"Merriam-Webster announced Tuesday that it has added the nonbinary pronoun "they" to its dictionary. The nonbinary pronoun is now listed as one of four definitions of the word by the online dictionary company. Merriam-Webster defines "they" as "used to refer to a single person whose gender identity is nonbinary." Via The Hill.
Join the I Identify as Me cast for dinner to raise funding for the widely-anticipated I Identify As Me Documentary. This is a dinner party fundraiser for queer + trans people. Ticket includes a three-course meal from up and coming chef queer chef Brittney King. Additionally, the night will offer unlimited alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. … Continue reading “I Identify as Me” Documentary Dinner Fundraiser in the Bronx!
If you're in New York this upcoming week block off March 28th for an exclusive sneak preview of I Identify as Me. We've been following this production and are excited to see the documentary moving forward. Join the Facebook Event now for more details.
A plaque which "erased" a celebrated 19th Century diarist's lesbian identity has been corrected. Read more via BBC.com! The original plaque - which was criticised for describing her as "gender non-conforming" rather than lesbian - has been replaced.
"It’s no secret that the intersection of being queer and black creates a lot of marginalization, but many are not aware of just how much queer, black youth are at risk. A recent report from the Human Rights Campaign that looked at black, LGBTQ youth shows that nearly half of these youths are ridiculed by family members … Continue reading Disturbing New Stats on Black LGBTQ Youth