The Washington Blade is coming to Los Angeles.
I agree, Broadly: Butch is Beautiful.
Of course there’s Monica Lewinsky lesbian fan fic.
This Quartz article begins: “Li Maizi (also known as Li Tingting) is a gay feminist activist. Those two identities were precisely what got her arrested in China two years ago.” Obviously, you want to know what’s next.
Berlin’s gay museum seems to have the coolest queer art shows.
As does New York’s Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, which just reopened after a massive expansion.
Ghanian TV host and personality Cecilia Konamah told a radio show she “was a lesbian,” but is now happily married to her husband.
Lydia Nabukenya is seeking asylum from her home in Uganda but her application was rejected in the UK because she did not live with her partner.
Lesbian and bisexual women are not getting the cervical screenings they desperately need.
“Call the Midwife” is getting gayer.
Pink and Sia have a new song together (!!!!) called “Waterfall.”
Kim Kardashian joined Sarah Paulson and a bunch of other celebs (LGBTQs and allies) at the Family Equality Council Awards in LA over the weekend.
The Human Rights Campaign and Athlete Ally have brought together more than 80 LGBTQ equality organizations to ask the NCAA to consider lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people as it decides the locations of future championship sites.
iHeartMedia just launched a new queer radio station: Pride Radio Philly.
Screenshots will haunt homophobes forever and I’m fine with it.
Frank Ocean‘s new track “Chanel” is super queer, and a bi woman writes about what it means to her over at Teen Vogue.
L.A. Pride Parade is going to be a resistance march this year.
South Dakota just made discrimination against LGBTQs totally legal.
The brilliant women behind the Reductress are in The New York Times.
Ellen DeGeneres has some new home decor for rich people and also won three more Kids Choice Awards over the weekend. The definition of winning.
Fans of women dancing together will love the idea of “And The Moon.”
Queer and trans youth need more than just bathrooms.