A New York Police Department (NYPD) officer caught in a deadly love triangle has been charged with murder after allegedly killing her ex-girlfriend’s new lover on Wednesday.
What happened: Yvonne Wu, 31, who works at the 72nd Precinct in Sunset Park, allegedly broke into the Bensonhurst home of her ex-girlfriend, Jenny Li, before shooting her and her new lover, Jamie Liang. Wu and Li reportedly dated for two years until they broke up three weeks ago.
Jonathan Kent – the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane – is set to come out as bisexual after falling in love with a Japanese male reporter in the fifth issue of “Superman: Son of Kal-El.”
A new twist: On Monday, DC Comics teased fans with images from the upcoming issue showing Jon Kent and his partner, Jay Nakamura, in a romantic setting. The new issue, written by Tom Taylor with art by John Timm, will be available on Nov. 9.
‘I like guys. Are you okay with that?’: Singaporean and his grandma share heartwarming ‘coming out’ moment
A Singaporean man went viral on TikTok after he posted a heartwarming video of his grandmother’s wholesome reaction to his telling her he is gay.
Unconditional love: On Oct. 2, @shaunshyen shared the tear-jerking moment on TikTok of him coming out to his grandmother, Must Share News reported. The video has received over 1.2 million views, over 227,000 likes and more than 3,300 comments at the time of this writing.
South Korean authorities have charged fifteen individuals with covering up in alleged sexual abuse case of Air Force officer Byun Hee-soo, South Korea’s first transgender soldier.
An avoidable death: Byun, who was forced to quit the Air Force in 2020 following a gender reassignment surgery, took her own life earlier this year, reported the BBC.
Playboy Magazine announced on Friday that social media influencer Bretman Rock will be the cover model of its digital edition for October.
It’s Bretman Rock, b*tch: The magazine made the announcement via tweets that included a short video of the 23-year-old internet personality striking poses while donning the iconic bowtie, bunny ears and tail.
Transgender cosmetics entrepreneur wanted in Malaysia for wearing feminine clothing is arrested in Thailand
Transgender cosmetics entrepreneur Nur Sajat Kamaruzzaman has been arrested after an eight-month search, Malaysian authorities confirmed on Monday.
The arrest: Nur Sajat, 36, was detained by Thai immigration authorities at a luxury condominium in Bangkok along with a man and a Thai woman, Malay Mail reported.
‘She’s my everything’: Athlete Sun Wenjing comes out as gay on Weibo in the face of government crackdown
Sun Wenjing, a retired volleyball player from China, has recently come out as a lesbian on Weibo despite the government’s public efforts to crack down on LGBTQ+ groups online.
Coming out: Sun, 27, shared the announcement on Sept. 9 along with two pictures of her and her girlfriend standing in front of a red backdrop, an officially recognized style used on marriage certificates in China, according to SupChina.
Students organize walkout after forced dismissal of gay Valor Christian High School coach in Colorado
Valor Christian High School students organized a walkout after the school forcibly dismissed their volleyball coach Inoke Tonga for being gay.
Forced removal: Tonga was confronted about his sexual orientation during a meeting with the campus pastor and athletic director on Aug. 19, according to the former coach’s lengthy Facebook post.
‘Underground’ LGTBQ+ community in Afghanistan fear being ‘killed on the spot’ after Taliban takeover
Members of the LGBTQ+ community in Afghanistan expressed fear as the Taliban took over the country’s capital Kabul.
Death as punishment: Many members from the hidden LGBTQ+ community in Afghanistan are now talking to international media outlets to express how dangerous it is to live in the country under the rule of the Taliban.
A gay couple sustained injuries after being subjected to a violent homophobic attack outside a bar in Birmingham in the U.K. early Sunday morning.
Unprovoked attack: The victims, identified by their first names Rob and Patrick, had just left the Missing Bar in the city’s Gay Village around 4 a.m. when a group of four men yelled abusive verbal comments and threw bottles at them, reported the BBC.
Olympic swimmer Erica Sullivan donates to LGBTQ cause, Camila Cabello ‘honored’ to be a part of her ‘gay awakening’
Erica Sullivan, the world’s first silver medalist in the women’s 1500-meter (0.93 miles) freestyle, donated money to the LGBTQ community and successfully slid into pop star Camila Cabello’s Instagram messages.
LGBTQ support: Sullivan, 20, became a grant recipient of the Procter and Gamble’s Athletes for Good Fund, which allows Olympians to donate funds to the charity or cause of their choice, according to her interview with People.
A couple captured a racist man on video hurling anti-Asian comments at them in San Francisco last weekend.
What happened: Albert Hsieh and Justin Erfort were walking on Market Street on Sunday around 3 p.m. when a man came at them out of nowhere and started spewing anti-Asian sentiments, according to KRON4.