After LGBT+ censoring, China bars Eurovision Finale

After a Chinese station Mango TV edited out a LGBT+ content, Eurovision Song Contest administrators blocked the station from airing the finale of the international song contest. Inside China, the censorship bro...

Simon Williamson: No templates needed

While being LGBT+ people in an un-LGBT+ world comes with an almighty load of problems—like the need to constantly protest against laws specifically designed to cock us around—there are benefits to having few te...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, May 12

1. Gay-themed traffic lights showing same-sex couples have been introduced in Vienna to get people in the mood for the Eurovision Song Contest. The campaign is intended to present Vienna as an open-minded city ...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, May 12

1. “They are easily the most active antigay legal group.” The New York Times has a profile on conservative Christian organization Alliance Defending Freedom, who crafted many of the “religious freedom” bills fr...