Julian P Boom Fleur Pierets

 

Lesbian artists Fleur Pierets and Julian P. Boom won't be able to take up their mission: to marry in 24 countries that legalized marriage equality. Julian is dying of cancer.

Sofia

 

A lesbian couple launched the very first legal battle to recognize LGBT marriages in Bulgaria.

Published in News From Europe

i saw mommy kissing santa claus

 

While Starbucks has gotten major attention this month for featuring a lesbian couple holding hands on their annual holiday cups, another lesbian couple is still getting major attention for featuring themselves in their holiday music video, “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus”. California recording artist, Danielle LoPresti, is the first and only lesbian family Christmas music video or short film on YouTube and has over a half million views.

Published in Music

melbourne lesbian couple

 

Women paid tribute to a lesbian couple who had been arrested for holding hands. This arrest for "obscene behavior" took place on a tram in Melbourne, Australia in 1976. Fortunately, things have changed in forty years.

judith Dominguez patricia martinez

 

Cherry Creek Mortgage and UnitedHealth Group discriminates LGBT people within its company but has no problem when it comes to making money with you.

doc mcstuffins lesbian couple

 

Disney has released a new episode of its show "Doc McStuffins" featuring a couple of interracial women.

Published in TV & Movies

maria swearingen sally sarratt

 

 

 

Maria Swearingen and Sally Sarratt became the new leaders of the Calvary Baptist ChurchCalvary Baptist Church in Washington, D.C.

danielle lopresti alicia champion

 

Last Friday it was exactly one year since indie recording artist Danielle LoPresti and her wife Alicia Champion won over fans with her music video for "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa ClausI Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" and it went viral.

Published in Music

south africa

 

 

A recently married lesbian couple hopes to get justice after being evicted from their home because of their union.

walmart

 

Walmart agreed to pay $7.5 million after being sued by a couple of women, Jacqueline Cote, a store employee, and her wife, arguing that Walmart discriminated against same-sex employees.

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