redrocketpanda.wordpress.comBook Review: Yes, You Are Trans Enough | An empowering memoir of self-love and self-acceptanceTITLE: Yes, You Are Trans Enough: My Transition from Self-Loathing to Self-Love AUTHOR: Mia Violet SERIES: N/A RELEASED: June 2017; Jessica Kingsley Publishers GENRE: Memoir FORMAT: Physical KEY IN…5
madlibmom.comSmall Town PrideSomething big is happening in our small town. In fact, you've probably seen it on the news. You may have heard the name, Ryan Brown, and watched him assist in raising the Pride Flag on Parliament Hill - an invitation he received after Owen Sound's very first Pride Parade, organized by Brown, a grad
thestreet.comWhat Cities Have the Largest Percentage of LGBT Residents?If you are looking for a city with a large LGBT community, you will have lots to pick from. Metro markets with the largest percentage of residents who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender range from well-known havens like San Francisco to Austin and Salt Lake City .1
boredpanda.comInternet Is Applauding The Genius Way These Activists Troll Russia’s Anti-Gay LawsIn Russia, homosexuality is technically decriminalized but people who form “non-traditional” relationships have it pretty hard there. For example, in 2013 the country passed a law banning the spreading of gay propaganda among minors, which the European Court of Human Rights ruled was discriminatory and encouraged homophobia. During the 2018 FIFA World Cup, however, a group of LGBT activists managed to undermine the law in a particularly genius way.
ethicalmarketingnews.comHornet Launches "True Colors" Campaign Celebrating The Evolution of the LGBTQ Experience from Past to Present - Ethical Marketing NewsHornet, the world’s premier gay social network, today debuted its “True Colors” campaign to celebrate the inspiring stories of LGBTQ individuals whose relationships propagated the advancement of the community by living boldly and fighting courageously despite enormous risks and societal opposition. The centerpiece of the Hornet “True Colors” campaign is a video featuring a collection of colorized black-and-white 19th and 20th century photos of LGBTQ personalities. The video’s chronological journey spans subjects from the once-romantically-linked Oscar Wilde and Lord Alfred Douglas, through 20th century images of WWII service members to…3