not yet one of them and relies on individual […] The post City becomes […]

Emmys 2019: LGBTQ Stars And Shows Rack Up Nominations

Is this the biggest year yet for queer TV talent? The nominations for the 2019 Emmys are in, and it might just be the gayest year yet for for TV’s biggest awards night. Killing Eve leads the ‘queer interest’ pack with nine nominations, including Outstanding Actress (Drama) nods for Sandra Oh and Jodie […] The post Emmys 2019: […]

Gus Kenworthy and Matthew Wilkas Have Split After Four Years

“They love and support each other and remain close friends.” Gus Kenworthy and Matthew Wilkas have parted ways after four years. The Olympic freestyle skier and actor – whose credits include Gayby and Bonding – met over Instagram in 2015, shortly after Gus historically came out as gay to the […] The post Gus Kenworthy […]

Trump Administration’s New Human Rights Commission Alarms LGBTQ Advocates

The administration’s Commission on Unalienable Rights is stacked with people who have a history of “fighting against LGBTQ progress,” critics say. The Trump administration on Monday announced the formation of the Commission on Unalienable Rights, an advisory committee that will review “the role of human rights in American foreign policy.” […] The post Trump Administration’s […]