LGBT creators wonder whether YouTube really supports them, or just pretends to

Not everybody who faces abuse on social media platforms has a powerful voice, but Carlos Maza is a journalist with a large Twitter following who is well-known for his political and media analysis on Vox’s YouTube channel.

UK: Why Don't We Hear About The Muslims Campaigning For LGBT Education?

No one is saying that homophobia in the Muslim community doesn’t exist, but when there are those who care about inclusive education, that affirm tolerance rather than hatred, it’s time we listen to them.

US: ACLU Responds to Proposed Changes to Health Care Rights Law

The Department of Health and Human Services proposed a change to the Health Care Rights Law, Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act, today in an attempt to roll back non-discrimination protections for transgender and nonbinary people, as well as all women and other communities historically marginalized in health care.

China’s resistance to gay relationships and surrogate births, seen through a filmmaker’s own family

The documentarian Hao Wu tells a very personal story in All in My Family

‘I wanted to show the challenges for gay people of Chinese descent, what kind of generational barriers they have to negotiate,’ he says