Automatic teller machines don’t get much more offensive than this. An ATM at a bar called El Ocho de Blanco in the Puerto Rican capital of San Juan returned a receipt with the message “we hate fags” written in English at the bottom, sparking an uproar among the island’s LGBT community this week, as a picture of the receipt burned through social media and the blogosphere.
Uma Thurman will star as controversial Anita Bryant in Anita, produced by Sex And the City creators. Based on the true story, the film will follow former celebrity singer and orange juice spokeswoman Anita Bryant, who after allowing a gay screenwriter into her home, is forced to confront her past as an anti-gay Christian crusader who successfully campaigned to overturn a gay rights law in Florida and destroyed her show biz career in the process.
The lineup for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest has been decided with the last 10 songs chosen from 17 candidates in the second semi-final. Finland’s lesbian kiss-boosted “Marry me” has made it, and it will do battle in Malmo on Saturday with a Vampire-themed entry from Romania, a 2.34 metre-high Ukrainian and Bonnie Tyler, among others.
Analouisa Valencia, a 19-year-old beauty queen from Spartanburg, regularly gets interview requests from across the country, and despite her natural shyness, she accepts them all. As the first openly lesbian contestant for Miss South Carolina and one of a small number of multi-racial contestants, Valencia has had her picture in national, regional, local and niche publications this spring.
The Talk co-host Sara Gilbert shared some good news on the show Monday – that she and girlfriend Linda Perry are tying the knot! Gilbert told her costars and the studio audience about her engagement that happened "about a week ago."
After two days of highly anticipated courtroom arguments about same-sex marriage, a sweeping ruling on gay rights seems unlikely from the U.S. Supreme Court. But when decisions in both cases come in late June, the result may nonetheless be an important one for advocates of same-sex marriage.
Former lefty favourite loses gig bookings after saying same-sex marriage will be 'downfall of civilisation'. Singer-songwriter Michelle Shocked has shocked fans after launching an anti-gay rant onstage in San Francisco on Sunday night.
Two Japanese lesbians have become the first same-sex couple to tie the knot at Tokyo Disney Resort, both decked out in fairy-tale white dresses despite an initial ruling that one had to wear men’s clothes.
FIFA has written to the Nigerian Football Federation to seek clarification over reports that lesbians have been banned from playing in the West Africa nation. A spokesperson for the world governing body told CNN Friday that a letter had been sent requesting more information.
Well, this is awkward. Fox News ran an article on how feminism has made heterosexual relationships and marriage so challenging. To illustrate this point, the conservative news source ran a photo of a lesbian wedding.
British Parliament passed a bill legalizing same-sex marriage Tuesday. Prime Minister David Cameron and other senior British officials threw their support behind a gay marriage bill ahead of a key Parliament vote on the divisive topic.
Two granddaughters of the founder of the adamantly homophobic Westboro Baptist Church, also know as the ‘God Hates Fags’ church, appear to have quit the organisation, and expressed regret at “inflicting pain on others” whilst still members.
Our 2nd SHOE Adventure Days were a huge success! 20 SHOEs from different countries met from 1-3 February in the alps in Germany for a fun packed weekend! Check the photos to see for yourself and make sure to be a part of the 3rd SHOE Adventure Days!