On World AIDS Day 2013, we look back at inspiring images from last year.
Today is World AIDS Day. Observed every year on December 1, World AIDS Day is a chance to learn about HIV/AIDS and pledge to do all we can to stop it. This year’s theme is “Shared Responsibility: Strengthening Results for an AIDS-Free Generation.” Learn more about what you can do here, and if you haven’t been tested, find your nearest testing location here.
With Gov. Pat Quinn’s signature on Senate Bill 10, Illinois Wednesday became the 16th U.S. state to embrace marriage equality.
People flooded the streets of Chicago’s Boystown to celebrate their new right to marry.
A new film screened at the 4th Annual ONE Queer Film Fest last weekend offers a glimpse into a unique corner of queer history. Titled “24 Hitchhikers,” the film explores photos taken by an unnamed, closeted Atomic Energy Commission scientist who picked up hitchhikers during his daily commute along the Pacific Coast Highway.
Type the words “women should” and you’ll discover that the most common ways to complete the phrase are “stay at home,” “be slaves” and “be in the kitchen.” Now what happens when you repeat the Google search substituting “gays” for “women”?
ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives has shared a collection of photos to be used for LGBT-specific lesson plans in Los Angeles County high schools.
*~Free Figure Revolution’s Body Posi Rally at VCU!~*
[Here’s the entire album of amazingness!]
Earlier this summer, Miami-Dade County Commissioner Audrey Edmonson introduced a proposed amendment to protect transgender people under the county’s anti-discrimination law.
For many gay people, the years they spent (attempting) to live a “straight” life in the straight world were not pretty ones.