We go behind-the-scenes of our April/May cover shoot, with photos and videos featuring music artists Tegan & Sara. The duo was photographed by David Needleman (Who also shot our April 2012 cover with Ricky Martin) at The OUT NYC in Midtown Manhattan. Read the cover story here, then check out the rest of the photos and videos after the jump.
(BTS Stills & Video by Vladimir Weinstein & Matt Monath)
A recent infographic, illustrated by Allison Morris, highlights the modern teenager’s continuous fight with bullying, and how it has taken on a new form as more and more of them gain access to today’s technologies. See the full graphic, with alarming statistics, after the jump.
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Chevrolet kicked off Detroit’s Motor City pride last week with an LGBT-targeted print ad for the Volt, their new electric-hybrid car. It features the compact car “coming out” to his “parents” as electric, followed by a rainbow stripe with copy that reads Happy Motor City pride from the entire Chevrolet family. See the ad above!
The city of West Hollywood just got a tad more gay-friendly as it unveiled new street advertisements in conjunction with the public safety campaign Watch the Road, which helps promote kids and adults staying alert while driving, walking, or riding their bikes. The campaign is comprised of large signs, like the one above, hanging along the city’s main boulevards. One sign in particular displays “Slow down, your family is waiting for you” and features a subtle graphic of a family with two fathers. Targeted marketing is common in WeHo, where close to half of the city’s residents identify as LGBT.