Same gender loving blogger Darian Aaron of Living Out Loud With Darian and recent ASU graduate, becomes the black editor of LGBT media Georgia Voice! The ink is barely dry on his diploma, but alumnus Darian Aaron has already been tapped as the editor of “The Georgia Voice,” an Atlanta-based newspaper that “covers […]
The CW’s Arrow has cast Echo Kellum in the role of Curtis Holt/Mr. Terrific, the show’s first openly gay, African American superhero. “We’re often asked when we’re going to add another LGBT character to the show and our version of Mr Terrific happens to be gay for anyone that cares about that kind of […]
On April 19th, 2014 in New York City, The House and Ball community gathered in celebration of the Red Era 1986-1990. Ballroom is divided in color coded time period eras. 1986-1990 is the shortest era of ballroom but the most impactful after the White Era (The Pioneers) 1967-1985. If you recall the infamous "Paris Is […]
The Shot Glass Heard Around The World In 1969, the Stonewall riots — precipitated when the NYPD burst into the famed gay bar and started being their usually abusive selves — defined the modern gay movement. Among the first to physically resist the police was Marsha P. Johnson, the now infamous transgender rights activist who […]
Debbie Downer… there is ALWAYS one of those in the bunch. You know the one, always in the back of the room sittin in the corner. As you may or may not know, NBA player Jason Collins announced to the world that he was gay. Of course there were a few haters but overall Jason […]
AND he is not retired nor is he currently a free agent! Washington Wizards center Jason Collins admits that he is apart of the Rainbow Coalition in the new issue of Sports Illustrated…
I loooove this guy. Brendon Ayanbadejo plays for the Baltimore Ravens (who obviously won the Super Bowl last week) and has spoken out about equality before and really gets involved; he’s a known LGBT ally.
NOTE: I take NO credit in writing this! This is to NOT be taken seriously either!
We lost Octavia St. Laurent back in 2009 but thanks to Youtube & ‘Paris Is Burning’ (along with it’s sequel ‘How Do I Look’), she lives forever. Check out this video montage in which she talks about what it is to be a transgender woman and shades Eddie Murphy in the process!