The New Civil Rights Movement
Are you on Facebook?
Would you please click "like" in the box to your right, or
Visit us on Facebook!
“For the record I am gay” said Olympian Megan Rapinoe. Now, the gold medallist lets the world know why it is important for gay athletes to come out.
Out and Proud Olympian Carlien Dirkse van den Heuvel goes for gold Friday as the Dutch field hockey team takes on Argentina.
London 2012 handball Olympian Alexandra Lacrabère, 24, is one of France’s four openly-lesbian sportswomen.
London 2012 Olympian Natalie Cook, a lesbian, of Australia, turned professional in 1994. She is “unofficially married” and just announced her retirement.
Olympiad Judith Arndt, 36, has been cycling since she was four years old. Today she became the first out LGBT Olympiad to win a medal in the 2012 London Games.
Karen Anne Hultzer had not spoken about her sexuality. but her partner had told the media she was happy to be identified as gay. Now, Hultzer offers an update.
Out and proud US tennis player Lisa Raymond, partnering with Liezel Huber in the doubles event, will try for her first Olympic Medal at the London 2012 Games.
Pia Sundhage, head coach of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team said, “We are ready…We are full of confidence and we’ll have fun at the Olympics.”
Seimone Augustus is an American professional basketball player in the WNBA, and is on the U.S. National Olympic Team at the London 2012 Olympics.
Amid accusations of “pink washing,” a March 16 reception for Israeli LGBT leaders was canceled by the Seattle LGBT Commission. Residents on both sides are furious.
HIDE/SEEK: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture will open to the public Saturday at the Tacoma Art Museum (TAM) where it can be viewed from March 17 through June 10, 2012.
“BE IT PROCLAIMED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, That the Council hereby proclaim March 17, 2012 to be LGBT Civil Rights Equality Awareness Day.”
Judge McPhee ruled Washington’s Referendum 74, which is the bill that brings same-sex marriage equality to the state will not contain the phrase “redefine marriage.”
Four states have major exhibitions at notable museums which focus on works of art that are explicitly or implicitly depictions of LGBTQ subjects or iconography.
← Previous Entries
Next Entries →
12 States Where Same-Sex Marriage Isn’t Legal — But Could Be
Vladimir Putin Just Made It Illegal To Tell Kids Gay People Exist
TX Man: After 34 Years My Partner’s Sister Forced Us Apart, Took Our Home Because We Weren’t Married
Marine War Hero Eric Alva Excoriates A Texas Crowd Who Booed Him Because He Is Gay
Gay People’s Hearts ‘Unsuitable’ For Life Says Head Of Russia’s State-Controlled TV News
Christian Polling Group Finds Atheists Divorce Less Than Christians
Watch: Kids Shown Interracial Cheerios Commercial — Have No Idea Why It’s Controversial
Largest Study Of Children Raised By Same-Sex Parents Shows They’re Healthier Than Their Peers
Sign up for our daily newsletter!
Sign Up For Our Weekly Newsletter!
Site Terms and Conditions of Use
Advertise with The New Civil Rights Movement
"The players in this drama of frustration and indignity are not commas or semicolons in a legislative thesis; they are people, human beings, citizens of the United States of America."