Iceland May Lift Blood Donor Ban For Gay Men

News sources suggest that Iceland may soon lift its legal ban barring gay men from donating blood. The North Atlantic nation's Ministry of Health is reviewing, and apparently giving serious consideration to,...

5 LGBTQ things you need to know today, April 20

1. Iceland tops the list of fastest growing countries for LGBT acceptance, according to GayStar News. The Williams Institute at UCLA researched data from 141 countries. Since the year 1980, the average levels o...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, June 19

1. Vladimir Putin decided it's his God-given duty to stop same-sex marriage so that more babies can be born. He's also against gay adoption. 2. For the first time ever, Iceland selected a transwoman to be it...

Top 6 same-sex wedding destinations

By www.gaytravel.com 1.) Hawaii Hawaii has long been a top destination for weddings and in December 2013 same-sex couples gained the right to tie the knot in the aloha state. With some of the most gorgeous ...
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Hockey player Brent Sobel

“Everyone has feelings and everyone is a person. That’s what we continue to promote to our kids. I hope [the gay community] gets equality and what they’re looking for.”

Brent Sopel, a player for the National Hockey League’s Chicago Blackhawks, who carried the Stanley Cup in the Chicago Gay Pride parade. Sopel has since been traded to the Atlanta Thrashers. (Chicago Tribune, June 22)