Researchers recently used computer technology to create a video of Obama talking about the June 12 Pulse nightclub tragedy, but it’s a fake video
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It looks like President Donald Trump and the White House won’t be commemorating LGBT Pride Month like the rest of us this year
Civilian Barack Obama is a sight to be seen, looking great earlier this week in a stylish brown leather jacket that has your dad running to Nordstrom
People are starting to feel sorry for Melania Trump, but maybe we shouldn’t. After all, she did defend her husband’s racist “Birther” conspiracy theory.
We’ve had it good for the past eight years, with some amazing progress for queer people, but will it all be wiped out in an instant?
Wow. President Barack Obama just commuted the remaining sentence of Wikileaks whistleblower Chelsea Manning. Now instead of serving out the remaining 28 years of her 35-year prison sentence, she’ll be released on May 17 of this year. It is unclear whether incoming President-elect Donald Trump could reverse this decision. The trans […]
As Obama prepares to leave the White House, we wanted to commemorate his numerous LGBTQ achievements over the last eight years—from passing new hate crime laws to repealing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” and voicing his support for same-sex marriage—in the commemorative video above. While our video captures the highlights, there […]
Obama has added Chelsea Manning to his short list for a possible commutation of her 35-year sentence for leaking sensitive documents to the press.
In his final address to the nation, President Barack Obama briefly spoke about marriage equality and the struggle for transgender rights.
You’ve probably seen petitions asking the Electoral College not to elect Trump, but this is a bad idea, says gay statistician Nate Silver. Here’s why…
On Dec. 1, the entire world bows its head in remembrance of those we’ve lost while raising its voice in determination to beat the epidemic, but how did it start?
If you’re trying to figure out just what Donald Trump’s going to do next, these documentaries by the BBC’s Adam Curtis may hold the answer