It was a great day for love and equality!
On June 30, the LGBTQIA+ community celebrated #PRIDEMonth by marching to the Marikina Sports Complex. The event started around 12 noon, complete with a fair that sold Pride-themed merch. It was a safe space where members and allies of the LGBTQIA+
#LoveWins. Always.
Though every freakin' day should be a day to appreciate the beauty, bravery, strength, tenacity, and fabulousness of LGBTQI+ people, this month is extra special. ICYMI, June is Pride Month! Here are a few ways you can celebrate and stay #woke when
The LGBTQ community displays their pride and solidarity on Twitter.
In the aftermath of America's deadliest mass shooting ever, the LGBTQ community responds to homophobic rhetoric and legislation with the hashtag #GaysBreakTheInternet. Alongside #PrayforOrlando and #OrlandoUnited, the hashtag was created to support the LGBTQ community and to honor the victims of
To be banned from helping your community in need is a major blow.
On Sunday afternoon, my Twitter feed was filled with pictures from blood banks around Orlando. Massive lines curled around buildings and parking lots, snaking out of view. In the wake of a tragic shooting at an LGBT nightclub early that morning, local
My mother said, "Well, you do own a lot of blazers."
Coming out stories are so much more varied than what you see in the few stories told on television and movies, so asked real-life lesbians for their stories of how they finally came out.The first one comes from
Here, news you missed while you were sleeping.
Renowned photographer Jun de Leon launched his coffee table book No Body is Perfect yesterday with a photo exhibit at the Bonifacio High Street Central Ampitheater. Featured in the book is our very own Cosmopolitan Philippines Editorial Director Myrza Sison, alongside 50+
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