It can’t be easy to hear your husband of six years tell you that he’s gay, but can you put a price on the emotional pain and psychological trauma that causes? Apparently, you can.
As Rio de Janeiro’s evangelical mayor battled to ban a Marvel Avengers comic showing two male characters kissing, the media clapped back.
The finalists of the Mr Gay World Southern Africa contest have been announced, and these are the men who managed to make the cut.
Gay men beaten. Trump’s reality show. Elon Musk will pull out. ‘Rhodesia better than Mugabe’. President reminds Chelsea of Bill ‘screwing’ Monica. Abalone smugglers get 23 years. Gupta’s radical contribution to Zuma wedding. LeBron’s home vandalized with racial slur. Ratajkowski nude.
The Jozi Cats made quite an entrance last year with their marketing campaign, and it seems their hard work is paying off in a big way.
The MCQP has long been a favourite amongst Capetonians who enjoy a festive (and inclusive) jol, but this year the theme is causing serious controversy.
The American Family Association has attacked the Hilton Hotel for running an ad that hurts the family values it promotes – but who’s hurting them more?
When discussing the Orlando mass shootings, journalist Owen Jones walked out after the host wouldn’t acknowledge an extremely important issue.
We can’t help who we’re attracted to, and it’s unfair that people try and dictate that. This TV ad has definitely set tongues wagging.
Rugby is traditionally a sport associated with ‘boytjies and buggers’, but a new club from Jozi are challenging those stereotypes in a great new campaign.
People love getting their knickers in a twist, with a McDonald’s campaign over in Taiwan causing the latest uproar.
Renting out your house to anyone could lead to dodgy business, but you never really expect it – or think that they’d leave any evidence behind.
It’s one thing to gain the respect of rugby players and supporters around the world, it’s quite another to deal with your own inner demons.
It’s easy to twist and turn celebrities’ words around to make them sound worse than they are. Sometimes you don’t have to do much though.
After that debacle in California last month which was insanely anti-gay, it’s nice to see that being gay or transgender is embedding itself positively in some societies.
Hey you, you and you – did you know there is a woman in the US currently trying to sue you for being gay? She’s basing her lawsuit off a rather old book you might be familiar with.
What really happens when gay men bump into each other without a straight man around? Here’s your look at what you’ve been missing out on.
I was half expecting this nonsense to have derived from somewhere as bigoted as Uganda but it seems intolerance really does know no boundaries.
This makes it very clear that some people still have major issues with something that we should not even be blinking an eye towards.
With so much international support of the LGBY community and rights movement, it is a wonder things like this are still happening – HOW have they not been entirely shut down?
Here’s another chilling example of ISIS at work, this time throwing a man convicted of being homosexual to his death in Iraq. Very disturbing image ahead.
It’s lovely to see countries moving forward like this. Let’s just hope that one day it will be the whole planet. Also, thumbs up to Tiffany & Co for being the first to do this.
Sho, this is very interesting. It doesn’t seem like there is a right and wrong way to deal with this…you can only hope for a fair and just outcome.
The very people the notorious group targeted and killed are now invited to join, as the KKK moves forward and celebrates the new Klan.
Shrien Dewani’s trial will have some scandalous information included, as a male British prostitute has released a statement about Dewani’s alleged profile on a gay dating website.
The men who appeared in a gay marriage wedding video which went viral have been arrested and are preparing to face trial.