(WB) We buy their phones, wear their watches, and use their products to drive our businesses—but finding their iconic ads in the pages of your local LGBT newspaper or website is like looking for an apple in an orange grove.
(Mirror) Achieve the versatility you need when preparing your meals. The Magic Chef Multi-cooker is a programmable 7-in-1 multi-cooker that combines the function of a slow cooker, pressure cooker, sauté, rice cooker, steamer, yogurt maker, and food warmer. The multi-cooker cooks food properly so that it doesn’t dry out and has better texture.
(WB) Internet giant Google announced Thursday night that it has removed from its online store a controversial app submitted by an anti-LGBT religious group that promotes so-called conversion therapy to “help homosexuals leave their destructive lifestyles.”
INTO, the online LGBT magazine owned and operated by gay dating app Grindr, laid its editorial staff off this week, effectively ending the digital publication’s 17-month run.
Wheels on a suitcase? They’re so convenient yet they're an unremarkable essential for today's traveler. But in 1970, Bernard Sadow had trouble selling his rolling suitcase idea. After weeks of rejection from department stores, including Macy's, Sadow had a meeting with a Macy's vice president who was impressed with his idea. Macy's sold the first suitcases on wheels in October 1970. It took nearly 20 years for the next advance in rolling luggage. Pulled on two wheels with a retractable handle, today's standard issue black suitcase was invented in the late '80s by Northwest Airlines pilot Bob Plath. But the wheels came first, and the luggage that followed has changed the way people travel.
When Lesbians Who Tech decided to host its first ever summit in 2017—just a handful of years after its founding in 2014—a few tech companies threw in a few dollars as sponsors and 800 people showed up.