Queer Eye’s Tan France and his husband, Rob, have revealed that they are now dads – and the reasons Tan couldn’t be present for the birth. Check out the original story here: Queerty. The two men revealed in April that they were expecting a child via a surrogate. Yesterday, Tan,…
The U.S. government is making a strong push in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Dubbed the unofficial gay capital of the South, Atlanta draws LGBT travelers looking for world-class museums, shopping, and nightlife, as well as other celebrated trappings of urban life. But gay travelers also revel the chance to unapologetically be themselves in a region of America that hasn’t always been accepting and…
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Atlanta Pride Run is happening this year in person. The run historically benefits LGBTQ non-profits in metro Atlanta.
North Dakota has found a way to largely ban conversion therapy without going through the full legislature.
June marks the 51st celebration of Pride Month, a time when millions of people come together in support of the LGBTQ community by walking in parades and attending festivals.
While the business community has made strides in observing Pride with more substantial commitments to queer people, 2020 emphasized the need for companies to go even further.
Brian Sims didn't share that he donated his kidney at first to avoid seeming like it was done for political points. Now his heartwarming story is bringing attention to a live-saving issue.
COVID vaccine talk has taken over dating apps, and it seems getting the jab is the hottest new online dating trend.
It’s no secret that nurses are the MVPs of any hospital or medical office they work in.