Here in Oregon we’re days away from a marriage equality ruling and we’re waiting with bated breath… but should we be? In January a federal Judge in Eugene consolidated two lawsuits that are challenging Oregon’s ban on same-sex marriage. With the consolidation of these cases, U.S. District Judge Michael J. McShane will be issuing a.. read more →

(The original article can be found here at Google, The world’s leading search engine, is well known for being a gay friendly corporation. In a sign of solidarity during the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Google boasted a rainbow colored doodle as its logo during the Olympics to raise awareness of human rights atrocities.. read more →

(originally posted to bisexualsaregreat) The B stands for Biggest. Slightly more than half of the LGBT population falls under the the B. But that’s so hard to believe! It seems like I know way more people who identify as gay or lesbian.  The B stands for Belittled. The B is systematically erased, ignored, and invalidated. Which fuels rampant biphobia. It’s no wonder.. read more →

Q Center is excited to be partnering on another event with our friends at Powell’s Books, Inc. on Wednesday, April 30th at 7:30pm. This time we welcome author Jo Becker for a reading of Forcing the Spring: Inside the Fight for Marriage Equality at the downtown Powell’s location. Join us!   About Forcing the Spring: Inside.. read more →

  Meet Gavern and Brian, a binational gay couple. They have been married for 11 years and for the past five years they have been fighting for their right to live in the United States – Brian’s home country. They are currently attempting to garner support and aid to fight their case against the US.. read more →

Have you ever wondered how the Transportation Securty Administration (TSA) treats trans people? Are you concerned about going through airport security? Come with your questions to an information session on March 13th from 7 – 9 PM at Q Center. Co-sponsored by Basic Rights Oregon, Oregon Safe Schools and Q Center, Tina A. Burke, a.. read more →