Written by Instinct Staff | Monday, 02 July 2012
, international response equality fund
, call to action
, human rights
, u.s. state department
Making an impact locally and nationally is a cinch thanks to the numerous LGBT groups that serve the United States. But when it comes to helping out our fellow LGBT living in some of the most hostile parts of the world, it's not always clear where we can turn to lend our helping hands.
That's all about to change thanks to the U.S. Department of State's new text donation campaign, the mGive International Response Equality Fund.
Written by Instinct Staff | Tuesday, 24 April 2012
Tags: hillary clinton
, secretary of state
, lgbt rights
Hillary Clinton got a few laughs from the audience at Syracuse University on Monday when discussing the difficulty she often faces while promoting LGBT rights in hostile homophobic territory. So, how did Clinton cause a few chuckles concerning such a serious topic?
Written by Instinct Staff | Friday, 23 March 2012
Tags: mr. gay world 2012
, south africa
, primal instinct
Judges signed on to next month's Mr. Gay World competition in South Africa sure will have their work cut out for them if the just-announced European delegation is any indication. If any judges are too overwhelmed to by the decision ahead to fulfill their duties, we'll volunteer to assume their roles. After all, we always have the measuring tape and banana oil tucked away in our homosatchels, ready for any emergency situation. See, despite what you may have heard on the gayvine, we are kind, caring and self-less.
However, we may be biased as we have an early favorite within Europe's 2012 offerings. Do you?
Follow the jump and find out!
Written by Instinct Staff | Monday, 05 December 2011
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, eastern europe
, per year
As sexually charged as the U.S. and its pop-culture are accused of being, Americans don't even place on a top-ten list ranking the world's most sexually-active countries. It's the only time we haven't lived up to our reputations in the sack!
So, then, which countries are getting it on more than we do in America?