National LGBTQ Task Force Announces New Partnership with Madonna’s Ray of Light Foundation to Grow Violence Prevention Work

Currently and especially after the Pulse shooting gun violence has become a deadly epidemic in LGBTQ communities across the United States. Gun violence and human rights were also a massive topic throughout the Democratic Debate for the 2020 Presidential Election. It’s a sad fact that LGBTQ people and children no longer feel safe entering our schools, the movies, church and attending something beautiful like the Pride parades. The National LGBTQ Task Force has announced a new partnership with Madonna’s Ray of Light Foundation to grow violence prevention work.

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Support the Annual Honor Them With Action (HTWA) Campaign During Pride Month

Just 3 years ago on June 12th, 2016, the Pulse Nightclub massacre claimed the lives of 49 people of the LGBTQ+ and Latinx community. It sadly happened in the middle of Pride month on Latin night at Pulse Nightclub, a popular gathering place for young LGBTQ+ people of color in Orlando, Florida. In the aftermath of the Pulse massacre, the communities knew action was necessary to ensure the lasting memorial of Pulse is the real change of uprooting hatred, discrimination, and violence of all kinds in our culture. The Honor Them With Action (HTWA) campaign was created to empower and uplifting the LGBTQ+ and Latinx communities again. Continue Reading →

Brooklyn Cloth Launches Their New PRIDE Collection

Brooklyn Cloth just unveiled their PRIDE Collection with a focus on awareness in regards to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) community and what it means to be proud of who you are. The clothing line is centered around love, equality and unity, with the most iconic symbol being the rainbow because of its inclusivity into the community, welcoming every color.

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The Equality Act Passed in The House Today, Now We Must Work for it to Pass in the Senate and Here’s How To Take Action

Today U.S. history was made when the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass the Equality Act! The LGBTQ community has been working toward this milestone since they helped shape the first Equality Act 45 years ago with U.S. Rep. Bella Abzug. Per The New York Times, The bill, passed 236-173, comes as departments across the Trump administration have dismantled policies friendly to gay, bisexual and transgender individuals, like barring transgender recruits from serving in the military or formally rejecting complaints filed by transgender students who are barred from restrooms that match their gender identity.

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How to Donate on National Give OUT Day for the LGBTQ Community and Support the All of Me. All the Time. Campaign

Today is National Give OUT Day, the only national day of giving for the LGBTQ community. National Give OUT Day has raised $5+ million for 600+ organizations since 2013 and this year the National LGBTQ Task Force needs your help to reach their $5,000 goal!

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MODELHUNT Launches the World’s Most Diverse Model Search

Getting started in the modeling industry can sometimes be a challenge if you are not the industry standard, even these days, but MODELHUNT may change that. Announcing a new model search that is designed to break barriers and set new beauty standards while launching new modeling careers and inspiring the acceptance of one’s flaws and uniqueness, MODELHUNT. The first and only modeling search to have the most diverse categories to include a wide range of ages, gender, sizes and looks.

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New Corporate Equality Index Report: Tech Companies Continue to Lead LGBTQ Workplace Equality

This week was a historic election that proved times are changing for the good in the government. It was a huge win for LGBTQ, Women, Latinas and Asian-American communities. Below is a list of those elected and won per Richmond Times. Continue Reading →

Great LGBTQ Sites for Pride Month Events, Parades and Gear

June was chosen for LGBTQ Pride Month to commemorate the Stonewall riots, which occurred at the end of June 1969. As a result, many pride events are held during this month to recognize the impact LGBTQ people have had in the world. On June 2, 2000, President Bill Clinton declared June “Gay & Lesbian Pride Month” a blatant difference from our current president who remains tight lipped about Pride. No shocker there! Continue Reading →

Human Rights Campaign’s Summer of Action Weekend

It is no question we have embarked on a rather interesting presidency in 2017 and the recent White House controversial events prove so with just half a year into Trump’s presidency. It’s times like these we must unite as a community to move pass all the negativity and unfavorable government changes to continue to be a strong nation. Continue Reading →