Top US LGBT publication samples the best Cork has to offer

Cork is targeting the multi-billion-dollar US LGBT travel market by promoting itself as one of Europe’s best inclusive destinations. Journalists from The Advocate and Out Traveler, the biggest and among the best influential gay publications in the US — part of a stable that boasts almost 8m unique online monthly visitors and almost 3m print […]

After a Grim Year for LGBT Rights, the Way Forward

IN THE UNITED STATES, 2018 heralds a bumper year for queer culture: although award-winning Call Me by Your Name is enjoying widespread public accolade and generous critical acclaim, classics including Torch Song Trilogy, The Boys in the Band, and Angels in America are followed up on Broadway. Queer Eye and RuPaul’s Drag Race garner attention […]

CAA & GLAAD Host Creators Summit To Push For Increased LGBTQ Storytelling

CAA and GLAAD are teaming to launch the Creators Summit, a daylong function aiming to increase authentic, inclusive representation of the LGBTQ community in entertainment.  The event, that will take place April 7,  features panels and presentations to offer insight and resources on how to ahead backing the visibility of LGBTQ characters, themes, and issues […]

Watch a Man Who Lived as a Woman Reject the Lies of LGBT Activists

Walt Heyer, who used to live as a transgender woman, now travels the country speaking about his experiences and reaching out to those who regret their own gender change. The Daily Signal communicated with Heyer on camera about his story, as well as the lies he says society and the news tell young people today […]

David Archuleta, Stephanie Nielson headline North Star conference for Mormon LGBT

PROVO — Special musical guest David Archuleta and speakers like Stephanie Nielson, Tom Christofferson and Hank Smith headline the fifth annual conference of North Star International on Friday and Saturday at the Provo Marriott Hotel and Convention Center. Laura Seitz, Deseret News FILE – Stephanie Nielson poses for a portraits in her home in Provo […]

Letter: LDS Church should backing Dreamers and LGBT

The LDS Church is dependent on Congress to bring help for the “Dreamers,” but has authority to alter policies discriminatory to its LGBT members immediately. Current policy is merely too painful and produces too much “bitter fruit.” (See Paul Fisher’s letter in the Opinion section of The Tribune, Jan. 28.) I see only a “win-win” […]