Traveling With Bae: 3 LGBTQ-Friendly Hotels & Resorts to Consider When Planning Your Trip within the US

What’s a better way to spend some time off from […]

The 3 Most LGBTQ-Friendly Cities in the US

A recent Gallup report has shown that 4.5% of US […]

What You Need to Know This International STAND UP To Bullying Day

The third Friday of February marks the International STAND UP […]

3 Times Film & Television Got Trans Representation Wrong

According to one research, more than 80% of what people […]

3 New Year’s Resolutions for Allies of the LGBTQ+ Community

A survey conducted by GLAAD showed that straight millennials have […]

Honoring International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Unraveling the Story Behind the Pink Triangle

January 27th marks the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which honors the […]

Making Workplaces More LGBTQ Inclusive: How You Can Play Your Part

Did you know that up to 46% of LGBTQ workers are […]

A Step Toward Equality: How Can You Promote Trans Awareness?

It’s almost 2020 and we still have a long way […]

Commemorating Transgender Day of Remembrance –2019 Edition

As the Transgender Day of Remembrance draws closer, the trans […]

Unpacking the History of Transgender Day of Remembrance

November 20th marks Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) each year. Meant to […]

Transphobia and the World of Sports

Earlier this year, comments made by tennis great and Wimbledon champion Martina Navratilova were widely criticized. The tennis champion—who came out as gay in 1981—claimed that it was “insane” and “cheating” to have transgender athletes competing against other players.

Bisexual Awareness Week: Everything You Need To Know

Bisexual Awareness Week is just around the corner. And considering the continued erasure and trivialization of this faction of the LGBTQ+ community, it’s important to be cognizant of what this week means to people are bi.

Remembering Trans History: 5 Important Dates to Never Forget

With little written and documented about trans experiences, people aren’t always familiar with the historical dates that mark events important to the transgender community and recognize and celebrate their existence.

Fighting Trans Erasure: How to Play Your Part

In October 2018, the Trump administration defined gender as an […]

4 Iconic LGBTQ Events in San Francisco You Do NOT Want To Miss!

Pride Month may be over, but there’re several LGBTQ events […]

50 Years Later: 4 Little Known Facts about the Stonewall Inn Riots

A decisive moment in the history of civil rights in […]

Mark Your Calendars: 5 Important LGBTQ Awareness Dates You Should Know About

With Pride Month just around the corner, it’s time to […]

Your Guide to Pride Month Celebrations 2019

Pride Month is a 30 days long celebration, protest, and […]