Homophobic epithets are so pervasive across the globe that most heterosexual people are sadly unaware of the psychological and physical toil they have on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people. Too often and cavalierly these epithets go either unchecked or unchallenged as hate speech.
Decorated American veteran Captain Luis Carlos Montalvan and his service dog, Tuesday, will be the honorees at Baltimore Humane Society’s Black Tie & Tails Gala on March 23.
Join the Baltimore Human Society on February 14 for Valentine’s Day nuptials between Tippy and Fuschia, two of their adoptable shelter dogs, and King Julian and Elena, two of their adoptable shelter cats. It is a celebration of hope, caring, and friendship in the lives of animals who have lost the love and support of their families, but who tirelessly search for it again. The public is invited.
Many boys and girls grow up hoping that one day they will meet the Prince Charming or the Cinderella of their dreams. For real life couple, Eddy Zeidler and Johan Lundqvist, true love graces the ice this month as the two skaters of Disney on Ice’s: Treasure Trove dazzle audiences.
Jack Kerouac’s 1957 novel, On the Road, a book that has inspired generations to push through the barriers and taboos of society, hits theaters across America, this January.
Fabulous. Blonde. Eccentric. Bombshell. Tawny Heatherton is all these things, and above all, she’s a show-business survivor.
Just in time for Halloween, Baltimore writer Norman Prentiss talks to Gay Life about the essentials of successful horror writing, his stories, and the synchronicity between the gay experience and the core elements of horror fiction.
The GOP's anti-abortion platform hasn't changed—it is identical to that of its 2008 platform, allowing abortions only in cases of rape and incest.
As each grain of sand has passed through its famous title card's hourglass over the last 46 years, Days of Our Lives has seen its fair share of shocking and bizarre story lines. The NBC daytime drama has weathered six decades of demonic possessions, evil alien twin invasions, and countless romances, lies, and deceptions. However, throughout all its sudsy twists and turns, the town of Salem was seriously lacking in LGBT representation.
On paper, you'd think a 42-year-old Republican would be up to speed on marriage rights, and might even, given his age, be tolerant.