When it comes to banning discrimination against workers based on their gender and sexual orientation, Apple’s chief executive Tim Cook argues the U.S. should be more like Apple.
Halleloo! Drag queen Shangela made an appearance in today’s Facebook Home launch. But this isn’t Facebook’s first foray into LGBT-friendly waters.
While SCOTUS debates LGBT rights and Facebook goes all red/pink stripey, real-world gay youth still battle many issues — and too often, they do it alone. Here’s how one hacker is trying to help.
Editor’s Pick Here’s the brief tech companies filed with the Supreme Court — and the exact reason these business say they do support same-sex marriage.
Editor’s Pick Gay and transgender engineers converged on a technology conference aimed at LGBT folks hosted on the Facebook campus last weekend. Here’s why many Silicon Valley companies are taking this group seriously.
This isn’t about porn or adult content. The military is blocking access to sites about health, legal rights, bullying, and even suicide prevention.
Every December 1, the world takes a day to raise awareness about the spread of HIV/AIDS and its prevention. Here’s what Bill Gates and others are doing to help.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aA21dvPEBM&w=560&h=315] The above is a sweet video our LGBT pals at Facebook cooked up for National Coming Out Day.
Trolls are part of online life, but this new CAPTCHA pre-screens your commenters or other contacts for empathy as well as basic humanity.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eoZRBUZpX0&w=560&h=315] Grindr is a huge success, as apps go. The location-based dating app for men-loving men has won several awards and counts millons of gay, bisexual, and bi-curious men among its users.
“In college, I wanted someone to talk to about being gay and found someone through Craigslist. Clearly a poor decision in retrospect, despite the fact that I did end up finding a mentor who helped me come out.
In its annual roundup of the most-watched videos of the year, YouTube paid homage to its greatest success stories: the out-of-the-blue surprise performers.
Oh, girl, it’s on! Jason Goldberg is moving in on Scott Gatz’s turf. And Gatz is not taking it lying down. The two openly gay entrepreneurs are both trying to create the hot place for their brethren to check in with each other online.