TV shows such as "Steven Universe," "She-Ra and the Princesses of Power," and "Craig of the Creek" are leading the way with the most LGBTQ characters.
June 26, 2020, marks the five-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision to pass marriage equality in all 50 states. In those five years, LGBTQ+ couples have tied the knot in states all across the US. From how parents have become increasingly involved to the average wedding party size, LGBTQ+ […]
Many of the nation’s biggest Pride parades have been cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic. But it doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate how far the LGBTQ community has come this June. Between donating to important LGBTQ organisations and engaging with friends online, there are a number of ways to celebrate […]
There are plenty of shows featuring LGBTQ characters on streaming services. Older classics like “Will and Grace” and “The L Word” are available to stream on Hulu. Netflix has several original series like “Orange Is the New Black,” “Tales of the City,” and “Trinkets.” You can watch the buzzy show […]
America is full of thriving LGBTQ communities. New Orleans, Austin, and Tampa have been named some of the best cities for gay dating, according to a new survey. Here are 16 of the best places for gay dating, based on factors including the number of single people in the gay […]
In the US, June is Pride month. It’s a time when cities show extra support for LGBTQ+ rights, culture, and communities through parades, drag shows, film festivals, talks, rallies, and more. The tradition that goes back to the early 1970s, when New York and San Francisco began hosting events to […]
Chants of the word “puto,” which is commonly seen as a homophobic slur, were recently heard at an L.A. Galaxy game on the team’s “Pride Night.” Despite the word’s reputation, it remains popular among fans, especially in Mexico, who insist upon its harmlessness. Chants of the homophobic slur “Puto” were […]