One knows from now on the GLAAD Media Awards nominees. So which one will be the most representative of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in the media?
A few days ago, during a speech, the king of Zulus qualified gays and lesbians to be "putrefied". Following these remarks, Human Rights Commission launched an investigation in order to know if it is really what he said or if it is a bad translation.
How many times have you been in a situation where you would have liked to know how to pee standing up? We all have this question at least once in our lives, but women continue to grow up thinking that they cannot pee like men. This is wrong!
In Virginia, the state Board of Juvenile Justice has just included in its rules governing residential facilities overseen by the Department of Juvenile Justice Services, a protection against the discrimination based on sexual orientation.
It is such a great victory for Ecuadorian lesbians! You remember a few months ago, one discovered the horror: centers of torture for lesbians. In the same time, some petitions were launched on Change.org and AllOut.org that we had relayed on Lezbelib. With these petitions, Paula Ziritti and a group of women Fundacion Causana fought to push the government to hear testimonies of these women who, like Paula, had sudden inhuman treatments. Finally the government will do something.
Several mayors of large US cities formed a coalition to request from President Obama to legalize marriage for gays and lesbians.
A new campaign in Iowa starts to sway the public opinion in favor of the marriage equality because, even if one can marry in Iowa, a great majority of the population always opposes it.
For the king of Zulus, gay and lesbian relationships are only an invention and are "rotten".
Each week, the official Twitter account of Sweden is controlled by one Swedish choosed to promote the country. Last week, it was Hanna Farge, a lesbian truck driver.
Kate Clinton is an award-winning politician humorist, a stand-up comedian for thirty years, she travels through the theaters and you will be able to discover her new show 2012 All Fracked Up Tour.
She is a talented writer too. Her latest book, I Told You So, is described as a hilarious, bittersweet, politically acute survival guide.
Kate is also a political activist attending LGBT events always ready to militate for the community or writing articles published on internet. In this interview, Kate shares her point of view over this year of elections but also on women visibility in the media.