Photo Competition: What Now?
Photo Competition: What Now? Things feel less certain for a lot of people than they did even 3 or 5 or 10 years ago. So what are you going to do about it? What now? What now for you as an individual? What now for your family or community? What now for your place of birth or the place you call home?
May 18, 2018
   #GayArt
'The gym saved my life': How this gay fitness superstar redefined his life after being outed against his will
From Darcy Pierce to Darcy Fierce, one man's journey through homophobia and depression to become his authentic self.
May 18, 2018
   #GayToronto
   #GayFitness
One Orlando Alliance pulls offer to Patricia Todd after tweet implying Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey is gay
The One Orlando Alliance has pulled its offer of employment to Patricia Todd, who was set to become executive director, after she sent a tweet implying Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey is gay.
May 18, 2018
   #GayFlorida
   #GayLocalNews
'Prince & Knight' Puts A Gay-Inclusive Twist On Traditional Fairy Tales
Daniel Haack's picture book is the first release in a major GLAAD effort for kids.
May 18, 2018
   #LGBTYouth
   #GayParents
Target quietly removes a t-shirt from its website after being accused of 'stealing the art of a gay Mexican artist'
On Tuesday, artist Felix d'Eon‏ accused Target of "stealing" one of his designs and putting it on a t-shirt. "Is this how you support the queer Latinx community, @Target, by stealing the art of a gay Mexican artist.
May 18, 2018
   #GayMexico
   #GayArtist
   #GayWorldNews
Cuba's LGBT community pins its hopes on new president
Cuba's LGBT community pins its hopes on new president.
May 18, 2018
   #GayCaribbean
   #GayLocalNews
'Full equality': how Netherlands is pointing the way for Australia on LGBT rights
Fight for social acceptance moves from nuptials to classrooms as world marks IDAHOBIT – the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia
May 18, 2018
   #GayAustralia
  
   #GayWorldNews
Push for LGBT rights in Missouri clears one hurdle
For the first time since it was first introduced in 1998, a bill providing discrimination protections for LGBT Missourians passed out of a Missouri House committee. But that's likely as far as it will get this year.
May 18, 2018
   #GayStLouis
   #GayLocalNews
Connecticut recruiting LGBT families to adopt, foster kids
Connecticut’s child welfare agency has launched an initiative to actively recruit members of the state’s LGBT community to become foster and adoptive parents, bucking recent efforts in some states to curtail gay adoptions.
May 18, 2018
   #GayNewHaven
   #GayParents
LGBTQ Publisher, Journalist and Pioneer Mark Segal Donates Collection to National Museum of American History
Donation Includes Stonewall-Era Objects and Artifacts From the First Gay Pride Celebration - The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History will receive a donation from Mark Segal—publisher, activist, journalist, civil rights pioneer and national LGBTQ leader— documenting his almost 50-year career in LGBTQ activism from Stonewall to today.
May 18, 2018
   #GayPhilly
   #LGBTHistory
New frontier for gay rights: Bias and bullying in senior housing
The Merion, an Evanston senior living community, recently became the first in the state to achieve the top lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender competency credential, a move that reflects a growing awareness of the challenges facing LGBT elders in senior housing.
May 18, 2018
   #LGBTSeniors
Art in Anthony
Courtesy of Fat Stache Studio, June 2018 Web Exclusive. Local artist Marisa Hall Valdez has made the Valley her home for nearly 20 years, but the first 21 years of her life were forged on the outskirts of El Paso, Texas, in the town of Anthony. 
May 18, 2018
   Echo Magazine
   #GayPhoenix
   #GayArt
Sprawling epic of gay life The Inheritance to transfer to West End
Matthew Lopez’s sold-out two-part play at the Young Vic will move to the Noël Coward Theatre in September
May 16, 2018
   #GayLondon
   #GayTheatre
   #GayMovies
Cinelife Entertainment Shines a Spotlight on Prestigious Doc “To A More Perfect Union: US V. Windsor”
Poignant documentary “To a More Perfect Union: U.S. V. Windsor” is set for an expansive U.S. Theatrical rollout in June 2018 as the Second documentary feature under Spotlight Cinema Network’s event…
May 16, 2018
   #GayFilm
   #GayMovies
Lebanon's gay pride week brought to halt after crackdown
Lebanon's beleaguered gay pride week was cancelled a couple of days into the celebrations after its organizer was briefly detained, he and his lawyer said Tuesday. Lebanon became the first Arab country to celebrate gay pride last year. In the conservative region, homosexuality is illegal in most countries and punishable under a number of vaguely worded laws that often cite debauchery or public dec...
May 16, 2018
   #GayMiddleEast
   #GayPride
   #GayEvents
Florida’s first openly-LGBT Latino lawmaker to keynote TBBJ's Business of Pride
Business of Pride was designed to honor Bay area companies and leaders who are advancing LGBTQ+ equality in the workplace.
May 16, 2018
   #GayTampa
   #LGBTBiz
LGBT PrideFest is Saturday at Snug Harbor Cultural Center
"This is the time for our LGBT Community to stand up and show our pride in ourselves."
May 16, 2018
   #GayNYC
   #GayPride
   #GayEvents
Maryland becomes 11th state to ban conversion therapy for LGBT youth as Gov. Hogan signs bill
Maryland became the 11th state to ban conversion therapy for LGBT youth on Tuesday as Gov. Larry Hogan signed legislation passed earlier this year. He gave one of the ceremonial bill-signing pens to Del. Meagan Simonaire, a Republican who came out as bisexual and urged colleagues to pass the bill.
May 16, 2018
   #GayBaltimore
   #LGBTYouth
   #GayLocalNews
China’s LGBT groups cautioned against Western political agenda
Every year on May 17, which is International Day against Homophobia, Cindy (pseudonym) and her peers at a Guangzhou-based LGBT group hold some sort of activity in the city, usually on university campuses.
May 16, 2018
   #GayChina
   #Gaysian
   #GayWorldNews
LGBT Older Adults to be Celebrated on May 16 During ’National Honor Our LGBT Elders Day’
Wednesday, May 16
May 16, 2018
   #GayBaltimore
   #LGBTSeniors
   #GayErotica
Why a Tech CEO Toured the South With the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus
Supporting a cause you believe in should mean more than just writing a check.
May 16, 2018
   #GaySF
   #GayMusic
   #GayMovies
'Mattachine' podcast recounts essential gay history, including a Chicago society's pioneering role
Chicagoan Devlyn Camp is host and producer of the 10-episode "Mattachine" podcast, which charts gay history in Chicago and across the United States.
May 16, 2018
   #GayChicago
   #LGBTHistory
Are elite sportswomen changing what coming out looks like?
Social media has allowed athletes to have control over the visibility of their sexuality
May 16, 2018
  
   #GayLife
   #Lesbian
Pride Center of Vermont 20th Annual Community Celebration
The Pride Center of Vermont is about to hold a party 20 years in the making! Its 20th annual community celebration is in just a few days. Rex Butt, the center's interim executive director, joined Megan Carpenter on Local 44 Morning Brew to fill you in on the details.
May 16, 2018
  
   #GayPride
   #GayLocalNews


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