Our flag has just made its entrance in one of the most important museums of modern art.
The street artist and illustrator Joe Caslin just installed a new painting of a couple of women on one side of the Caherkinmonwee Castle in Co Galway, as you can see on the photo.
The openly bisexual actress Laurel Holloman, we all know for her role as Tina Kennard in «The L Word», continues her career as a painter and the success is measured up to her talent: huge!
After several exhibitions around the world, she has won the Banco Ciudad Best Overall during The Contemporary Art Biennale of Argentina in 2014, Holloman launches into wine and introduces «L'Interpretation».
There is a great exhibition on the history of the LGBTQ community in the University of Chicago, which is held at the Special Collections Research Center.
Finally, a lesbian lead character arrives on Broadway!
After a five-year travel across the United States and more than a hundred pictures of butches and femmes, photographer Wendi Kali brought together this series of photos in a book entitled «The Butch/Femme Photo Project».
While they were in flight to St. Petersburg, two lesbians have realized that the architect of Russian anti-gay laws was just sitting in the row behind them. It was now or never, they took a great selfie!
"Stop Kiss" is a play that tells the very violent assault of a young woman, Sara, following a first kiss with her girlfriend, Callie, while they were walking in West Village, New York. Interpreted by Sharon Leal (FOX's Boston Public) and Angela Lin, the play explores relationships, human emotion and compassion.
While she is pregnant with her second child, the singer Alicia Keys has posed nude. The opportunity for her to advocate for different causes that she supports like the LGBT rights.
Do you remember the female rugby team which posed nude for a good cause? This time, it's rowers from the University of Warwick who get naked to help the fight against cancer. You could not miss it!
Last month, we were rather glad for our African friends when we had announced the organization of an exhibition on the LGBT community in Senegal. Unfortunately, not only the exhibition was cancelled by the Senegalese government, but moreover, some fundamentalists vandalized it.
Diana Oh will be on a play entitled "The Feminism of a Soft Merlot or (How the Donkey Got Punched)" at the Tada Theater in New York from May 24th to June 22nd.