Oh, baby. Yesterday, WNBA phenom Brittney Griner filed papers to annul her month-old marriage to Glory Johnson. Less than two days ago, Johnson announced that the couple was expecting a child. “Last Wednesday, Glory and I agreed to either legally separate, get divorced, or annul our marriage,” Griner said in a statement Friday, according to […]
By theGrio BELTSVILLE, Md. — With Maryland poised to legalize gay marriage, some conservative opponents and religious leaders are counting on members of their congregations, especially in black churches, to upend the legislation at the polls this fall. SEE ALSO: Why The GOP Won’t Win The Senate The GOP Still Looks For A Savior Many […]
Sheryl Swoopes, a three-time WNBA MVP, who came out as a lesbian six years ago has announced that she will be marrying a man. Swoopes was previously married to a man, her high school sweetheart, with whom she had a son with before coming out as a lesbian in 2005; announcing her relationship with Alisa […]
SAN DIEGO— Georgia state Congresswoman Simone Bell, the first Black lesbian to serve in the U.S. state legislature, will speak at the 11th annual San Diego Women’s Pride Brunch, Saturday July 16. Bell has spent her entire career fighting for equality as a community organizer, including working for affordable housing, elderly issues and youth empowerment. […]
In our country, the LGBT community has a track record of unleashing some of the most pivotal and historic luminaries of all-time; bringing a rather neo-cosmopolitan flair to the times and introducing agendas that have influenced foreign diplomats to grandiose artists and everywhere in-between across the globe.
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