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Does Christopher Bailey's promotion to CEO of Burberry signal a turning point in the visibility of gay people at the top levels of business ?
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A look at which companies are shifting away from making donations to anti-gay causes, and why.
For San Francisco showman Marc Huestis, the secret to living well is balancing his celebrity-heavy schedule at the Castro Theatre with the simple pleasures of neighborhood life.
Once upon a time, there was a 28-year-old lesbian computer programmer who ran a marathon. It changed her life.
Jan Brewer vetoed a bill to protect businesses who turned away clients on the basis of owners' “sincerely held” religious beliefs.
During her talk, Megan Smith argued that gay people have been an integral part of the history of technology since its inception (Smith is married to Re/code co-editor Kara Swisher).
The LGBT Media convening is an annual confab sponsored by the Evelyn & Walter Haas Jr. Fund, in conjunction with the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association and hosted and organized with thought and panache by Bil Browning, founder and CEO of The Bilerico Project.
Impressions from the inaugural Lesbians Who Tech Summit, San Francisco, February 28, 2014 Which country has the highest percentage of women studying computer science? Would you guess the US? Ind...
Another year, another trip to Hobby Airport to board a jet plane for the 2014 edition of the LGBT Media Journalists Convening.
MWW said it would acquire and absorb the Macias Media Group in Los Angeles, which focuses on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender consumers.
The tech world spends a lot of time talking about "brogrammers" -- the cult of white, straight men who, at their worst, act as though the world owes them a debt of gratitude for "crushing it" at th...
A new book describes why businesses took progressive positions on gay rights long before many politicians.
“That class … really opened up my mind about gay history and about how the LGBT community is represented in media and society,” Skandros said. “Scruff would not be around today if it wasn't for [that class].” As for the future ...
Great start to #LGBTMedia14 - with MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell at the AFL-CIO in D.C. pic.twitter.com/MA8URnZT1U
Shawn Hollenbach and I first met in Atlanta at the Salon LGBTQ Conference and then again in Fort Lauderdale at the LGBT Tourism & Hospitality Conference.
Congratulations to Curran Streett - ED of CenterLink member center Pride Center of the Capital Region for being honored for "Excellence in the Professions"!
Who is uses their Circle of Influence to be your Influencer? Following on from Ian Calvert's page on Influencers, his blog and previous Influencer List, he have been asked what has changed? Has anything? Are you removing or adding anyone?
With a combined net worth of nearly $16 billion, the select group of LGBT ten-figure fortunes includes media mogul David Geffen, PayPal cofounder Peter Thiel and Hyatt hotel beneficiary Jennifer Pritzker,...
Meet Cathy Renna, one of our presenters at the upcoming LGBT Marketing Conference in New York on April 24th, 2014.Cathy Renna, SVP at Target Cue, will be speaking on "Public Relations Strategies for Reaching the LGBTQ Community".
An advertisement for the Helsinki gay club dtm (which stands for don't tell mama) will not be published in the Finnish state railways VR's Allegro magazine, which is distributed free of charge on trains between the Finnish ...
We have a serious technology pipeline issue. Many estimates point to the fact that, worldwide, there will be 1 million more tech jobs vacant than qual ...
He upped the ante and called on Cellcard to completely remove the advert, while ensuring that future ads respect human rights and refrain from discriminating against anyone,...
Aimed exclusively at lesbians, bisexual and/or bi-curious women, the Dattch dating app ought to be a shoe-in for the large San Francisco market. So it's no..
We’re celebrating the accomplishments and new endeavors of Palm Springs’ LGBT residents in the March issue of Desert Outlook. It’s all about community.
All gay. All the time. Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Toronto, Canada Executive Creative Directors: Brian Sheppard, Helen Pak Group C ("@adsoftheworld: New Ad: Proud FM: Gay, 3
Crowd at the #LGBTMedia14 covering in Washington DC. pic.twitter.com/BLmOhvSv21