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February 22, 2020

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76ers celebrate the LGBTQ community at Pride Night
The 76ers welcomed Jason Collins, Brian Sims, and the whole LGBTQ community to Pride Night.

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How a kid growing up in the heart of central Pa. found his voice as a transgender teen
Preston Heldibridle is a Dallastown Area High School graduate whose essay addressing transgender health concerns was added to an anthology.

February 21, 2020

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Arnos Vale cemetery LGBT stories revealed for first time
The "Drop Dead Gorgeous" project will explore the lives of LGBT people buried in a Bristol cemetery.

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The inspiring story of how a LGBT+ couple finally became parents in Greater Manchester
Trusted agency Adoption Counts has worked with hundreds of families across the region

February 20, 2020

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Colorado group urges businesses to leave Florida
A Colorado group has launched a statewide campaign to lure businesses away from Florida, touting more sunny days, legalized weed and stronger protections for LGBTQ citizens.

February 19, 2020

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Beyond the Rainbow: London's Other Gay Scene
London has long been known as one of the most gay-friendly cities in the world, with a rich tradition of LGBTQ culture and activism.

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The Best Cities For LGBTQ Retirees
When it comes to choosing a place to live during retirement, LGBTQ people want the same things that everyone else wants, with a few additional factors to consider.

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St. Cloud Pride makes drag family-friendly with Disney/Pixar brunch
St. Cloud Pride is rolling out a family-friendly Disney/Pixar Drag Brunch.

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HuffPost launches LGBTQ series to celebrate Mardi Gras and Pride Month
Publisher HuffPost will launch the ‘Proud Out Loud’ series for Mardi Gras and Pride Month, celebrating change-markers within the community

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Bollywood's first gay romcom: loud, proud and sealed with a kiss
A foot-tapping sequin-doused disco number, a hot-pink wedding, and a kiss between the two male leads: Bollywood's latest release, billed as India's first gay romcom, is making no bones about its subje...

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Los Angeles Realtor Anthony Vulin Awarded RISMedia 2020 Real Estate Newsmaker
Los Angeles Realtor and owner of The Collective Realty, Anthony Vulin, has won the RISMedia 2020 Real Estate Newsmaker award. He was named a 2020 real estate newsmaker because of the work he does to h...

February 18, 2020

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Village People to mark 40th anniversary at Party on the Heath
Village People and Sophie Ellis-Bextor with Sink The Pink have been announced for Party on the Heath with Pride in London on June 18.

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Campaign aiming to end transmissions and stigma of HIV launches in Manchester
It is hoped the campaign will help highlight the importance of regularly getting tested for HIV

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OPINION: Extending marriage to same-sex couples is good for the Costa Rican economy
Tourism could benefit by as much as $40 million a year, as same-sex couples flock to Costa Rica to marry

February 17, 2020

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Goat dressing and a wild drag race; 35th Arizona Gay Rodeo in Phoenix
The weekend-long rodeo at Corona Ranch and Rodeo Grounds in Laveen celebrated its 35th anniversary and featured gay and straight contestants. The rodeo, organized by the Arizona Gay Rodeo Association,...

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Why being gay in Russia is about "love and passion"
The secret moment between two gay Russian lovers that defied haters.

February 16, 2020

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Meet The Transgender Woman Poised To Become Argentina's First To Play Professional Soccer
Mara Gómez is currently awaiting the Argentine Soccer Federation’s final decision on whether or not she made the league.

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Pride Journey: Aspen Gay Ski Week
For years I’ve heard about Aspen Gay Ski Week, but it wasn’t until this year that I decided to take the journey out to Colorado to experience the event for myself. Now in its 43rd year, Aspen Gay Ski ...

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LGBT Groups Object to Federal Lawsuit That Seeks to Reverse Trans-Inclusive School Athletic Policies
One of the groups behind the lawsuit has drawn scrutiny for its history of pursuing religious liberty cases that often aim to curtail LGBT rights.

February 14, 2020

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Hidden LGBTQ histories of London's royal palaces to come out in new guided tours
Immersive performances will begin this month at Tower of London, with more planned at Hampton Court Palace and Kensington Palace

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Vietnam: LGBT Youth Unprotected
Pervasive myths about sexual orientation and gender identity in Vietnam contribute to violence and discrimination which is felt strongly among LGBT youth. Teachers are often untrained and ill-equipped...

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Quality Time, Sex and Politics: The Behaviors Keeping American Couples Happy During the 2020 Election Year
LGBT couples and non-LGBT couples report the same level of happiness in their relationships in 2020. 82 percent seems to be the sweet spot for both groups. There are also no significant differences be...

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How a local politician took up the fight for LGBT rights in Russia’s northern capital
Sergey Troshin was elected to a district council in St Petersburg last year - and has made it his mission to discuss LGBT issues at every opportunity.

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How to Make Your Marriage Gayer
Same-sex spouses feel more satisfied with their partners than heterosexual ones. What’s the secret?

February 11, 2020

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Meet the First Same-Sex Couple to Marry in Northern Ireland
Robyn Peoples and Sharni Edwards will be the first same-sex couple to marry in Northern Ireland, a milestone activists have been anticipating for years.

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Hawaii legislators advance bill to create LGBTQ commission
Hawaii state legislators have preliminarily approved a bill that would create a commission to address issues concerning the LGBTQ community. A House committee voted 6-1 Feb. 5 to advance the bill that...

February 10, 2020

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5 things we know about Crawley's first ever Pride festival
In advance of the debut Crawley Pride festival this August, SurreyLive has a look at what we know so far

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'Listen to our voices': Pasifika protest over anti-gay laws at pride march
The ongoing criminalisation of homosexuality around Oceania was the focus for the Pacific community at Saturday's 7000 strong Rainbow Pride march in New Zealand's largest city.

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The 200-year-old diary that's rewriting gay history
A Yorkshire farmer's journal from 1810 reveals surprisingly modern views on being gay.

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Switzerland votes in favour of LGBT protection bill
Voters in Switzerland have backed a proposal to make discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and sexual identity illegal. The result - 63.1% in favour to 36.9% against - is a huge boost for ...

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First female, lesbian leads Michigan Episcopal diocese
The Michigan diocese of the Episcopal Church has its first female and openly lesbian bishop. The Rev. Bonnie A. Perry was consecrated and ordained Saturday during a ceremony...

February 08, 2020

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First same-sex marriage to take place in Northern Ireland during LGBT history month
A couple set to have the first same-sex marriage ceremony in Northern Ireland have said "it's amazing" to see "history being made".

February 06, 2020

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Yes, There’s a New Gay Bar in Greenwich Village
Playhouse Bar, which opened a block from Stonewall, is filled with drag and dancing.

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Companies Offer Rebuke of Tennessee's Anti-LGBT Adoption Law
Almost three dozen big companies and more than 100 small businesses in Tennessee are predicting economic backlash from a newly enacted adoption state law and other proposals that target LGBT people.

February 02, 2020

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Capital Pride to Reveal 2020 Theme Campaign, Announce Pride 2020 in the Nation’s Capital
On February 6, the Capital Pride Alliance (CPA) will host its annual “Reveal” event  from 7-11 pm, at City Winery to announce the theme campaign for Capital Pride 2020. Tickets are available o…

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Bloomberg camp opens Georgia office with focus on gay rights
White House hopeful Mike Bloomberg’s campaign opened its first Georgia office in Midtown, the heart of the city’s gay community...

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The long road to fatherhood for gay men in China
Before Qiguang Li could pass through customs and step onto U.S. soil for the first time, he faced a three-hour detention where he learned that he needed to be more candid about his identity. It was Se...

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What it's like being trans in small town New Zealand
People will sometimes stare at her in the street, but many are supportive of Marcelyn Yerbury's journey.

February 01, 2020

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Harlequins launch first ever LGBTQ+ Pride fixture
Harlequins’ Gallagher Premiership Fixture against London Irish on 15th February has been confirmed as the inaugural LGBTQ+ Pride Game.

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The Next Transgender Generation Isn’t Waiting To Get To Work
At Silicon Valley's first-ever "Trans Summit," 14-year-old Lia told Intuit employees: “My advice to y’all in preparation for our generation to enter the workforce is: be ready!”

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Meet Liverpool’s LGBT+ football club winning titles and tackling homophobia
Mersey Marauders welcome any gay, straight, bi or trans players

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Review: 'The Leopard Play or sad songs for lost boys’ at Steep Theatre
>Even though he is living and working--for now, at least--in Chicago, the hugely talented young playwright Isaac Gomez is fast becoming the Bard of El Paso, Texas.

January 31, 2020

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Capital Pride and Black Pride prepare to reveal their annual themes
Two pride reveal parties offer a sneak peek at events that celebrate and honor the local LGBTQ community

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Discover The Queer History Of UK Parliament On An LGBT-Themed Guided Tour
Every Saturday throughout the month, you're invited to join a Pride at Parliament tour, a 90 minute exploration of the Palace of Westminster through the lens of queer political history.

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Third company pulls Florida voucher donations over anti-gay policies
Wyndham joined Wells Fargo and Fifth Third Bank in saying they'll stop donating to the program after discovering some beneficiaries have anti-LGBTQ policies, NBC News reports.

January 30, 2020

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A Guide To London's Pride Festivals
Yeah, that's right - festivals, plural.

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Iconic London Nightclub Gets Special Status For Historic Value To LGBT Community
The iconic nightclub Heaven, home to G-A-Y, has been granted special status as a historic gay venue by Westminster City Council.

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LGBT+ History Month 2020: When is it, what’s the history of it and what events are taking place in London?
LGBT+ History Month has returned and, up and down the country, LGBTQ+ people and allies are coming together under the rainbow flag.

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Puerto Vallarta: A Cultural Feast
Festivals, food, and fine lodgings with Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa.

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Theatre Calgary gets ‘Louder’ with show about teen boy fighting to take boyfriend to prom
The latest offering by Theatre Calgary is based on the true story of Canadian teen Marc Hall who fought for the right to bring his boyfriend to his Catholic high school prom.

January 29, 2020

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Sharing the hilarious and heartwarming at Montague's new LGBT space
LGBT youth in eastern PEI now have a new place to share what's on their minds.

January 28, 2020

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Documentary details difficulties for LGBT people in Fort McMurray
A new documentary series highlights the difficulties of being openly gay outside Alberta's two biggest cities.

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‘Chocolate Covered Rocky Horror’ coming to Baltimore Soundstage in February
Expect performers to amp the outrageousness up several notches, making for an evening that’s fun, all-inclusive and decidedly R-rated.

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LGBT People – Tell Us Your Favourite Queer Spaces Around The UK
Be it bar, coffee shop, or museum... It's hella important for LGBT people to have their own safe spaces since they allow us to come together and learn, share, and have fun as a community!

January 27, 2020

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City of Philadelphia Makes Equity a Priority
The City of Philadelphia’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion is now the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion — marking the city’s efforts to place equity as a priority.

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INTERVIEW: Trans candidate says Peru’s machismo culture teaches many ‘to be ashamed’
The first indigenous transgender candidate to run for parliament in Peru says it is time to end the culture of machismo in the South American country.

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Soccer player Shiho Shimoyamada helps blaze trail for Japan's LGBT athletes
Soccer player Shiho Shimoyamada has been encouraged by the response she has received since she became Japan's first openly gay professional athlete in Febr

January 26, 2020

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Following the legacy of Spain's most famous poet and playwright, Federico Garcia Lorca
Dimitris Kouimtsidis explores the fleeting life of Spain’s most famous poet, snuffed out for being gay, socialist and ‘undesirable’

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Oklahoma Leaders Hope to Push for More LGBTQ Rights in 2020
Leaders in conservative Oklahoma say they are looking for more legislative progress for LGBTQ people this year after notable strides in 2019.

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Photos: LGBTQ Center opens in downtown Greensboro
Guilford Green Foundation and LGBTQ Center opened on Greene Street in Greensboro, N.C., on Friday, January 17, 2020. More than $150,000 was raised last year to completely renovate the new space. It pr...

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The Center on Colfax exhibit champions LGBT pioneers of women's music
Its new exhibit, “Breaking the Sound Barrier: The Women’s Music Movement 1970s through 1990s,” opened on Wednesday with a free performance from Take Note!, an a cappella ensemble from the Denver Women...

January 23, 2020

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Hear Inland Empire premiere of ‘Bayard Rustin: The Man Behind the Dream’ Jan. 25 in Riverside
South Coast Chorale of Long Beach will join with three Riverside choirs to present the piece honoring the life of Rustin, an openly gay civil rights activist

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Adam Lambert Launches Non-Profit to Support LGBTQ+ Organizations
Feel Something Foundation’s mission is “to support LGBTQ+ organizations that are moving the needle for communities of all ages and backgrounds,” singer says

January 21, 2020

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Ottawa to be home to new LGBTQ+ National Monument
Ottawa has been chosen as the site of a national monument memorializing discrimination against Canada’s LGBTQ+ community.The specific location of the LGBTQ+ National Monument will be announced Thursda...

January 20, 2020

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Hong Kong’s lesbian bars are vanishing, but for LGBT people it’s actually a good sign in the traditionally conservative city
There were as many as nine lesbian bars in Hong Kong in the early 2000s, but that number has dropped to two; the city’s increasing tolerance of LGBT people means more lesbians feel they can hang out a...

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Pink Dot to return to Hong Lim Park in June
Singapore’s LGBTQ rally is set to return to Hong Lim Park in June, organizers announced on Saturday. 

January 19, 2020

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Coffee Commercial About Queer Teens Is the Best Way to Start the Day
Will we ever get tired of commercials being openly inclusive of the LGBTQ community? Probably not. Gone are the days when the best we got was a wink and a nod from Subaru — now queer people get to be ...

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Swimwear and underwear targeting gay men gets boost in Asia as newcomers enter the niche industry
Men’s underwear and swimwear targeting gay men is nothing new in the West, but now newcomers based in Asia like Tight Tams and U-Touch are making forays into this niche industry with often daring and ...

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LGBT Activists Say New Bills Target Transgender Youth
Republican legislators in over a dozen states are promoting bills that focus on transgender young people, including medical and sports bans.

January 18, 2020

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Rent rises force revered LGBT bookshop out of Paris's gay district
Les Mots à La Bouche’s move from the Marais shows loss of cultural heritage, activists say

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The Undiscovered LGBTQ Mardi Gras
Mardi Gras itself is a day worth celebrating, but with a season stretching January 6 to February 25, 2020, there are plenty of opportunities for fun.

January 17, 2020

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How Gay Art Survives in Beijing, as Censors Tighten Grip
An art gallery in China’s capital provides a lens into the city’s quietly present gay community.

January 16, 2020

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Larry Kramer Wishes More People Wrote About Gay History
“Most historians taken seriously are always straight. They wouldn’t know a gay person if they took him to lunch.”

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‘K-pop for queer’: the LGBT choirs in South Korea singing for change in the conservative nation
South Korea’s Unnie Choir, described as ‘K-pop for queer’, and G-Voice, the country’s first gay choir, are part of an expanding network of LGBT choirs across Asia that use song to fight discrimination...

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How the grand design led Jonathan Adler to Toronto’s Interior Design Show
A kid in a Rush T-shirt became an interior-design star thanks to clay, ‘my forever love.’

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