Fox & Friends took to the streets to prove gender neutral symbols were too confusing. They found no one was confused.
“Business does not usually take a position on the institution of marriage. But, in my time as chief executive, I learned that any policy that fosters an inclusive environment makes good business sense.”
At Camp You Are You, boys don’t have to be boys. They can be whoever they want to be, even if that includes wearing a dress.
It’s easy to think we have this whole civil rights issue in check—to listen to President Obama speak in support of gay marriage and watch state after state legalize gay marriage.
Then you head to The Guardian’s infographic “Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights around the world.” You see a rainbow drawn mostly in dead, data-less gray. And you realize, things are still bad. Horrifically bad.
Transgender activist and author Janet Mock wants others to be as comfortable in their skin as she is in hers.
Though well intentioned Tumblrs approach to blocking porn by making certain tags accessible via search has already backfired.
We originally reported on Tumblr’s new porn-blocking technique as a clever way to filter out porn for users who don’t want to see it while not limiting freedom of expression. Unfortunately, it looks like the decision had some unintended consequences.
By blocking the tags #gay, #lesbian, and #bisexual from search results in mobile apps, Tumblr blacklisted a lot of advocacy content in addition to porn, which has some LGBTQ users calling it “a crackdown on our very identities.”
Ashley Kolodner wants viewers’ reactions to her photo series GayFace to be something along the lines of, ”'Hey, that kind of looks like my cousin,' or 'My aunt kind of looks like that.'”