03/24/2017 at 11:00. Facebook
"The harness brought about the sexuality that is always bubbling beneath my surface, but that I am so often scared to truly show. The harness is my shield, my armor. I wear it to protect myself from all the ableism that runs rampant when we dare pair sex and disability together." - Andrew Gurza for The Huffington Post

Harnessing My Sexuality as a Queer Cripple: Becoming My Super, Sexy Self
03/24/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
03/24/2017 at 06:59. Facebook
"In 1918, the British government granted suffrage to all women over the age of 30, ostensibly in recognition of women’s contributions to the war effort." - Sarah Pruitt for HISTORY #WomensHistoryMonth

7 Things You Might Not Know About the Women’s Suffrage Movement - History Lists
03/24/2017 at 05:00. Facebook
"We deserve to be seen, and we have fought for the right to have our contributions to the world and to the LGBTQ community acknowledged." - Beth Sherouse, Ph.D. for ThinkProgress

Bisexual people still face insidious stigma from inside LGBTQ community
03/24/2017 at 03:00. Facebook
"While the United Nations and the Organization of American States condemn violence against sexual minorities, the Commonwealth remains silent on the issue, with many of its members opposed to any concessions." - John Ibbitson for The Globe and Mail

Advancing LGBT rights in the Commonwealth is a delicate task
03/24/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
"ReBit encourages young people to celebrate who they are and taking that first step at their coming of age ceremony." - Shannon Power for Gay Star News

LGBTI youth are coming of age in Japan
yesterday at 23:00. Facebook
"So, no. I'm not going to womansplain feminism to you. It's the 21st century and you are, most assuredly, not a dick. You like women being equal to men — which is all that feminism means. Not all the penises being burned in a Penis Bonfire. Just women being equal to men." - Caitlin Moran for Esquire

12 Things About Being A Woman That Women Won't Tell You
yesterday at 21:11. Facebook
Halsey (#Bi2) and Lady Gaga (#OneOfUs) spreading awareness! #BiHealthMonth


16 Celebs Who Got Real About Their Health In 2016
yesterday at 20:24. Facebook
Not. A. Single. Woman. Was. At. The. White. House. "Freedom Caucus" Meeting. To. Decide. The. Future. Of. Women's. Healthcare.

What's missing from this photo of politicians deciding the future of women's health?
yesterday at 18:59. Facebook
"A prominent LGBT rights advocate in Chile has announced he is running for a seat in the country’s congress." - Michael K. Lavers for The Washington Blade

Prominent LGBT activist to run for Chile congress
yesterday at 17:26. Facebook
"The Bi Line tackles Katy Perry's speech at the Human Rights Campaign Gala." - Eliel Cruz for » She Kissed a Girl, But Is She Bi?
yesterday at 17:00. Facebook
yesterday at 15:00. Facebook
#ToxicChristianity is poisoning America.


Five #AlternativeFacts of toxic Christianity
yesterday at 13:00. Facebook
"Besides being a place for LGBTQ people to stay, Casa 1 is also a cultural center, featuring an exhibition hall, a classroom for lectures and workshops and a public library that has been put together through book donations." - Rafael Lessa for Unicorn Booty - Tiếng Việt

Brazil's New LGBTQ Cultural Center and Shelter, Casa 1, Has Become a Local Landmark
yesterday at 11:00. Facebook
"Senator Simon Birmingham and Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop have defended leaders of businesses that came under first for their support of marriage equality." - Meka Beresford for PinkNews

Leading Australian politicians defend businesses campaigning for same-sex marriage
yesterday at 09:17. Facebook
"Shang's narrative in the film proves that he grew to love Mulan not because of her gender or how she looked, but because he fell in love with her as a person. There have been plenty of speculation about Shang, and news that he may not appear in the live-action update raised eyebrows." - Mathew Rodriguez for Mic

Bisexual icon Li Shang may not be in live-action 'Mulan.' Here's why he needs to be.
yesterday at 06:59. Facebook
Remembering Joan Crawford (#Bi2, #OneOfUs) on her birthday. #WomensHistoryMonth
(born Lucille Fay LeSueur, March 23, 1905 – May 10, 1977) Joan was an Oscar-winning American actress in film, television and theatre. Her career spanned many decades but was at its height in the 1930s when she was one of the most famous people in the world. Crawford frequently played hardworking young women who...
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yesterday at 06:20. Facebook
yesterday at 05:00. Facebook
"The municipal government of Sapporo has said it plans to officially recognize same-sex partnerships between gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender couples from June, becoming the first major city in Japan to do so." - The Japan Times #LoveWins

Sapporo to become first major city to recognize LGBT couples in June | The Japan Times
yesterday at 03:00. Facebook
Dorothy Thompson (#Bi2, #OneOfUs)