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Outside of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, a billboard advertising the shooting range Pro Shots reads, "Converting Pansies Daily," referencing the stereotype of effeminate gay men in need of a 'masculine' activity in their lives. The ad, which contained an image of a pansy flower and a gun, has been removed following complaints from North Carolina advocates.
A new app available in the Android Market called “Is My Son Gay?” targets mothers and claims that by asking 20 questions, it can determine their son’s sexual orientation.
GLAAD looks at harmful and inaccurate assumptions about bisexual people, and separates the myths from the facts in order to raise more awareness on "Celebrate Bisexuality Day."
Darian Aaron, a journalist and GLAAD National People of Color Media Institute participant, explains why rapper The Game’s call for closeted gay rappers to come out is both welcomed and misguided.