Among the day’s big headlines, a ‘Queer as Folk’ reboot is planned for Bravo, while gay marriage in Cuba might have suffered a setback
Among today’s big headlines is news that an Aussie hotel won’t go with the name “HoMo Hotel,” and the India bill has been denounced by trans citizens
The PEPFAR Extension Act of 2018 renews HIV funding and prevention work, and India has launched its first trans bodybuilding competition
An article calling for a trans registry to “further study the community” was published in the UK, and a new Ariana track has many people talking
“People worshipping goddesses everywhere.”
Some people really don’t like morning sex.
At a recent talk, Indian gay prince Manvendra Singh Gohil claimed that the country’s anti-gay religious leaders hypocritically propositioned him for sex
The Brett Kavanaugh hearings have us worried: is marriage equality safe? At least there’s good news out of India; here’s what you need to know this morning
In today’s look at the week’s top stories, we say goodbye to ‘Adventure Time’ and Burt Reynolds as India gives the boot to outdated anti-LGBTQ laws
“Criminalizing carnal intercourse is irrational, arbitrary and manifestly unconstitutional.”
The India homosexuality ban was initially repealed in 2009, but reinstated by the Supreme Court four years later.
H&M, Disney, Levi’s and Others Make Their Pride Clothing Collections in Rabidly Anti-LGBTQ Countries
Some Pride clothes manufacturing for companies like H&M, Disney and Levi’s is happening in countries with anti-LGBTQ laws. How concerned should we be?