A popular YouTube star announced Monday that he’d bought a town in Michigan and renamed it “Gay Hell” in protest of President Trump’s decision to prevent U.S. embassies from flying rainbow flags during the month of June — LGBTQ pride month.
"The policies of the Trump administration have been hateful and I see the painful impact in my students," said "Teacher of the Year" Kelly Holstine of Minnesota.
A 61-year-old woman offered to be her own granddaughter's gestational carrier, using an egg donated by her son-in-law's sister.
A Twitter user shared how a bookstore's customers came to the rescue of the man, who was considering self-harm because he suspected that he might be gay.
At the time of the incident, the dress code on the venue's website said only that swimsuits are mandatory and didn't specify the type of swimwear.
Shaun Ross is a prime example of what it means to break traditional standards of beauty, challenge the status quo, and persevere.
Marsha Wetzel and many other LGBT seniors like her find themselves in residential facilities where they must deal with homophobic and transphobic harassment.
Two men who ordered programs for their September wedding from a popular printing company but instead received a boxful of anti-gay pamphlets warning, “Satan entices your flesh with evil desires,” have filed a lawsuit.
Kearney High School students Joey Slivinski and Thomas Swartz were surprised to open their yearbooks to discover that their clever quotes were missing.
“When I wear makeup, I feel like Superman, and I'm kind of invincible to what anyone says,” 18-year-old vlogger Antonio Bermudez tells Yahoo Beauty.
Rainbow fashion is always in style — but never more so than in June. For Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month (LGBT Pride Month), wearing ROYGBV isn’t just stylish it’s supportive of the LGBT community.
What if Ariel would rather frolic in the ocean with Jasmine, and Prince Eric and John Smith had something more than dreamy hair?In celebration of pride month, artist Isaiah Stephens created a different “happily ever after” for iconic Disney princes and princesses to show that #LoveIsLove.While Disney has a clear lack of LGBT characters, that may eventually change. Back in May, one Twitter user’s proposition to #GiveElsaAGirlfriend went viral with Queen Elsa herself (singer Idina Menzel) backing the campaign. It’d be a rather progressive move for the franchise, but with the growing support, we may just see some LGBT love on the big screen.What do you think of Isaiah’s illustrations? Let us know by tweeting to us @YahooStyleCA.
(The City of Toronto marks its first official Transgender Day of Remembrance with a flag-raising ceremony on November 20, 2014. Photo: Newzulu)
“We kept getting gentle reminders from people that it’s not just women with periods,” Miki Agrawal, founder and CEO of Thinx, tells Yahoo Canada. In response, the company spent a year developing a boyshort product in consultation with trans men and non-binary people who might use it. Now the new slogan for Thinx is “For people with periods” and one of their campaigns features model Sawyer DeVuyst, who is a trans man.
Ali Chaney, 13, was reprimanded by school officials for proudly wearing a pro-gay T-shirt, but Chaney’s mom vocally supported her daughter’s right to express herself. Now comes this twisted update: an anti-gay Facebook message sent to Chaney’s mom, warning that the teen could be the next victim of an Orlando-style massacre.
Growing up in the small town of Mill Bay, B.C., Erin Jeffery remembers feeling relatively normal—until she turned 12. The news came as a shock, and Jeffery admits she had a hard time dealing with it. “I’ve told my mom, ‘if you ever have the chance to do it again, don’t do it just before your child goes through puberty,’” Jeffery says.
Ali Chaney wore this shirt proudly, only to be reprimanded by administrators at her middle school. Get over it” in rainbow-hued letters, and was worn by Ali Chaney of Copperas Cove, Tex. “It’s just a shirt, and it’s not hurting anybody,” Chaney, who is gay, told KCEN-TV.
Lindsey Creel and Brie Grimes, seniors at Leon High School in Tallahassee, Fla. who have been dating for three years, were recently voted prom king and queen.
Such was the lesson learned by teenager Aniya Wolf when she attended her prom last week at Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg, Penn. Since she was a little kid, Wolf has preferred to dress in a more typically masculine way, favoring pants and sneakers over skirts and heels. “I’ve just always been like this, ever since I was little,” she told her local ABC news affiliate. As Wolf’s mother, Carolyn, explains, they sent out a last-minute email in an attempt to dissuade her daughter from wearing a suit, explaining that only male students were permitted to wear suits to prom, and female students were required to wear dresses. “I told them that I had read the dress code that was given to the students and I didn’t think that it precluded her from wearing a suit,” said Wolf’s mother.