Karamo Brown Explains Why He Met With Vice President's Mike Pence's Wife

Queer Eye star Karamo Brown has taken his fight for change all the way to the White House, meeting with Vice President Mike Pence's wife, Karen Pence.

The visit, which was conducted earlier this year, was part of a Creative Coalition delegation advocating for the economic and cultural benefits of comprehensive arts programs and education.

“I was just at the White House a week ago, and I met with Karen Pence and her chief of staff," Brown said in an on-camera interview with Vulture.

Gay Christians Say They Are Being Forced Out Of Church

A group of gay evangelical Christians have claimed that they are being forced to leave their churches due to their sexuality.

In a report in The Sunday Times, seven evangelical Christians spoke out about the mistreatment they say they have experienced due to their sexuality. 

Several have claimed they were “booted out” of the Church by clergy after coming out, while others state they were allowed to remain but prevented from taking any meaningful role in the congregation, with some even being banned from making tea and coffee.

Shortage of Fleet Enemas In DC Threaten To Cripple Black Gay Pride Activities

As thousands descend upon DC for its annual black pride festivies, something other than the weekend's forecast for rain may put a damper on the celebration. Local retailers are stuggling to keep up with the demand for what many call a pride must have.  A Fleet Enema.

"We just can't keep them on the shelves" local CVS manager Kimberely Martin told us. "As soon as we put them out they're gone.  I saw one man come in and grab 10 at a time."

New Study Says Most LGBTQ Persons Fear For Their Safety

Growing up gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or queer in the United States comes with a lot of stress and anxiety — including fears of abuse — according to a new study.

The survey findings, released Tuesday by the Human Rights Campaign, are based on the responses of 12,000 young people, ages 13-17, who responded to surveys provided by HRC and other advocacy groups.

School district forced LGBTQ student to read Bible as punishment

An Oregon school district reportedly forced an LGBTQ student to read passages from the Bible as a form of punishment

The World in Coos Bay, Ore., reports that the student's allegations were detailed by the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) in a March 6 letter to North Bend School District Superintendent Bill Yester. 

The ODE is investigating claims that an LGBTQ high school student was forced by a school administrator to read the Bible while they were being “disciplined,” according to The World. 

Ex Gays Hold Rally In DC and No One Showed Up

"We don't believe you, you need more people!" ‘Ex-gay’ and ‘ex-trans’ activists have held a march promoting gay conversion therapy – and it was attended by just 36 people.

Saturday’s Freedom March in Washington DC was a fundamentalist Christian event which promoted the idea that people can gain “freedom from homosexual/transgender lifestyles by the grace and power of Jesus Christ.” 

2018 GLAAD Awards Honor Ava Duvernay, Samira Wiley

The GLAAD gala took place at the New York Hilton Midtown with trailblazing director Ava DuVernay on hand to receive the Excellence in Media Award from Senator Cory Booker.

The Handmaid’s Tale‘s Samira Wiley was presented with the Vito Russo Award by her costar Alexis Bledel, while Oscar-winning screenwriter James Ivory and Call Me By Your Name producer Peter Spears were on hand to accept the GLAAD honor for Outstanding Film.

Joy Reid Apologizes For Past Homophobic Comments, Has Full Panel On LGBTQ issues

On Saturday morning, five days after Joy Reid was accused of authoring a series of homophobic blog posts that were unearthed by a Twitter user, the MSNBC host apologized for the controversy but said that she still doesn't think she wrote the posts in question.

"Here's what I know: I genuinely do not believe I wrote those hateful things," she said on AM Joy. "But I can definitely understand based on things I have said and have written in the past that some people don't believe me.

Newspaper Removes Son From His Mom's Obituary Because He's Gay

A local newspaper in Texas removed references to a gay couple in their mother’s obituary, citing ”religious and ethical reasons,” Fox News 4 reports.

Barry Giles and John Gambill, who have been married for 31 years, say the Olto, Texas paper scrubbed references to Gambill after Giles’ mom died. The couple had included both their names in the obituary they sent to Giles’ hometown paper, writing “those left to cherish her memory include her son, Barry Giles and his husband, John Gambill of Dallas.”

The decision left the couple distraught.

Gay Military Couple Hires Attorney After Their Wedding Photo Is Used In Political Attack Ad

What would you think if you saw your wedding picture being used in a political attack ad? That's the spot a local gay couple is finding themselves. 

Their wedding was officiated by a candidate for state senate, but the couple says they didn't sign up to be caught in the mudslinging. 

The Air Force veteran, who suffers from PTSD, said he and his husband are private citizens, and this is casting a shadow on a very important memory.

"After being together for nine years, we have a bond," said Shane Morgan, referring to his husband Landon.