Boy Culture provides a photo-round up from NYC's Gay Pride, Vanity Fair looks at what it's like to be gay at West Point, Elizabeth Warren won't rule out endorsing Bernie Sanders, gays still can't get married in all parts of Louisiana...all this and more in today's round up.
Backlash against the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage continues. A Tennessee hardware store owner has posted a sign in the window of his store that reads, “NO GAYS ALLOWED” in response to the Court’s ruling.
The guidelines come after 35 members of Congress last week sent a letter to the DHS Secretary calling for sharp limits on the use of detention for LGBT immigrants due to a high risk of sexual assault.
In a lame and misguided form of anti-gay protest, conservatives are trying to use American flag avatars to counter the 26 million Facebook rainbow profile pics that users created after SCOTUS legalized same-sex marriage nationwide.
The best response to the proclamation comes from Lamont Wheat, who said: “A proclamation acknowledging the tradition of marriage, I think, is exciting and equally so for those now who are allowed to participate in the tradition that we call marriage."