Gay Dads Sue Trump Admin for Denying Daughters Citizenship

When an official at the U.S. passport office in Los Angeles first raised questions about their infant daughter Kessems citizenship last spring, Adiel and Roee Kiviti figured that it was just a misunderstanding. After all, they were both U.S. citizens; their names were on her birth certificate; her older brother, Levwho like Kessem was born in Canada with the help of an egg donor and a gestational surrogatehad no problem obtaining his own U.S. passport when he was born in 2016. We sort of naively thought that this is just a big mistakethat once the government realized, perhaps through media, that this was a mistake, it would be sort of rectified, clarified, Roee told The Daily Beast. Since then, weve …

This Dad Just Built His Bisexual Daughter A Bi-Chair And The Internet Loves It

One father built a ‘Bi-chair’ for his bisexual daughter because she found the stereotype that people like her can’t sit ‘normally’ to be hilarious. The chair was designed by artist Má Matiazi and built by Israel Walker, according to whom it is meant “for people who can’t sit straight.” The satirical project went viral, as the internet thought it was incredibly creative. Make sure to scroll down for Bored Panda’s wholesome in-depth interview with the artist Matiazi! Facebook (Israel Walker) | mmatiazi.com | Má Matiazi The stereotype that bisexuals can’t sit ‘normally’ is widely known in the bi community eIektranatchio harleivy writes the fact that bisexual people created the meme as part of the community’s “humorous trend for self-deprecating stereotypes.” …

Bobby Berk of Queer Eye on the Worst Job Hes Ever Had

Its hard to believe that Queer Eye first premiered just a little over a year and a half ago, in February 2018. Already in its fourth season, the series has solidified its spot atop our collective Netflix queue as a sort of streaming restorative: A rare, the Gay Beatles. In that short time, Antoni, Bobby, Jonathan, Karamo, and Tan have skyrocketed to both fame and, yes, first-name terms with both viewers and critics. Were kind of pumping out so many seasons at once that we cant keep track of it sometimes, Bobby Berk tells me with a laugh. When we speak on the phone, he is in Philadelphia working on the shows next season, filming six days a week because …