The social hookup app Grindr presented a new five-part online series called “What the Flip?” with the first installment featuring an Asian man and White man swapping profiles for a day.
The featured users of the gay dating app take over each other’s profiles, letting them send messages as a different race and receive photos from other men.
An LGBT conference in China was forced to cancel after organizers of the event were reportedly told by police that the city “does not welcome gay people.”
At least 400 attendees were expected to arrive at Sunday’s Speak Out conference in the city of Xi’an, with speakers such as Li Tingting, one of the “Feminist Five,” speaking out against discrimination and discussing Chinese LGBT rights.
Police in Jakarta, Indonesia have arrested 141 men for allegedly attending a gay sex party at a sauna on Sunday.
Homosexuality is not illegal in the country, but the latest arrests follow a rise in discrimination and attacks on the LGBT community in Indonesia.
Alexander Montgomery calls himself a “potato queen” because he feels that “the white race is the superior one today. I only date white men.”
The 42-year-old Singaporean-Australian gay man’s obscurity does not stop him from pontificating on his perceived racial superiority.
Shan Ju Lin, a homophobic Taiwanese-Australian MP candidate, was dropped from the One Nation party on Saturday after describing LGBT people as “abnormal” and suggested they “should be treated as patients” in a Facebook rant.
In a now-deleted post, the Taiwanese Australian shared a 2015 article on Friday about a U.K. couple who faced trial for allegedly raping their adopted sons.
Indiana Pizza Joint that Says It Will Refuse Service to Gay Weddings Forced to Close, Website Gets Hacked
The owners of one Indiana pizza joint are paying the price for their support of the state’s new controversial Religious Freedom Retaliation Act signed by Governor Mike Pence last week that permits companies to refuse service for religious reasons.
Memories Pizza, owned by Kevin O’Connor and his daughter Crystal, was one of the first businesses to say they would refuse service to gays.