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Singer/Songwriter Donovan Holden Releases New Album, A Brighter Day
A Ohio native, Donovan Holden, began early on to write his own songs, in notebooks, vastly influence bu the radio tunes of the time: country, soul, rock n’ roll, pop, blues, jazz, gospel, and sacred music, which all seemingly co-existed together before the days of heavily formatted radio.
July 13, 2019
   #GayLA
   #QueerLatinx
   #LGBTPolitics
Giovanni’s Room and the Fate of LGBT Bookstores in a Dying Industry
Among the first four LGBT bookstores in this country, only Giovanni’s Rooms in Philadelphia remains.
July 11, 2019
   #GayPhilly
   #GayBooks
   #GayLocalNews
Interview: Hong Kong transgender doctor on discrimination in the workplace
Andie Wu speaks out about the challenges of navigating the Hong Kong workplace as a transgender individual and the importance of gender recognition
July 11, 2019
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   #Diversity
   #GayWork
   #Transgender
Pride Journey: Providence, Rhode Island
Being a proud gay journalist, I’ve travelled to dozens of pride events around the world. From São Paulo to Nashville, I’ve seen just about everything. But, the one thing I had never seen was a night-time parade. That all changed in Providence. Yes…Providence, Rhode Island!
July 10, 2019
  
   #GayTravel
How Amazon’s Twitch protects its LGBT community from online harassment
Livestreaming platform Twitch is working to carve out a safer space for its users. It’s particularly mindful of its minority members.
July 09, 2019
   #Gaymer
'Shout queer!' The museums bringing LGBT artifacts out of the closet
From Michelangelo’s David to a Hindu deity, cultural institutions are digging into their vaults to display once-hidden objects of same-sex desire and gender nonconformity
July 09, 2019
   #GayLondon
  
   #LGBTHistory
Taiwan's marriage law brings frustration and hope for LGBT China
Public acceptance is improving, but in some cases Chinese authorities are moving in the other direction
July 06, 2019
   #GayChina
   #MarriageEquality
Pride Power List: Sir Ian McKellen and Munroe Bergdorf among top 100 celebrated LGBT+ people
On Saturday 6 July, the capital commemorates Pride in London – celebrating the lives, achievements, history and future of the LGBT+ community.
July 06, 2019
   #GayLondon
   #GayPride
   #GayWorldNews
My Brother, Don Zarda, Was Fired After Revealing He Was Gay
Don Zarda died before his discrimination case reached the Supreme Court. His sister and his partner have kept the case moving on his behalf.
July 02, 2019
   #LGBTPolitics
Why 'Before Stonewall' Was Such a Hard Movie to Make
Making a landmark documentary about LGBTQ Americans before 1969 meant digging through countless archives to find traces of a forgotten subculture.
July 01, 2019
   #GayNYC
   #GayFilm
   #LGBTHistory
‘Everybody Ain’t Surfing This Rainbow Wave’: Why Divisions Endure in Gay Rights
In the 50 years since Stonewall, many strides have been made. But for gay people of color, the battle for equal rights isn’t over.
July 01, 2019
   #GayNYC
   #QPOC
   #LGBTHistory
Filmmaker Nicole Conn World Premieres “More Beautiful for Having Been Broken”
Multiple-Award winning filmmaker, Nicole Conn is world premiering her brand new film, “More Beautiful For Having Been Broken” at Frameline.
June 24, 2019
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   #GayFilm
   #GayMovies
   #Lesbian
How a Self-Taught Art Curator Became a Gay Rights Champion
‘I had no vision at all,’ said Charles W. Leslie, who co-founded the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art 50 years ago. ‘It had to do with some vague concept of gay liberation.’
June 24, 2019
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   #LGBTHistory
"Art After Stonewall" and the Promise of Queer Photography
Joan E. Biren’s images from the ’70s and ’80s—which appear in the new exhibit “Art After Stonewall”—reflect an effort to document and encourage lesbian love.
June 24, 2019
   #GayNYC
  
   #GayArt
LGBT-friendly bars to drink at in New Orleans: Gambit's Big Bar Guide 2019
Somewhere under the rainbow.
June 24, 2019
   #GayNOLA
   #GayBars
   #GayLocalNews
Pride Month 2019: The best LGBTQ+ arts and theatre events this Pride in London
It's 50 years this month since members of the queer community in New York rose up to fight for their rights after a police raid on their favourite drinking hole, the Stonewall Inn.
June 24, 2019
   #GayLondon
   #GayPride
   #GayEvents
Gay Pride parade engulfs Sao Paulo despite unease over Brazil's conservative turn
One of the world's largest LGBT Pride parades took center stage in Sao Paulo on Sunday with the carnivalesque festivities tinged with unease over Brazil's conservative political climate under President Jair Bolsonaro. Bolsonaro, a right-wing former military officer who was elected president last year, has a long history of homophobic, racist and chauvinist remarks.
June 24, 2019
   #GayBrazil
   #GayPride
   #GayEvents
Stories of Stonewall: How the LGBTQ rebellion left a legacy
“How could anyone have imagined that going out for a night would end up being history?”
June 24, 2019
   #GayNYC
   #LGBTHistory
Kendra Walker: Fighting For Women of Color
As someone who didn't find many safe places for queer women of color, Kendra Walker took the fight into her own hands and created Lesbians of Color. This is her story.
June 22, 2019
   #GayHouston
   #QPOC
   #GayLocalNews
Popular LGBT bar closing as downtown Las Vegas rents rise
The longest continually running LGBT bar in Las Vegas closes Saturday, three weeks into Pride month. Bastille on 3rd, or Snick’s Place, has been open since 1976.
June 22, 2019
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   #GayPride
   #GayLocalNews
Identity's Phyllis Rhodes: The Grande Dame of the Anchorage gay community 
I’m having a beer with my friend Phyllis Rhodes. Scratch that. I am fan-girling on Phyllis Rhodes because she let me buy her a beer. A gay icon in this city. I don’t just say that to blow smoke up her skirt: I’ve always recognized Phyllis as a mentor. The Grande Dame of the Anchorage gay community. A very passionate leader and an activist. Is activist the right word? Stay tuned.
June 22, 2019
   #GayAlaska
  
   #GayLocalNews

YouTuber Eugene Lee Yang Comes Out as Gay in Emotional Dance Video

"I promise to give my full truth in the rest of my life's work."
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June 17, 2019

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   #Gaysian
   #GayMovies
Denver PrideFest 2019: Thousands march in parade marking 50th anniversary of Stonewall
Thousands of people gathered in downtown Denver on Sunday morning to watch the Denver Pride Parade that marched from Cheesman Park down Colfax Avenue to the steps of the rainbow-flag-emblazoned capitol building.
June 17, 2019
   #GayDenver
   #GayPride
   #GayEvents
Top Gear sprays LGBT pride flag on cars used in Brunei filming
Motoring show makes gesture after hearing of country’s threat to punish gay sex with death by stoning
June 17, 2019
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   #GayWheels



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