Groups around the U.S. are pushing back on the deep-rooted stereotype that LGBTQ identity is incompatible with Islam. In the media, being queer and Muslim often seems to amount to being a victim. In articles
Before we go any further with this article about weed, and doctors, and addiction, I want to make it clear that I know very little about weed, even less about being a doctor, and I am completely (and ignorant
Apple could potentially be facing a fine upwards of one million rubles in Russia (which is only about $15,000 USD) over its inclusion of same-sex couple emoji characters on the built-in iOS keyboard. Independent
President Obama, in a historic first for the Pentagon, has chosen to nominate Eric Fanning to lead the Army, a move that would make him the first openly gay civilian secretary of one of the military services.
U.S. news About 200 supporters of a Kentucky county clerk jailed for refusing to hand out marriage licenses to gay couples rallied and prayed Saturday as she faced a third day behind bars. Some in the
President of the Calgary Flames hockey operations Brian Burke is serving as the Grand Marshal for this years Pride Parade in Calgary, and as one might expect, the announcement hasn’t gone without its on
Christian conservatives' claim that her civil rights are being violated is exactly backwards. As she sits in jail for refusing to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples, Kentucky county clerk Kim
New Obama administration regulations would require insurers to cover gender-affirming treatments for transgender people — for the first time ever. Civil rights laws already bar health plans from discriminating
U.S. news The county official in rural Kentucky who has become the focal point for resistance to the U.S. Supreme Court's gay marriage decision will appear this morning before a federal judge to explain
Nearly 200 students walked out of a Missouri high school on Monday because Lila Perry was changing in the girl’s locker room. While Caitlyn Jenner and other transgender celebrities have been greeted with
Fifty days ago on Saturday, the Supreme Court ruled that marriage equality is the law of the land. Local officials, however, refuse to issue licenses or perform ceremonies in parts of Alabama, Kentucky,
"There is no one way to be a witch," says Mey Rude, who left the Catholic church after coming out as trans. "It's a really freeing identity." A version of this article originally appeared on VICE Canada.
A family bakery owned by a Christian cannot refuse to make wedding cakes for homosexual couples, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled Thursday. The court affirmed the Colorado Civil Rights Commission’s
The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that a dessert shop could not refuse service to a same-sex couple that wanted to order a wedding cake, affirming previous rulings. The American Civil Liberties