Australian passports will now have three gender options–male, female and indeterminate–under new guidelines to remove discrimination against transgender and intersex people, the government said.
Archive for September, 2011
Pop culture blogger Perez Hilton is coming home to promote his new children’s book “The Boy with Pink Hair.”
A Nebraska couple marked the end of the U.S. military’s ban on gays serving openly in the armed service by tying the knot in front of friends and family.
New York’s attorney general has asked a state court to throw out a lawsuit challenging the gay marriage law signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in June.
Two gay central Illinois men recently said, “We do,” to having a civil union ceremony, but two bed-and-breakfasts they approached about hosting their event responded, “We don’t.”
Residents in North Carolina should prepare for passionate and pricey campaigns over the definition of marriage in the next eight months, if previous ballot questions in other states and recent debate are any indication.
A West Michigan high school that attracted criticism last year for disqualifying votes for a transgendered student as homecoming king won’t have a homecoming king and queen this year.
Krewe of Olympus Trash Disco, August 21, 2011. Photos by Dalton DeHart.
Nearly 70 years after expelling Melvin Dwork for being gay, the Navy is changing his discharge from “undesirable” to “honorable”–marking what is believed to be the first time the Pentagon has taken such a step on behalf of a World War II veteran since the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell.”