Google Loses Human Rights Campaign Endorsement

Google Loses Human Rights Campaign Endorsement

The Human Rights Campaign, the largest LGBT civil rights group in the U.S., has suspended Google from its Corporate Equality Index—an annual report that ranks companies based on how LGBT-friendly they are. The decision was made after Google refused to pull a gay...
Christina Aguilera Wins Ally for Equality Award

Christina Aguilera Wins Ally for Equality Award

When it comes to fame, some celebrities use their stardom for good, while others selfishly bask in the spotlight. Christina Aguilera is an example of a celebrity who has put her notoriety to good use. Over the years, the pop star has used her public platform to...
US Ranked No. 47 in 2019 Gay Travel Index

US Ranked No. 47 in 2019 Gay Travel Index

On Monday, Spartacus International Gay Guide released its annual Gay Travel Index, which ranks 197 countries and regions based on how LGBT-friendly they are. Canada, Portugal, and Sweden tied for the number one slot, while the U.S. lagged behind at number 47. As...
Kentucky Teacher Fired After Coming Out As Bisexual

Kentucky Teacher Fired After Coming Out As Bisexual

A Kentucky teacher claims he was discriminated against after he publicly came out as bisexual on social media. Nicholas Breiner said he spent most of his life in the closet—hiding his orientation from his closest friends and family. He only decided to come out after a...
India’s Supreme Court Decriminalizes Gay Sex

India’s Supreme Court Decriminalizes Gay Sex

  Section 377 was a law enacted at the height of the British occupation in India during the 1850s. It outlawed “sodomy,” along with all other forms of consensual same-sex activity. Those who were found guilty of violating the law could incur...