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  • Gay Days Anaheim happens this weekend, Oct 3-5, 2014
    Gay Days Anaheim happens this weekend, Oct 3-5, 2014
    Gay Days Anaheim 2014 is this weekend October 3 – 5 at Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure. Gay Days is getting bigger every year and the is year is no exception. This years attendees will be able to meet some of their favorite...
  • North Caroline Pride 2014
    North Carolina holds its 30th Pride celebration
    The LGBT community in North Carolina has faced a series of ups and down in the last few years in its struggle for equality. However, there was a positive and optimistic feel in the air on Saturday when the 30th North Carolina Pride celebration was...
  • Mexican Drag Queens
    The LGBT tourism is welcome to “The DF”, but...
    The Mexico City Ministry of Tourism recently published a travel guide in English with a few tips for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual and intersexual (LGBTTI or LGBT) visitors, which intends to help them to enjoy their trips to...
  • Boys wear skirts to school
    Boys wear skirts to school: Brazil boys show off some leg in transgender protest
    Brazilian boys wear skirts to school? No, it’s not just a fashion statement, it’s a protest statement. The high school boys decided to bare some leg after school officials fined a transgender girl for wearing the “incorrect&rdquo...
  • The Red Sheet
    Book Review - 'The Red Sheet' by Mia Kerick
    Young adult author Mia Kerick frames her same-sex love story THE RED SHEET around the popular 2001 song "Superman" by Five for Fighting. Familiar lyrics like "Even heroes have the right to dream," and "It's not easy to...
  • Bryan Thompson
    'Motor City Masters' runner-up Bryan Thompson in the driver's seat post-series
    What's cooler than being a finalist on TruTV's Motor City Masters? When you take that victory and use it to support a scholarship to help others. That's the story of Bryan Thompson. When he was named the runner-up in the automotive...
  • Hate crime solved with the help of Twitter and Facebook users
    Hate crime solved with the help of Twitter and Facebook users
    The perpetrators of a violent Philadelphia hate crime were tracked down via Twitter and Facebook, after photos and surveillance video of the suspects had been released, reported NBC Philadelphia, Sept. 17. Police were getting bombarded with...
  • Gay marriage news: Court puts hold on Indiana same-sex marriages
    Gay marriage news: Court puts hold on Indiana same-sex marriages
    Despite a major victory just over a week ago, same-sex couples in the state of Indiana will have to wait a little while longer to legally exchange wedding vows. According to the Associated Press on Monday, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in...
  • Marshall Williams
    Canadian Idol Alum Marshall Williams Joins Season Six Of Glee
    *SPOILER ALERT*Listen up, Gleeks! PopWrapped.com is EXCLUSIVELY confirming that Canadian Idol alum, Marshall Williams has been tapped for Season Six of Glee, as Spencer, “the new resident “football stud,” who just so happens to...
  • Mark Herring
    Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring discusses federal gay marriage appeals
    After offering opening remarks to the participants at the third annual Charlottesville Gay Pride Festival in Lee Park on September 13, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring spoke to reporters about the same-sex marriage cases that may be heard by...
  • Fox’s upcoming series ‘Gotham’ will feature a lesbian detective
    Fox’s upcoming series ‘Gotham’ will feature a lesbian detective
    LGBT visibility and diversity on television will see an increase this fall. The creators of the much-anticipated “Gotham” TV series have revealed in an interview with the Advocate published Wednesday that the Fox show will feature a...
  • Study suggests a bias against LGBT performers still exists in Hollywood
    Study suggests a bias against LGBT performers still exists in Hollywood
    Neil Patrick Harris, Jodie Foster, Ellen Page, Matt Bomer and Jim Parsons are just a few gay and lesbian actors who continue to make big names for themselves after revealing their sexuality. But what appears to be a gay friendly and accepting...
  • Mills College
    Women's colleges move to admit transgendered students
    In recognition of shifts in cultural norms and the progression of more complex and less fixed gender concepts, some American universities are rethinking how they classify applicants. Institutions that have historically only been open to women are...
  • Equality
    Timeless, forbidden love finally permitted
    After 72 years, a lesbian couple has finally tied the knot in Davenport, Iowa. Vivian Boyack, 91, and Alice Dubes, 90, were married on Sept. 6 after a long relationship that started when they met in Yale. Both women grew up in Yale before they...
  • Transgender woman
    Maybe I deserved better than a C in biology classes
    When I asked a security guard at a local corporation how her day was goingrecently, she responded by saying “Great; it's my birthday.”I wished her a hearty “Happy Birthday,” told her my name, Steve, and asked hers...