Topics :: GLBT

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L-G-B-T Isn't As Easy As 1-2-3

By Lainey Millen | Apr 16
Michael Jackson once sang "A-B-C. It's easy as 1-2-3." However, the King of Pop did not take into consideration the broad array of sexual orientation profiles that have proliferated over the years.

Gay and Latin

By Denise Royal | Oct 31
An estimated 1.4 million Latino/a adults identify as LGBT in the U.S., according to a new study by UCLA Williams Institute that sheds new light on this demographic and its unique characteristics.

Gallup Study: 3.4 Percent of US Adults Identify as LGBT

By David Crary | Oct 19
A new Gallup survey, touted as the largest of its kind, estimates that 3.4 percent of American adults identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.

Chicago’s Legacy Walk: LGBT History Comes to Halsted

Oct 2
In recognition of October as Gay and Lesbian History Month, the Board of Directors of the Legacy Project announced that the upcoming dedication of the Legacy Walk will take place on the 25th Anniversary Commemoration of National Coming-Out Day.

After Twenty Years, "In The Life" Ends as of December 2012

Sep 22
Much has changed since IN THE LIFE first premiered. LGBT people now figure prominently in television news and media. A majority of Americans, including the President, now support marriage equality.

Who You Love Apparel Promotes LGBT Equality

Jan 10
Drew Moffitt cofounded Who You Love, a Brooklyn-Based, US-made apparel company devoted to LGBT equality, and developed a line of apparel around the message of love and equality.

New York’s LGBT Museum Launches Logo Contest

Jan 9
Patrons of LGBT art and history know that the Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation is now the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art. To mark this phase of the museum’s growth, the museum is holding a logo contest.

LGBT Greeting Card Company Commemorates Repeal of DADT

Sep 19
Online LGBT greeting card company, Teazled.com features nearly 100 greeting cards for the LGBT community, including six cards to commemorate the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.

GLSEN Receives Champion of Change Award from White House

Sep 1
The White House named GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network, a Champion of Change for the organization’s two decades of pioneering work to fight bullying, violence and stigma directed at lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.

Motor City Pride: Detroit’s LGBTQ Population Speaks Out

Aug 8
Whether through activism, business ownership, historic preservation, or as cultural curators, the gay community is changing the landscape of Detroit.

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