Study: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Youth Bullied More than Heterosexuals

New study finds sexual minority youth bullied more than heterosexual youth

Featured Music Video: Young James Dean

This week's featured music video is for Girlyman's song "Young James Dean" directed by the illustrious Margaret Cho.

I Think You're Wrong About Uganda Bill Gates

An Open Letter To Bill Gates About How He's Wrong About the Anti-Homosexuality bill in Uganda*.

Sherlock Holmes Wasn't That Gay of a Movie

When my husband and I went to see Sherlock Holmes this past weekend, I was almost expecting to see a real "gayed" up version of one of my favourite fictional detectives and a real "gayed" up version of the story line. I must confess that I bought into Robert Downey Jr's red herrings and had been misdirected by breathless speculation on the internet.

Step 1: Transform Uganda

Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Bill is not a local idea dreamed up by a member of Uganda's parliament that will die off it was to be squashed, it is part of a larger three step program planned and executed by the right-wing Christian agenda. Step One, is Uganda, Step Two is the rest of Africa and Step Three is the rest of the world.

Gay Life and World War II

Nick Taylor-Vaisey over at Xtra has written a great article this week on Gay Life and World War II.

Short Doc: For Better or For Worse: Gay Marriage

The Following short video documents the lives of gay couples and individuals living in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Topics covered: opinions about gay marriage, the challenges of coming out, and definitions of love.

Featured Music Video: Human Nature

This week's featured music video is the official video for Brad Walsh's "Human Nature," from his new album of the same name.

Rob Reiner Supports Prop 8 Challenge

Hollywood director, actor Rob Reiner has emerged as an unexpected voice, (for some) in support of gay marriage. He was at the Proposition 8 trial in San Francisco earlier this week. CBSNewsOnline has that story:

HIV-Pos Dutchman: I Am a Human Being

Last week, Clemens Ruland of Holland became one of the first known HIV-positive people to legally visit the United States since the travel ban was lifted. In a Democracy Now! exclusive interview, Clemens Ruland along with his partner, Hugo Bausch, and Boris Dittrich, the LGBT advocacy director at Human Rights Watch joins Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez in the NY studio.

Laura Flanders on Civilization and its Homophobes

Last week, The Washington Post ran an editorial condemning the anti-homosexuality law being considered in Uganda. Laura Flanders, the host of GRITtv takes a closer look at it in this video report:

Featured Music Video: Love

This week's featured music video is Love by Nhojj which won the 2009 OUTMusic Award for OUTStanding R&B/Soul Song.

Mother Seeks Help Locating Her Missing Child

Janet Jenkins appeals to the public for help in locating her daughter, Isabella Miller-Jenkins -- In Interstate Custody Dispute, The Child's Other Mother Fails To Transfer Custody Per Court-Order; Disappears With Child

Video: Parenting a Gay, Lesbian, or Bisexual Youth

Dr. Ritch Savin-Williams talks with Dr. Brian Mustanski, director of the IMPACT LGBT Health and Development Program about parenting a gay, lesbian, or bisexual youth. The discussion focuses on parents' reactions to their children coming out.

Video: Coming Out To Your Parents

A discussion with Dr. Ritch Savin-Williams about GLB youth coming out to parents.

Featured Music Video: Time For Miracles

This week's featured music video is by Adam Lambert and is the official video for Time For Miracles from the film 2012.