According to Russell T Davies, aka RTD, who wrote the series Queer as Folk and resurrected Doctor Who, "gay people are better and cleverer and more imaginative than anyone else!" read more
Three asylum seeker families who sheltered U.S. whistleblower Edward Snowden in 2013 say they are living in fear because of reports that Sri Lankan police officials have been in Hong Kong trying to search for them. Relatives in Sri Lanka of one of the families had been "questioned, harassed and threatened" by Sri Lankan officials, said Robert Tibbo, who was also Snowden's Hong Kong lawyer. Tibbo called on Hong Kong authorities to protect the families, because he thinks they're at risk of being "unlawfully renditioned" out of Hong Kong. "We do not believe that the Hong Kong government has provided the protection that our clients are entitled to receive as asylum seekers in Hong Kong," Tibbo says. read more
Milo Yiannopoulos has attacked liberal media organisations for not scrutinising comments Star Trek actor and LGBTQ activist George Takei made about his own sexual abuse.
In the clip, Takei speaks about being at summer camp as a 13-year-old and having an 18-year-old camp counselor come into his cabin, kiss him and molest him.
The excerpt many seem to find most jarring is when Takei insists he wasn't actually molested because he found the perpetrator "attractive." read more
Russian band Leningrad have released a music video for their new song, "Tattoo Artist" which plays out backwards but makes perfect sense when reversed.
The video was made to be played both ways and no amount of absurdity is sacrificed either way. In the chronological version, the context becomes clearer and the actions that started off the original events find meaning. read more
"He Will Not Divide Us," Shia LaBeouf's Museum of the Moving Image art installation, was shut down after becoming a "flashpoint for violence," a museum spokesperson confirmed to the Daily News. "The installation created a serious and ongoing public safety hazard for the museum, its visitors, staff, local residents, and businesses," a statement from the museum read. "Over the course of the installation, there have been dozens of threats of violence and numerous arrests, such that police felt compelled to be stationed outside the installation 24 hours a day, seven days a week," the statement continued.