She spent 2017 trying to “Make Caitlyn Great Again,” which wouldn’t have been a bad thing had she not done it at the trans community’s expense
The Worst of 2017: A Top 10 List
Most year-end lists are a cause for celebration and looking back with fondness. This one isn’t.
These are the people, places and things that were most influential on the LGBTQ community in 2017 — but in the worst of ways.
It was a year that began with Donald Trump’s (embarrassingly under-attended) inauguration, and we’d say everything was full-force on a downward spiral from there. But the horribleness of 2017 — specifically as it relates to LGBTQ people — wasn’t restricted to America, by any means.
2017 was a terrible, horrible, no good year for the LGBTQ community, and the below are 10 reasons why.
The term “masc” reinforces the idea that femininity is neither sexy nor acceptable and that masculine is the only allowable way to be
Conservatives are embracing gay Trump supporters as pariahs, citing their support as proof that policies aren’t homophobic (though they are)
A September concert sparked a fight for LGBTQ rights and safety in Egypt, as many gay men have been arrested and some convicted
Why wear hatred as a brand? The ‘Make America Great Again’ hat is a style choice that only communicates one thing: No coloreds
Kevin Spacey finally came out of the closet as a gay man, but instead of being lauded for his strength of character, he was reviled, and rightly so
When horrific stories out of Chechnya began, it was the solidarity and support of people from all over the world that made the federal authorities react
The Trump administration has claimed to be a supporter of the LGBTQ community, which is merely another lie relayed to the American public
Peter Thiel is the quintessential gay douchebag, whose presence has proved as constant, irritating and dangerous as a shard of glass in a shoe
Ghosting is a mixture of poor manners and conquest that plague the ideal of a healthy relationship, hurting feelings and playing unhealthy mind games