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April 08, 2020

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How 3 Major LGBTQ Centers Are Virtually Keeping Their Communities Alive
For many people, LGBTQ community centers can be crucial lifeline. As such, centers across the country have worked at astonishingly fast rates to convert their operations into robust virtual communitie...

April 07, 2020

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Quibi shows: Sasha Velour joins host of LGBT stars on new streaming app
Quibi shows include NightGowns with Sasha Velour, The Hot Shot with Keke Palmer and Joel Kim Booster and You Ain't Got These with Lena Waithe.

March 31, 2020

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How we met: 'I think gay men are often able to negotiate an open marriage'
Dan Butler, 29, a radio journalist, and his husband, Hugh O’Connor, 31, a theatre production designer, are also in a relationship with Charles Davis, 28, another theatre production designer

March 28, 2020

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Supporting the Queer Service and Entertainment Industries
How to help LGBTQIA workers during COVID-19 pandemic

March 26, 2020

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‘Two gay men forced to hide our identities to make our voices heard’: Malaysian LGBT podcast hosts on being queer in a conservative society
Homosexuality is illegal in Malaysia, but the anonymous hosts of LGBT podcast Kunyit Squared believe Malaysian society is becoming more tolerant. They talk about the ‘pretty wild’ gay experience there...

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How Kakande became the face of gay male sex workers in Uganda
Uganda has been dubbed ‘the world’s worst place to be gay’ by The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in one of its documentaries. Yet in the midst of all the persecution, an organisation by and fo...

March 25, 2020

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As Gay Bars Close, Drag Shows Go Online
“People are excited to do something else besides masturbate and watch TV,” Chicago queen Mini Pearl Necklace says

March 24, 2020

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Gay Couple Marries During Coronavirus Outbreak as Would-Be Guests Watch from Home
“I’m hoping this is a good story that we’ll be able to tell our children in the future,” says groom Alex Fishman

March 23, 2020

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South Korea's same-sex marriage ban remains major barrier for LGBT reformers
Same-sex marriages are not recognized in South Korea, but calls for change are beginning.

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Gay Indonesian YouTuber hits out at country's proposed anti-gay laws
Acep Gates, a gay Indonesian YouTuber has hit out at attempts from lawmakers to introduce a bill that would send gay people to 'rehabiliation centres'.

March 22, 2020

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Kakande’s path to gay male sex work in Uganda
Persecution of gay people in Uganda has reached international recognition. Legislation proposed life imprisonment or even death for sex between men. Ugandan newspaper ‘The Rolling Stone’ at one time w...

March 21, 2020

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Scorecard: Mayor Briley made Nashville first Southern city to recognize LGBT-owned businesses.
Here's where things stand today

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Egypt’s Denial of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
The Egyptian government is refusing to recognize the existence of LGBT people, flouting its responsibility to protect the rights of everyone.

March 20, 2020

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Transgender woman hopes job as Park City ski resort greeter helps Utahns connect with LGBTQ community
Standing in her red uniform and sunglasses, Cami Richardson was one of the first people skiers saw this season after riding the cabriolet up to Park City Mountain Resort.

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Ken Ken Milan talks to us about Hong Kong's growing voguing scene
Time Out explores an emerging dance movement that's allowing Hongkongers to dance to the beat of their own drums

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Paul Lisicky's Provincetown: One the Most LGBT-Friendly Place in the US
If you’re lucky in your life, a place, or two, will be offered to you. That place won’t be where you were born or grew up. It will be at some distance, and it will never be yours—you’ll always be a…

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A Message to BTL Readers and the Greater Michigan LGBTQ Community
The message could not be clearer: respond to the COVID-19 crisis by staying home whenever you can, wash your hands frequently and do whatever you can to not spread the virus. But there is also a much ...

March 18, 2020

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How Britain's independent bookshops are rallying to help readers during the Coronavirus crisis
With self-isolation become a reality for many people, indies up and down the country are thinking of new ways to keep us reading. Here's a list to help you find yours.

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The Very Queer, Extremely Relevant Power Of A Good Waistcoat
The last time I was seriously considering the debonair potential of a waistcoat, I was eight and raiding the dress-up box for something pirate-appropriate – striped t-shirt, eye-patch, and kohl mousta...

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As Charleston area gay bars vanish, historian seeks help documenting their heyday
College of Charleston professor Harlan Greene is working with other researchers to document LGBTQ history in Charleston. 

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Argentine television gets its first transgender news anchor
Diana Zurco did not attend her high school graduation because she refused to receive a diploma with her birth name. At 17 and considered a boy by school officials, she grew her hair long and adopted t...

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Flamenco Dancers Who ‘Move Between Genders’
Manuel Liñán’s “Viva!” represents something new to mainstream flamenco audiences: a frank and joyful expression of gay identity.

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Cook County judicial candidate hopes to become Illinois’ first transgender judge in state history
For years, Chicago attorney Jill Rose Quinn has wanted to be a judge. 

March 17, 2020

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A life in hiding: Kabul’s gay community driven underground
Hundreds of people live similar lives throughout the country. Often in arranged marriages, they have secret same-sex partners, but are always afraid to be found out.

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Lesbian officers sue Michigan corrections department for discrimination
Michelle Wood and Loretta Smith, a gay couple in their 50s, said they faced discrimination and retaliation by the Michigan Department of Corrections.

March 16, 2020

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A very queer and very vibrant art scene is thriving across Mexico
Unlike Puerto Vallarta, Chiapas is a less familiar state among tourists travelling to Mexico but San Cristóbal de las Casas is the perfect location to discover Chiapa’s natural beauty, vegetarian Mexi...

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Duluth's Kathy Hermes fights for youth, LGBTQIA2S+ rights
“Wherever she goes, she tries to make space for everyone to feel safe, and that’s life-saving.”

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'I pushed being gay deep down inside me' - Eurovision hopeful Lesley Roy
It's almost difficult to remember now the years when Ireland had to struggle not to win the Eurovision. We tried everything from Charlie McGettigan to Niamh Kavanagh but for years nothing seemed to wo...

March 15, 2020

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LGBT tours of National Museum Wales in Cardiff aim to reveal secrets
The gallery will be telling the once taboo tales behind its great works.

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Moscow's first queer dance festival challenges homophobia
In a dance studio tucked away off a Moscow side street, a couple dozen people are working on their tango. While the footwork is their focus, the dancers also have a wider aim: They are part of the Rus...

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Meet The Queer Activist Teaching Sex Ed to LGBTQ Appalachian Youth
"Bad sex education for queer kids it's so violent and erasing and makes kids in rural places feel even more isolated."

March 14, 2020

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How This Lesbian Couple Cared for the First AIDS Patients in Salt Lake City
Kristin Ries and Maggie Snyder met and fell in love while caring for people living with HIV in Salt Lake City. Here, they tell the story of the early epidemic in a very religious town.

March 13, 2020

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The New Gay Bar With a Garden Setting in the Arts District Debuts in March
Eduardo Cordova’s The Garden also launches its brunch in May

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‘It’s Degrading.’ Transgender Youth Targeted in Dozens of Bills Across America
Lawmakers have introduced a number of anti-transgender measures this year, from criminalizing those who prescribe hormone therapy to banning transgender athletes from sports teams.

March 12, 2020

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Capital Pride mum on proposed new parade route
The Capital Pride Alliance, the organization that sponsors D.C.’s annual Capital Pride Parade, Festival and other Pride-related events, has confirmed that it submitted to the city last week a “final p...

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Qmmunity: Austin’s Queer Community Feels Effects of SXSW Cancellation: Now's the time show local support however you can

March 11, 2020

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New exhibit at Bradbury-Sullivan weaves a story of feminism, gender equality
>Allentown's Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Center hosts a new exhibit of fiber arts dedicated to feminism.

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5 Budgeting Tips for Newly Married Gay Couples
In order for this to go as painlessly as possible, take a look at some of the best budgeting tips for the two of you.

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Kelly Zimmerman wins Dallas' Stoli Key West Cocktail Classic
Round-Up Saloon bartender Kelly Zimmerman claimed the title of Gold winner and champion in the North Texas round of the Stoli Key West Cocktail Classic, and will represent Dallas in the 2020 Pride Wee...

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Exploring The Bylanes Of Gender And Sexuality In Indian Culture
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth are at a greater risk for depression, suicide, substance use, and sexual behaviours that can place them at increased risk for HIV and other STDs.

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Andy Warhol's wigs will go on display at the Tate Modern in London
Three of Warhol's hairpieces will go on display for the first time in the UK at the Tate Modern in London.

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It’s Reigning Queens as Drag Thrives in Boston
Sashay your way to a glittery good time this spring: The business of drag is booming in Boston. Check out drag bingo, story hour at the BPL, and more.

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Andy Warhol: Why the great Pop artist thought ‘Trump is sort of cheap’
During last year’s Super Bowl, 100 million US viewers were treated to a most unexpected sight in one of the commercial breaks. It was Andy Warhol doing nothing more than taking bites out of a Burger K...

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New online LGBT platform Out and About Curaçao
The Curaçao Pride organization has launched a new website, www.outandaboutcuracao.com. This website is the successor to t...

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Meet Joe Cox, President/CEO Of The Museum Of Discovery And Science
Joe Cox has been fascinated with museums for as long as he can remember. Growing up in London, Cox made it a point to visit every nearby natural history museum. Years later, in 2012, when he landed th...

March 10, 2020

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More Popular at the Met than on Grindr
Don’t say you’ve never noticed before. If you want to look at penises, few places match a museum. That’s the premise behind the new two-hour “Unhung Heroes” tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, run...

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Record numbers attend Britain's biggest LGBT sporting event
Organisers of the biggest LGBT sporting event in the UK have hailed the tournament a great success with record numbers attending. More than 400 rugby players and supporters, plus an army of volunteers...

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Black LGBTQ people of faith have been forced into the shadows for far too long
For too long, Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) people of faith have been forced into the shadows in some communities.

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This Interactive Map Visualizes the Queer Geography of 20th-Century America
Mapping the Gay Guides visualizes local queer spaces' evolution between 1965 and 1980

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Tel Aviv’s Gay Beach, Dog Beach, and Orthodox Beach
Hilton Beach, one of the world’s 10 hottest beaches according to the American website GayCities, developed spontaneously.

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'Orlando' art exhibition showcases ongoing fascination with Woolf's gender-change novel
One of the most famous scenes in Sally Potter’s 1992 film, “Orlando,” contains many of the themes that have kept the story relevant for generations of artists.

March 09, 2020

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Transphobia Is Everywhere in Britain
It’s a respectable bigotry, on the left as well as the right.

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Flame on! Queer comedy series celebrates its two-year anniversary
It’s the hottest show in town! A queer comedy showcase based in Kings County will celebrate its second anniversary with a stacked benefit show at the Bell House on March 12. “Open Flame,” from hosts P...

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Pilgrim Pride LGBTQ+ event shows its colors
>At 16, she came out as a lesbian and severed the ponytail as well as her ties to heterosexuality. But her mother wasn’t so sure.

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Rainbow murals could brighten Madison streets under new proposal
If enough donations are secured, the program would install pride flag markings at four pedestrian crossings of the Capital City Trail by Monona Terrace and between the two pedestrian crosswalks

March 08, 2020

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Glamour and equality in Thailand at world's top transgender pageant
After her friends were killed in transphobic attacks at home in Brazil, Ariella Moura's aim was to make a statement against gender discrimination on Saturday at the world's top transgender pageant in ...

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Why DC Harry Potter fans joined in denouncing J.K. Rowling
The author angered transgender people and others when she supported anti-trans comments.

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How the Philadelphia Networking Events Scene Is Changing
As someone who goes to 20 Philadelphia networking events a month, I’ve seen how great our scene is here. But is it losing what once made it so great?

March 07, 2020

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Column: Midwest has shown it’s ready for transgender rights
Midwesterners are ready to protect transgender rights — if lawmakers could listen.In recent weeks, then-presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg twice made headlines as videos surfaced of him making d...

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6 Questions for GLAAD COO Rich Ferraro
Ex-MTV exec to share LGBTQ audience data at CultureX Conversations March 25

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Judge sides with transgender Alaska librarian in health case
An Alaska health care plan that has excluded coverage of gender-confirming surgery for transgender employees is discriminatory, a federal judge ruled Friday. 

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Grassroots groups help LGBTQ people survive — and thrive — in Appalachia
In the mountainous and relatively conservative Eastern region of the United States, the work of local queer organizations can be lifesaving.

March 06, 2020

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These LGBTQ+ Candidates Made History On Super Tuesday
Super Tuesday is obviously a divisive day for the presidential election, with 14 states voting in their primaries. But it’s a big day for down ballot elections, too. Five states — Alabama, Arkansas, C...

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Torontonians fighting to keep popular bar in The Village from being replaced by condos
"This will take away not only our spaces to feel safe, but take away jobs for artists who live off of performing every night."

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Former Congressman Aaron Schock Comes Out as Gay
The Illinois lawmaker was infamous for opposing same-sex marriage and the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell” and his anti-LGBT voting record

March 05, 2020

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Provincetown’s Unique LGBTQ Culture Will Come Alive in 2020
The town on the tip of Cape Cod has welcomed the most interesting personalities around the world for decades, and this year is no exception.

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LGBTQ Candidates Had an Estimated 30 Wins on Super Tuesday
The 2020 election could be a major year for LGBTQ women in politics.

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How a Dating App Helped a Generation of Chinese Come Out of the Closet
Blued, one of the biggest gay dating apps in the world, has succeeded because it plays by the ever-shifting rules for L.G.B.T.Q. China — bringing together a minority community without activism.

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‘Queer Lives Are At Stake’: New York Could Be the First State to Decriminalize Sex Work
It was 2 a.m. and Joselyn Castillo was walking in the cold with her brother, rushing to pick up…

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Gay Men Are Getting Into Cucking
Searches for "gay cuck" have jumped up 400 percent over the last year – but how does a fetish based on ideas of patriarchal ownership work in a non-heterosexual context?

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How Social Media Fucked Up Lesbian Breakup Culture
Breakups are so often garbage and hard, and managing the social media that surrounds it is just another gross layer that makes them even more garbage and even harder.

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Here's how Cincinnati universities rank on LGBT friendliness
The Campus Pride Index released its latest rankings of college and universities based on whether they create an inclusive atmosphere for LGBT students, and some local institutions scored high marks.

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How an elite amateur enjoyed success, but never comfort, as a gay man in golf
John Brooks found out that golf is hard enough, without trying to navigate its culture as a gay man.

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Metro Detroit Twins Star In 'Pray The Gay Away' At Baldwin Theatre In Royal Oak
Twin brothers Zack and Michael Zakar began to realize they were gay in high school in Oak Park, but it wasn't until a rumor went around when they were 16, says Zack, that they came out to each other. ...

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The National Gay Wedding Association Announces Ground-breaking LGBTQ+ Inclusive Awareness Conference: #ShareTheLove
The National Gay Wedding Association (NGWA), the only professional association dedicated to cultivating partnerships with LGBTQ+ inclusive wedding vendors, is pleased to announce its first-ever LGBTQ+...

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