This morning I read OUT Magazine’s annual OUT100, which they describe as their “annual salute to the year’s most inspiring [LGBT] people.” The list is beautifully photographed and compiled, and includes all sorts of people; soldiers, models, chefs, artists, journalists, students.
It also includes 19 women. Of the one hundred most inspiring LGBT people of the year, apparently less than a fifth are female. Also, for the record, there are six people on the list who aren’t white.
Thanks a heap community that primarily defines itself as tolerant and inclusive.
P.S. For the purposes of this post, anyone the magazine describes using feminine pronouns is considered to be a woman.