Pride School Atlanta Closes Its Doors

Pride School Atlanta opened in 2016 with a vision to create a phobia-free environment for LGBTQ students and educators. After two years, PSA has announced they will be closing their doors. According to the C...

A Year After the Death of Scout Schultz

Scout Schultz, the nonbinary, bisexual, and intersex President of Georgia Tech’s Pride Alliance, was shot and killed by Georgia Tech campus police. A year later, and the ones that knew them best believe justice...

Tokyo Passes Anti-Discrimination Law

When Yuriko Koike was elected Governor of Tokyo in 2016, she wrote that she believed that the 2020 Olympic Games would be “a touchstone for the creation of a new Tokyo.” It appears she was right. The Toky...

All Stripes Supports Atlanta United and LGBTQ Pride

Are you LGBTQ or an ally? Do you love soccer? Do you believe y’all means all? All Stripes just might be the group for you. All Stripes is a public group of over 300 LGBTQ and allied supporters of Atlanta’s s...

“X” Gender Option Available on Minnesota IDs

A third gender option, “X,” is available for Minnesotans applying for driver’s licenses who do not want to identity as male or female, reported the Star Tribune. A statement issued by the Driver and Vehicle ...

Azusa Pacific University Bans Same-Sex Relationships

Azusa Pacific University reinstated their previously-suspended ban on same-sex relationships, reported Outsports. The Board of Trustees sent a notice that the school - which has ties to the Christian church ...

Adoptable Dogs Take Over Bumble

From October 1 to 6, Atlanta Bumble users will encounter some furry and adorable dating profiles. To kick off Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, the app will feature adoptable dogs from DeKalb and Fulton County Animal ...