LGBTQ

Steve October 28, 2020

Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and RuPaul Charles are cousins, and they both have nothing but nice things to say about one another. The “RuPaul’s Drag Race” host participated in the latest season of the PBS series “Finding Your Roots,” which explores the “DNA of American culture” by analyzing and comparing DNA codes to trace celebrities’ […]

Steve October 28, 2020

Chase Brexton Health Care (Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key) Chase Brexton Health Care’s virtual gala raised $215,000 to support LGBTQ patients and other programs, the organization said Wednesday.  The gala, “An Evening at the Moulin Rouge”, was held digitally on Oct. 24 and attended by almost 700 people. The money raised goes to […]

Steve October 28, 2020

While attacking Democrats at a Make America Great Again event, Melania Trump insisted that husband Donald “sees potential in everyone, no matter their gender or sexual orientation”. First lady Melania Trump spoke at a campaign event  in Pennsylvania Tuesday (October 27), where she claimed: “The Democrats with help from the media have worked tirelessly to […]

Steve October 28, 2020

The matchup between Tweety McTreason and Joe Biden is in its final days. (Images public domain) With just days remaining before the presidential election, the LGBTQ community is anxiously awaiting the outcome in a showdown between Tweety McTreason and Joe Biden with a winner unlikely to be known until days after Election Day next Tuesday. […]

Steve October 28, 2020

Isaac Smith’s roommate has expressed support on social media for the controversial group Proud Boys. In a little-noticed development, a gay man who has been an outspoken supporter of President Tweety McTreason’s re-election and a staunch Republican is running for an Advisory Neighborhood Commission seat in the Anacostia neighborhood in Ward 8 against lesbian activist […]

Steve October 28, 2020

This is a must-watch. I can’t say we expected to be moved to tears while watching an interpretive dance video with Shia LaBeouf. As much as we’d like to make a few playful jabs, once you actually set aside ten minutes to watch this video, it’s hard to be left with anything but calm appreciation. […]

Steve October 28, 2020

A Texas regulatory board has overturned a ruling that allowed social workers to freely discriminate against LGBT+ people, as well as people with disabilities. On October 12, Texas Republican governor Greg Abbott pressured the state’s regulatory board, the Texas State Board of Social Work Examiners, to make a change to its code of conduct.  Abbott and […]

Steve October 28, 2020

From left, Michigan state Rep. Jon Hoadley (D-Kalamazoo), Gina Ortiz Jones and San Diego City Council member Georgette Gómez. (Photos of Hoadley and Jones courtesy campaigns; photo of Gómez public domain) All eyes on election night will be on the results of the presidential race, but a number of races throughout the country have major […]