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The ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Sequel Is Officially Happening
André Aciman’s follow up ‘Find Me’ will be released this fall.
March 22, 2019
   #GayItaly
   #GayMovies
Revry wants to be the streaming service for and by LGBTQ people
Founded in late 2015, Revry markets itself as the first global LGBTQ streaming app, hosting more 4,000 hours of films, shows, podcasts and music.
March 22, 2019
   #BalticPride
   #QueerLatinx
   #LGBTPolitics
Gay Superheroes and Drag Queens With Superpowers: Comics Are Queerer Than Ever
From Steven Universe to queer works like Spinning and Skim, LGBTQ+ representation is breaking through in comics like never before.
March 22, 2019
   #Gaymer
Pittsburgh Photography Exhibits Say 'We Are All Related'
Andrea London has been a portrait photographer for 30 years. She works from her studio in the heart of Shadyside , where she shoots everyone – individuals
March 22, 2019
   #GayPittsburgh
  
   #GayArt
Trans People Describe Discrimination, Support in the Workplace
The nine people we interviewed describe inadequate health plans and discriminatory facilities, but also moments of extraordinary support.
March 22, 2019
   #Diversity
   #GayWork
   #Transgender
They call me the Drag Queen Whisperer
I was recently dubbed the ‘Drag Queen Whisperer‘ by someone here in Puerto Vallarta. This nickname came about from my many interviews and interactions with drag queens that perform here due to my job. I found this to be hilarious! The Drag Queen Whisperer. I’ll take that.
March 22, 2019
   #DragQueen
   #GayMovies
'Queer Miami' exhibit looks at South Florida's LGBTQ community over the past 100 years
Tied to the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall rebellion, the exhibit looks back at 100 years of crimes and discrimination against Miami’s LGBTQ communities and how they made their voices heard through community development, the gay rights movement and same-sex marriage.
March 20, 2019
   #GayMiami
   #LGBTHistory
The 10 legal hurdles LGBT+ people still face
India and Angola legalised same-sex relations in 2018, while Chad criminalised gay sex
March 20, 2019
   #GayIndia
   #GayWorldNews
Bolingbrook Pride Picnic and Puppies in 2019
Bolingbrook Pride is returning to the Chicago suburbs on June 9th, from noon to 6 pm. What began as a first-time community event last summer is currently in the planning and fundraising stages for an even better experience this year!
March 19, 2019
   #GayChicago
   #GayPride
   #GayEvents
Pete Buttigieg, the young and openly gay Midwest mayor, finds a voice in crowded Democratic presidential field
The Navy veteran with a hard-to-pronounce name, from a city small enough to fit every resident in a college football stadium, seems to be winning the argument at the moment. Weeks after declaring his interest in challenging President Donald Trump, he has become, if not exactly well-known, a subject of interest for many Democratic voters, buoyed by a breakout performance at a CNN town hall on March...
March 18, 2019
  
   #LGBTYouth
   #LGBTPolitics
Dreaming a Dream in Ptown: ‘Where Being Gay Is a Non-Issue’
It’s September in Provincetown, Massachusetts, the cool-crisp calm before the bitter-cold calm: wintertime, when travelers admire the cozy Cape Cod resort town’s frosted beauty beside a fireplace inside a cabin. The iced rich-blue Provincetown Harbor to the southeast, Cape Cod Bay to the south and west, Massachusetts Bay to the northwest
March 16, 2019
   #GayPTown
   #GayTravel
The pride of San Francisco: "I Am Harvey Milk"
The New Mexico Gay Men’s Chorus brings I Am Harvey Milk to New Mexico for the first time on Thursday, March 21, at the Lensic Performing Arts Center. All 60 vocalists in the 38-year-old troupe perform, as well as three soloists: Bill Brooks as Milk, twelve-year-old Allen Dominguez as the young Milk, and soprano Ingela Onstad as a mother/muse figure.
March 16, 2019
   #GayABQ
   #GayTheatre
   #GayMovies
For Trans Angelenos, a Job Fair for Gender-Diverse People Can Be More Than a Place to Find Work
Peyton Ashby went looking for a job—and she found a community
March 16, 2019
   #GayLA
   #QueerLatinx
   #LGBTPolitics
   #Transgender
It's never been better to be LGBT in the Midwest
Samantha Allen, an author and reporter covering LGBT issues, traveled the Midwest recently to learn about our community’s resolve during
March 16, 2019
   #GayRural
   #GayLife
Barry Hoy Explores New York For WorldPride 2019
From brunches to parades, New York Pride offers endless opportunities, but Barry Hoy gives us his four can’t-misses that everyone should experience.
March 16, 2019
   #GayNYC
   #GayPride
   #GayEvents
‘Knife + Heart’ Review: Gay Porn and Murder in ’70s Paris
The film, directed by Yann Gonzalez, is a not-quite-nostalgic evocation of dangerous gay living in the pre-AIDS era.
March 14, 2019
   #GayParis
   #GayFilm
   #GayMovies
How did Dallas’ Oak Lawn community get its start? Curious Texas investigates
...the LGBTQ community migrated to the Cedar Springs area after their downtown Dallas clubs and bars continued to be raided by Dallas police. Gay bars emerged in the area at what is known as The Crossroads -- the intersection at Throckmorton Street and Cedar Springs Road.
March 14, 2019
   #GayDallas
   #GayBars
   #LGBTHistory
Miami Beach Welcomes and Celebrates the LGBTQ Community All Year Long with Specialty Events, Hotel Openings and Destination Experiences
Miami Beach is an award-winning LGBTQ destination filled with spirit and pride offering a multitude of experiences that cater to gay travelers from around the globe. From new, “hetero-friendl…
March 14, 2019
   #GayMiami
   #GayPride
   #GayEvents
Meet Jason Hill: The Creator of Los Angeles' Transgender Career Fair
Hill's approach to building Transcend was decidedly grassroots. Through their efforts, they assembled a wide breadth of 81 participating employers, "plus a waiting list" — from Paramount to UCLA to Starbucks. The event will be held at the Los Angeles Trade Center on March 13 from 1 to 4 PM.
March 13, 2019
   #GayLA
   #QueerLatinx
   #LGBTPolitics
   #Transgender
Photos | Miami Beach's Hotel Gaythering fifth anniversary 'gayla'
Hotel Gaythering is more than a hotel that caters to a gay clientele. It's also one of the hottest gay bars in Miami Beach. So you just know that for their fifth anniversary, the Hotel Gaythering had something fabulous planned. The South Beach destination decided to do a take on the Met Gala, which - in this case - was called a "gayla."The costume party's theme was "Savage Love"...
March 12, 2019
   #GayMiami
   #GayTravel
'The Other Two' is the Gayest Show on TV Right Now
With deep-dive jokes about "Instagays" and straight girls at queer bars, writers Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider are reading gay culture like no other series has before.
March 11, 2019
   #GayTV
   #GayMovies
A Night with the 'Shower Boys' of Paris
In the city's Marais district, naked male strippers take a shower in the middle of a bar.
March 11, 2019
   #GayParis
   #GayLocalNews
A Virginia Commonwealth University professor uses the kudzu vine as a symbol for gay tenacity
After years of researching plants, Aaron McIntosh saw a metaphor in kudzu. Like the invasive vine, gay people across the South have learned to thrive in inhospitable environments.
March 11, 2019
   #GayRVA
   #GayLocalNews
Jacob Tobia: "Gender Is Simple for Nobody"
The nonbinary writer and performer discusses their new memoir, "Sissy."
March 11, 2019
   #GayBooks
   #GayLife
   #Transgender



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