5 LGBTQ things you need to know today, April 3

1. Grindr is sharing your HIV status with at least two other companies, BuzzFeed News reported. The organization reported that the two corporations, Apptimize and Localytics, receive information inputted by Gri...

5 LGBTQ things you need to know today, April 2

1. Center-left politician Carlos Alvarado Quesada defeated a conservative singer for the Costa Rican presidency on Sunday. Quesada promised to support gay marriage, thereby ensuring Costa Rica's reputation for ...
NFL's first male cheerleaders

5 LGBTQ thing you need to know today, March 30

It's a Friday Funday edition of 5 LGBTQ Things! All pop culture, good news and inspirational stories to give you a break from the heavy headlines as you begin your weekend. Enjoy! 1. The New York Times repor...
The wedding of Kelvin Knuckles and Earl Adams

Your Wedding Day: Kelvin Knuckles and Earl Adams

It happened at Blake's on the Park in the summer of 2011. Former Army Captain Kelvin Knuckles walked into the Midtown hotspot with a group of friends. An IT Project Manager in his day-to-day life, Knuckles saw ...
Cub Sport - Crush video

5 LGBTQ things you need to know today, March 29

1. The Pulse nightclub shooter originally intended to strike at Disney World, NBC News has reported. Prosecutors claim that Omar Mateen had planned to attack the theme park by hiding a gun in a stroller, but wa...
Grindr HIV test reminders

5 LGBTQ things you need to know today, March 28

1. Grindr will offer H.I.V. test reminders, the New York Times has reported. The app will display messages urging its 3.3 million users to get tested for H.I.V. Grindr will also allow testing sites and clinics ...
Starkville Pride

5 LGBTQ things you need to know today, March 27

1. A gay man was shot in the leg Saturday morning in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The couple, Carl Blea and Marc Lange of Palm Springs, were attacked by a yelling stranger at 2:30 a.m. The pair were confronted by t...
Pulse survivors at the March for Our Lives

5 LGBTQ things you need to know today, March 26

1. Pulse shooting survivors and their family members joined hundreds of Human Rights Campaign supporters on Saturday at the D.C. March for Our Lives. Before the march, the Pulse survivors spoke at the annual HR...
Spring Arts Preview - TV

12 LGBTQ TV picks to spring into the season

As the old saying reminds us, March comes in like a lamb, but goes out like a lion. And while we're on the topic of coming out fiercely, there's thankfully a number of spring 2018 shows that feature the LGBTQ e...