Diana Son’s Stop Kiss is a beautifully awkward play revolving around a friendship that gradually evolves into love.
After getting himself in hot water over comments made during a GQ interview, Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson has been reinstated in the show.
A first-hand account shows that homophobia is still going strong even in Vancouver, a city that many consider LGBT friendly.
The homophobic policies of the Putin/Medvedev government have been clashing with the International Olympic Committee’s policies of tolerance.
Canadian Blood Services is now accepting blood donations from gay men, but only after five years of celibacy.
Judge people based off the content of their character and campaign, not their sexuality.
A bill that would provide additional legal protections for trans people is almost ready for its third reading. Although a rarity for opposition bills, C-279 has gathered support among all political parties, advocating for the inclusion of “gender expression” and “gender identity” in the Human Rights Act and under the hate crimes section of the
You can walk through any high school in North America and hear the words “dyke” and “faggot” spoken as if they were okay to use when it quite obviously isn’t. The prevalence of this language is attributable to homophobia: something that has been present throughout history and has not yet diminished as much as other forms
The University of Winnipeg aims to have gender-neutral washrooms on campus by the end of the academic year. “If students identify as transgendered, they need to have a safe space where they feel comfortable in terms of meeting a basic need like going to the washroom,” said Debra Radi, the U of W executive director of
What immediately struck me when I first strolled into Louis’ for this year’s annual Pride Centre Drag Extravaganza — aside from the realization that I would get to use some really awesome adjectives in my review of the show — was that drag queens have fabulous legs. This year’s Drag Extravaganza was a roaring success. It