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Kim Burrell Promotes Hate Despite Message Of New Song

Kim Burrell's a lionized woman of many talents. Not only does she pastor Love & Liberty Church but she is also a renowned musician. Her emotional timbres and fervent hymns touch a myriad of people. Even the Grammy Awards threw her a nomination for her profound creativity. Her gifts have that ability to impact men and women at home and abroad. But, unlike her song, "Let's Make It To Love," she promotes hate instead. ... Read More

Naked Warwick Rowers Release 2017 Calendar To Challenge Athletic Homophobia

The University of Warwick's rowing team calendars are back, and the men are showing off more than just their oars! For their 2017 naked calendar, the team is proving that they've got the glutes to raise awareness about homophobia in sports. Read More

97 Starbucks Cafes Join The Seattle Police Department’s ‘Safe Space’ Program

So much has happened this past week, it is important to keep each other in mind. Openly gay Seattle police Officer Jim Ritter has been going from business to business in an effort to recruit more people to the SPD's Safe Place program to help LGBTQ victims of hate crimes. Starbucks recently announced its intent to Read More

Emmy Winner Leslie Jordan Says “I’m With Her”

Leslie Jordan has become a household name, with over 200 IMDB acting credits to his name. He is probably best known for his Emmy-winning performance as Beverly Leslie, the nemesis of sassy Karen Walker (played by Megan Mullally) on the hit NBC show Will and Grace. Fans should never give up on a possible Leslie and Megan reunion. Wink wink. Read More

DC Comics Finally Announces A New Batwoman Solo Series

DC has just given Batwoman fans an extra reason to celebrate: they've recently announced a new ongoing solo series starring Kate Kane. She largely disappeared from the DC Comics universe following the conclusion of her last solo series in March of 2015. James Tynion IV, Eber Ferreira, and Eddy Barrows brought her back to play an important role in training Spoiler, Orphan, Clay... Read More

The End Of Safe Spaces For Queer Women In Media: AfterEllen Shut Down

One of the best parts as a queer person is finding a place, either physical or online, that you can go and feel like a part of a community. For years, AfterEllen was that place for queer women.AfterEllen provided content that queer women were looking for. On this major website, they could find out the latest news, check out interviews,... Read More

Why Queer Representation In Pop Culture Matters

Batwoman will always be my favourite superhero. Greg Rucka and J.H. William III's Elegy is the reason I read comic books. Reading about Kate Kane's past, her grief, her struggle to find a way to serve and to make a positive impact in the world helped me get through some really difficult periods in my life. I admire her for her bravery, for her persistence, and even for hitting a personal low but getting back up. Later, in Marc Andreyko and Jeremy Haun's run, Kate is forced to recognize her own... Read More

Comic Book Creators Join Forces To Help Orlando Victims

In June of this year, there was a tragic mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub. This was the biggest mass shooting in modern United States history, and the victims were patrons of Pulse, a gay nightclub. It was a horrific event that took 49 innocent lives. The tragedy had an effect on virtually everyone with a heart around the world but on the LGBTQ+ community in particular. It was hard to process th... Read More

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