In California, the company which provides web filters and in particular anti-gay websites filters in schools decided to drop them.
A first step towards the victory ladies!!! Apple apparently removed the iphone application of the anti-gay group Exodus International which preached “gay treatment” after a petition signed by almost 150.000 people.
Elizabeth Taylor, LGBT icon, dies this morning. She was 79 years old.
So sorry about how late this is everyone. Exams plus a computer with a bad hard drive can do that. I’m just glad I could borrow my mom’s computer so I could post this, and study for my Ancient Art final tomorrow. But my mind is still a little split, so this is gonna be a bit short because I’m distracted.
I want to talk about visibility of LGBT people in the media: the news, sports, television, movies, or literature. I want to start a discussion in the comments. Choose one LGBT person from the media and tell me why. I’ll start.
The other day I wrote about Apple which allowed an anti-gay app for iPhone (see An Antigay iPhone Application Has Been Accepted by Apple). Great news! Apple decided to remove it!
Apple offers users a new iPhone application that asked to sign a statement against LGBT rights and gay marriage.
After Bing, which is known as the largest anti-gay Internet search engine, here is Google Instant!