Two weeks ago Pride month ended and what better than the encouraging words of Senator Kamala Harris to close it.
Facebook has just launched a brand new emoji, the rainbow flag, in order to celebrate Pride month.
New same-sex traffic lights were installed in Madrid in Spain on June 4, 2017.
June 1st was the official launch of Gay Pride month across America, which is typically a time for honoring LGBTQ history and celebrating freedom and equality. On June 12th, 2016 the celebrations came to a screeching halt when a gunman targeting gays and lesbians walked into Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida and opened fire killing 49 and injuring 51 people in the largest mass shooting in U.S. history.
Winnipeg, Canada hosted its very first transgender march.
A great show on queer activism in the 90s was launched Friday in Los Angeles and will be open until June 16th.
Be aware that the New York Gay Pride will be broadcast live on television.
IBM's diversity chief Lindsay-Rae McIntyre issued a blog that lists what IBM does for its LGBTQ workers in the US and worldwide.
In a time where unity amongst the LGBTQ community is critical, indie recording artist, Alicia Champion is singing about the one part of the community that is the least recognized or discussed - bisexuals.
To celebrate Pride Month and also the first anniversary of the legalization of marriage equality across the United States, Bud Light was associated with comedians Seth Rogen and Amy Schumer to promote equal marriage through an ad both on TV and also in the streets of California and New York.