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How a Capital One leader champions authenticity

Discover how Clint Grimes, Capital One's Chief Procurement Officer, supports a culture of belonging by being himself.

Meta is failing its LGBTQ+ users, says new GLAAD report

A new GLAAD study highlights Meta’s failure to moderate harmful content targeting transgender, nonbinary, and gender-nonconforming users despite clear policy violations.

The ultimate guide to cannabis in Provincetown

Provincetown, MA isn’t just a queer haven—it’s the new joint for cannabis culture.

GLAAD urges action over Meta’s ongoing neglect of moderating anti-trans hate

The LGBTQ+ advocacy group is criticizing Meta for continuing to allow anti-trans content on its platforms without effective moderation.

Provincetown unveiled: The quintessential LGBTQ+ summer destination

Explore the enchanting allure of Provincetown, MA, through the author's vivid narrative of transformative LGBTQ+ experiences, from lively ferry rides and vibrant nightlife to the welcoming community and diverse activities.

Post, the Social Media Company, Is Being Praised for Protecting LGBTQ+ Users From Bigots

Post’s inclusive policies and Discord’s protective measures contrast sharply with X’s backslide and Meta’s moderation struggles, highlighting the evolving battle for LGBTQ+ safety in social media.

Almost No One Knows Who Speaker Mike Johnson Is, But Many Disagree With His Views: Poll

A recent poll reveals the unpopularity of conservative policies despite Rep. Mike Johnson’s lack of voter familiarity.

Meta Under Fire After Suspending & Reinstating ‘Gays Against Groomers’ on Instagram

Instagram had suspended the anti-transgender far-right group, but reinstated it only hours later.

Instagram Suspends 'Gays Against Groomers' Amid Scrutiny of Meta’s Moderation Policies

The suspension follows a report criticizing Meta’s handling of hateful anti-LGBTQ+ content on Instagram.

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How Beyoncé's Goodwill Toward Queer Fan Shed Light on Obstacles Faced by Those With Wheelchairs

The superstar’s intervention underscores the more considerable accessibility hurdles faced by individuals with disabilities, igniting a broader conversation about inclusivity in the public sphere.

How Jonathan Van Ness Clapped Back at Megyn Kelly Over Mocking Trans Inclusion in Sports

The Queer Eye star called out the right-wing pundit’s transphobic mockery.

Meta Fails to Moderate Content from Anti-Trans Hate Group on Instagram, Watchdog Group Says

Despite clear violations, controversial group continues to spread false and harmful narratives unchecked on Instagram, igniting concerns over Meta’s commitment to LGBTQ+ safety, according to a new report.

‘RuPublicans’ Parody Account Targets Greg Abbott in Texas Billboard Ad Campaign

The gay men behind the parody Instagram account that holds Republicans accountable have turned their art into activism.

Instagram Is Blocking LGBTQ+ Accounts: Report

Some queer content creators report receiving notifications that their content was “non-recommendable.”

A Sapphic Romance Burns in 'Special Ops: Lioness' Exclusive Clip

The Paramount+ series, which stars Zoe Saldaña, Nicole Kidman, and Morgan Freeman, sees an undercover agent fall for her mark.

Is It Safe to Fly a Pride Flag After California Shooting Tragedy? Readers Weigh in

We asked readers what they think about displaying a Pride flag in today’s political climate.

Watch Donald Trump’s ‘Sinister’ Mug Shot Get a Gay Glow-Up

Matt Bernstein lent the former president a hand on behalf of gay best friends everywhere.

Navigating Depression as a Team – Jay & Eden’s Story

Eden and Jay Trevino share how to support a loved one going through depression in season 3 of Love, Me.

Ne-Yo Takes Back His Apology for Transphobic Comments

The musician indicated that the written apology came from his publicist but his video came from the heart.

Liberals, Conservatives Alike Praise High Court's Religious Accommodations Ruling

The court set a new standard for consideration of religious accommodations in the workplace but did not rule on the merits in the case of a man who refused to work Sundays because of his Christian beliefs.