"The less I compared myself to this unrealistic beauty standard, the more I learned to see beauty in my own body."
Few knew that gay bookstore Circus of Books was run by a heterosexual, religious, suburban married couple, who were leading a double-life.
“As the mother of a transgender student who will be attending your school this year," said one parent, "I am upset, embarrassed, and worried for my child."
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.
June is pride month, and joining the celebration are these beauty brands that are giving back to the LBGTQ+ community.
People around the country are outraged over one man's plans to hold a Straight Pride Parade in Boston.
Jiwandeep Kohli's turban took him "about an hour of tying, untying and safety pinning" and said that his efforts were well worth it.
"We can all have differences of opinion, but this is about hate and ignorance, and it’s as black and white as the flag in the photo."
Twitter is obsessed with the support this vlogger's father has for his son's makeup passions.
Rachel Winard, founder of the cult organic skin care line Soapwalla, opens up to writer Molly Shea about feeling shunned by the beauty industry as a queer woman.
Shaun Ross is a prime example of what it means to break traditional standards of beauty, challenge the status quo, and persevere.
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.
It’s that time of year again, a time where the LGBTQ+ community gathers by the hundreds, thousands, and even millions for Pride celebrations, parades, and parties that embrace equality, diversity (and the opportunity to let it all hang out!) Some celebrations last only a weekend, while others are non-stop parties that go on for an entire week or longer. No matter where you are in the world, you’re bound to find a Pride celebration in a city near you.In celebration of its Greek Week Pride trips that visit Athens Pride and Mykonos’ steamy XLSIOR festival, Contiki rounded up some of the top Pride festivals in the world. Click through the gallery!Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
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.
A photo posted by VELD Music Festival (@veldmusicfestival) on Aug 1, 2015 at 12:15pm PDT With temperatures rising, Toronto welcomes festival season. From the beginning of June to the end of August, thousands descend on the city to enjoy music, food, drinks and friends. But planning your outfit for a festival is another story. The hot weather requires breezy, comfortable outfits and every festival has its own style.
Model Ruby Rose, the breakout star of Orange is the New Black’s third season, recently revealed that she is engaged to Phoebe Dahl (granddaughter of the famed Roald). On the big day she is not planning to wear a flouncy gown or an elaborate wedding dress. “I want to do a tux, like a really nice fitted suit, Givenchy or a Tom Ford,” she told People. Cheers to that! We’re all for going the way of Bianca Jagger and wearing a sleek white suit or jumpsuit. Here some cool wedding looks for those gender fluid individuals that are looking for something a bit less traditional. More from Yahoo Style:4 Real Brides Try Alternative Wedding Looks: Jumpsuits, Two-pieces & Culottes!