Mom Throws Out Her Gay Son After He Comes Out, Grandpa Disowns Her With Powerful Letter

Even though it’s 2019 and the LBGTQ community are a fully visible and integrated part of many Western societies, there is, sadly, still plenty of irrational intolerance to overcome. And while we might think that things are getting better, they are actually getting worse. According to Accelerating Acceptance report, the number of Americans 18 to 34 who are comfortable interacting with LGBTQ people declined from 63% in 2016 to 45% in 2018, an alarming shift considering that the younger generation are traditionally thought to be more open-minded than their parents. “We count on the narrative that young people are more progressive and tolerant,” John Gerzema, CEO of The Harris Poll, who undertook the survey, told USA Today. “These numbers are …

Texan Kids Make Fun Of Their White Christian Moms

Of all the states in the USA, Texas stakes a claim for having the strongest identity. Conservative, tough, gun-loving and God-fearing, you pretty much know what to expect when a Texan walks into the room. But times they are-a-changin’ and a new, young, vibrant Texas is emerging in metropolises across the state, leading to a generational divide that throws up some interesting contrasts. Take this wholesome story of newfound friendship for example. Tumblr user Nicholas, who goes under the username  “She accepts me for who I am and we actually grew closer after I came out.” Nicholas, who says he was thrilled to meet up with his new friend Gaby at Houston Pride, believes that the old stereotypes about Texas …

I Share My Personal Experiences As A Gay Man In My Pride Month Comic

Hi everyone, I’m Doodlemancer and I enjoy telling stories. I usually draw light-hearted comics but today, I would like to share my personal struggles as a gay man for Pride Month. I’ve always been afraid to talk about my sexuality and that left me feeling isolated for years. I hope by sharing my story, I can reach out to others who are struggling just like me. And to everyone who was bullied or has suffered for being different, know that you are wonderful just for being you and that no amount of prejudice and hate can change that. Thank you and I hope you enjoy my story.

22 Sassiest Responses To Homophobe Comparing Being Straight During Pride Month To Being A Jew In Nazi Germany

They say that the best way to respond to hate is with love. True, but in these days of anonymous internet trolling there might be an even better option: sarcastic mockery. The latest trend among alt-right types these days is to present themselves as some kind of victim; where is my straight pride parade? Why don’t I get a white history month? What about an international men’s day? Completely missing the point that our entire social structure is skewed heavily in favor of the straight, white male. Do you really need those things to feel accepted and valued, snowflake? Image credits: Image credits: ‘Murdered By Words’ page. Ironically enough, the very best takedown to this abhorrent tweet was by a …