A Rundown Of Gaywheels’ Most Popular Reviews & Articles For 2014 (So Far)
It’s hard to believe, but we’re already halfway through the calendar year — slightly more than halfway, in fact. That means it’s time to take a quick look in the rearview mirror and see what’s happened the past six months…
Myth-Busting Gay Car Stereotypes
Every person on Earth, no matter what race, religion, colour, or sexual orientation, suffers from the injustice of stereotypes. As a gay man and a car enthusiast, I noticed that the stereotypes about homosexuals don’t stop with how we dress…
The Year In LGBT Rights: Many Wins, So Many More To Go
It’s hard to believe that only a year has passed, but it’s true: on June 26, 2013, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down two of the most important civil rights decisions in recent memory, when United States v….
Chrysler Takes To The Streets For Detroit’s Motor City Pride
In the automotive industry, Chrysler has become a leader on LGBT issues, and like other U.S. automakers, it consistently aces HRC’s Corporate Equality Index. Over the weekend, the company’s LGBT-friendliness was on view at Detroit’s Motor City Pride celebration. Chrysler sponsored…
Porsche Adds Protections For Gay & Lesbian Employees; Hyundai & Kia Only Two Automakers Left On Our Not-Gay-Friendly List
Good news from Nick Twork, Manager of Product Communications for Porsche Cars North America. Porsche has new protections and benefits for its lesbian and gay employees!
The Best-Selling Cars Among LGBT Consumers Are…
Yesterday, Auto News published an article about the increasing visibility of lesbians and gay men in auto ads. (Transfolk? Not so much, though you can glimpse them here and there.)
The Most Trans-Friendly Seatbelt Safety Video That You’re Likely To See This Week
For decades, Americans have tended to lump the transgendered into two categories: transsexuals like Renée Richards and Christine Jorgensen, who’ve undergone sex reassignment surgery, and drag queens like RuPaul and Dame Edna, who wear the clothing of the “opposite” sex to entertain audiences and who may or may not be homosexual. (Drag kings are an entirely different ball of wax and, to be honest, have often been considered merely “eccentric” rather than transgender.)
Toyota Moves To Texas: Are Its LGBT Employees Doomed To Lose Benefits? [UPDATED]
This week, Toyota announced plans to pack up its corporate headquarters in Torrance, California — its U.S. base of operations since 1956 — and move to Plano, Texas. The shift could prove a smart one for Toyota, but how will its LGBT employees fare in the Lone Star State?
Homophobic Uber Cab Driver In Gay Paris Gets Le Boot
Paris is a city of contrasts. On the one hand, it’s the magnificent City of Light. On the other, locals eat mayonnaise on their fries. (Which they refuse to call “French fries”, even though you’d think it would be a source of national pride. Then again, they don’t call their frites “freedom fries” either, so maybe it’s a draw.)
Ford Continues Support Of Homophobic St. Patrick’s Day Parade, While Guinness, Heineken Pull Out
It’s St. Patrick’s Day — a day of shamrocks, green beer, and, depending on where you live, a heaping helping of homophobia.