Inside Lesbian News January 2017 Issue:
…and so much more!
A survey indicates that more Americans are supportive of LGBT rights in the US that they'll vote against candidates who are anti-LGBT in the 2016 polls.
GLAAD reports the track record of LGBT visibility in media isn't any better last year with LGBT characters drastically decreased across 2015 films.
The Lexa Pledge wants TV show writers to give a little more forethought, some consideration, and a commitment to the LGBT characters they write about.
Bruce Springsteen and Pearl Jam have made a stand against states with anti-LGBT legislation, with Boston the latest to join the boycott bandwagon.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were married Saturday, in Chateau Miraval in France, a spokesman for the couple said Thursday. They wed in a small, nondenominational ceremony attended just by friends and family. Jolie
Anyone who's been in a queer relationship has probably come up with a number of lesbian wedding proposal ideas at one point. Here are a few suggestions.
Queer police attended the first LGBT criminal justice summit In Amsterdam organized by twin lesbian Dutch police officers Marja and Ellie Lust.
Violence has no gender. Though we’ve always championed the cause of our fellow lesbians, the truth also has to be told about lesbian violence.
A global study has reported that transgender health issues can be addressed by the proper protection of the rights of transgender people.
In the wake of the Orlando shooting, should homophobia be considered more of a mental illness rather than just an 'irrational fear' of homosexuality?
With a study revealing that more Americans are willing to try gay sex, does this mean that the mainstream will be more accepting of the LGBT people?