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Holidays are about love, spending time with your dear ones and the family. But how do the holidays look when you are an LGBTQ human? How is your family reacting to you and your same-sex partner being affectionate towards each other? How can you handle all the questions that will come from relatives? These are common questions members of the LGBTQ community ask themselves prior to holidays. Even though this time of the year promotes unconditional love and positive emotions,...
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Being different in the eyes of society can be a challenge to your security and the right to enjoy your liberty. Such is the challenge that members of the LGBTQ society face when trying to live a normal life in the community like everyone else. Suddenly public places, facilities, and even hotels turn “private” and slam doors in their faces.  Members of the LGBTQ society must exercise caution, especially when traveling outside familiar territory to avoid putting their safety at...
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Gay people are most of the time looked at strangely, because people who judge them do not understand their perspective. Their student, professional and personal lives are affected by suspicion, harassment, and discrimination. And when they decide to have a baby, all these negative perceptions on their life accentuate and intensify. Opponents of lesbian and gay people claim that their children are prone to developing negative mental patterns, habits, and behaviors. Children of same-sex couples are prone to judgment, discrimination, and...

On June 15, 2020, the Supreme Court issued a significant ruling for the LGBT community. The new law prohibits employment discrimination against gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgender, and other people who fall under the LGBTQ umbrella. This is a significant victory for the LGBT community. The LGBT supreme court ruling falls under Title VII in the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This act bans employment discrimination "because of ... sex," The majority opinion was written by Justice Neil M. Gorsuch, and...

Responding to the latest exhibition at the Andy Warhol Museum in New York City, artist Jordan Eagles has used blood donated from 59 members of the LGBTQ+ community to create light illustrations on artwork within the museum galleries. The installation is aimed at drawing attention to the discriminatory blood ban against gay men that continues

A new study aimed at gaining a better understanding of the impact of prejudice and minority stress on the mental health and wellbeing of LGBTQ people has been launched in Sydney’s Western suburbs today in the hope that it will inform the development of advocacy, training and other service-related initiatives. The study, particularly with Aboriginal

The sensational teen drama “Riverdale” is set to receive an award for its depiction of high school LGBTQ relationships. The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) have announced that cast and creators of “Riverdale” will be honoured with its Gamechanger Award at the 2019 GLSEN Respect Awards on October 25 in Los Angeles. The

Donald Trump speaking at the White House (image via White House/Joyce N. Boghosian) President Trump made some surprising announcements at his Thursday night campaign rally in Ohio, promising to put astronauts on Mars, end the AIDS epidemic and cure childhood cancer “very shortly.” “We will come up with the cures to many, many problems to many, many diseases including cancer, and others, and we’re getting closer all the time,” Trump told rally attendees. “We will eradicate AIDS in America, and we’re...

The two-day event, which took place in collaboration with Pride in Music, saw hitmaker MNEK invite a host of diverse queer artists including Olly Alexander, L Devine, Leo Kalyan, Bryn Christopher and Sakima to collaborate and share experiences. GAY TIMES were invited down to Warner Chappel Studios to get an insight into the camp, as well as conduct a roundtable discussion with four of the talented artists in attendance: MNEK, Rina Sawayama, Ryan Ashley and Caitlyn Scarlett. Together, they discussed whether...

On Tuesday 30 July, parents of LGBTQ youth were encouraged to reflect the bravery of their child and ‘come out’ to their friends, families and wider communities to help make it easier for other parents struggling to accept or understand their LGBTQ children. The day was especially important for those in conservative cultural or religious communities, where the feeling of shame can prevent parents from speaking openly about their LGBTQ children. Parents used the #OutAndProudParentsDay hashtag to share stories and pictures...

Aquaman has been confirmed to be a member of the LGBTQ community. In the latest episode of fan-favourite animated series Young Justice: Outsiders, Kaldur-ahm – formerly known as Aqualad, who took over the mantle of Aquaman – was confirmed to be in a relationship with an Atlantean man. Wynnde, an Atlantean who works with King Orin, approached Kaldur at the end of Tuesday’s episode, titled Quiet Conversations, and exchanged a kiss whilst holding hands with the iconic DC hero, revealing their...

Credit: Cindy Barshop Instagram Cindy Barshop, who appeared as a cast member during season four of The Real Housewives of New York City, revealed on Thursday, August 1, that one of her children is transgender.  The Manhattan mom spoke about raising her daughter, Zoe, and transgender son, Jesse in an interview with PEOPLE magazine.  “When a child feels comfortable and open, identity issues are able to be discussed in the family environment,” Barshop, 54, said. “I believe living in creating an...

Television personality Donald Tr*mp has vowed to bring an end to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. During his campaign speech Thursday night in Cincinnati, the President of the United States said at the Bank Arena: “We will achieve new breakthroughs in science and medicine. I see what they are doing. I see it. They show me.” He added: “The things we’re doing in our country today, there’s never been anything like it. We will be ending the AIDS epidemic shortly in America, and...

Julianne Hough with brother Derek Hough (image via Depositphotos) In a new interview for Women’s Health Magazine, DWTS alum/America’s Got Talent judge Julianne Hough shares that she once told her husband, “You know I’m not straight, right?” The revelation came amid a “massive transformation” period for the  31-year-old actress and dancer just four months after marrying hockey player Brooks Laich in July 2017. In working to develop her own dance-based workout called Kinrgy (kin as in family and kinesthetic, plus energy),...

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Nick Jonas said that he is straight and he's been dating quite some female celebrities. However, singer's last statement says that he had sex with...

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