QuestionMark is 1 years old! Here is the countdown with the best posts of 2019. Thank you! 10. Creating a Better LGBTQ+ Community (Part 1) 9. Stop Fighting Over the Pride Flag Colours 8. Coming Out Stories (Part 1) 7. Can The Pope Be An LGBTQ+ Ally? 6. Do Fetishes Have a Place in Our […]Read more "Best Posts of 2019"
All your answers from the recent survey are included below in the format: “Answer”- author Putting our money where our mouth is Giving money to LGBT causes can be of the highest importance for our community. I believe we can all understand how funding NGOs that protect our members and allies, provide shelter, professional support […]Read more "Creating a better LGBTQ+ community (Part 1)"
Reading The History of LGBT rights The American Gay Rights Movement Respect Your Trans Elders: Two Justice Warriors Who Paved the Way for Today’s Trans Movement Unbreakable Rainbow in Warsaw Instagram Irish Queer Archive LGBT History Video & Movies Queer UK 1900-1990 Pink Triangles Stonewall Riots Explained Beaten, Robbed & Left to Die (1982) The […]Read more "A library of LGBTQ history links (ever-expanding)"
I was 19. “A Tuesday afternoon in October. I was on the way to college. I still remember the sweat beating down my back as I stood outside the black iron gates of Mary Immaculate College, Limerick. My mum would ring me and simply as the question “are you gay?” It was as easy as […]Read more "Your coming out stories (Part 2)"
“I knew for sure that I was gay at 13, after binge-watching Queer as Folk (both the UK and US versions). In 2nd Year Art, I told three close girlfriends and they were completely supportive. One of them was that stereotypical straight white girl and asked me the MOST awkward and inappropriate questions. Although they […]Read more "Your coming out stories (Part 1)"
54% of you said no. Reading all your thoughts I kept coming across the following keywords.NOs: safety, money, no support, unwelcome.YESes: educate, support, solidarity. Some of us were made brave to explore the seas and the stars, to take risks and challenge the world. Some of us were made cautious to make plans, ensure we survive […]Read more "Holidays in Anti-LGBT destinations?"
Yes, they should! But also, no, they shouldn’t. Your opinions Should corporations participate in Pride parades? Are they supporting or exploiting the LGBT community? It is not about the brand, it is about the people who work for the brand. Apple has a presence in every Pride where they have offices and then some, but […]Read more "Should companies join Pride?"