Daniel Radcliffe was honored with the Trevor Project Hero Award and dedicated it to "the real heroes," who he says "are the people who are staffing those call centers and picking up the phones, saving lives every single day." Read "Daniel Radcliffe Accepts Hero Award, Dedicates It to Suicide Prevention Volunteers."
"According to the Washington Post, the first comic in the series, “Kevin Keller” No. 1, provides a broad overview of Kevin’s life experiences, describing his run-ins with bullies, his coming-out story, and his struggle to decide whether or not to pursue his dream of attending the U.S. Military Academy." Read full article here.
In honor of the release of X-Men: United, I'd thought I post this old review of the first three X-men movies. For those of you who don't know, X-Men director and writer, Bryan Singer, is openly gay and meant the films as an allegory for gay rights. Read review here.
Sunday's premiere of MTV's Teen Wolf will include an openly gay character played by Keahu Kahuanui. Read full article here.
Jay Jordan Hawke is the host of On the Edge and author of the awarding winning Two-Spirit Chronicles, which includes: Pukawiss the Outcast, A Scout is Brave, and Onwaachige the Dreamer.