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November 23, 2017

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US embassy in Yerevan reaffirms its commitment to support rights of LGBT Armenians
Great seeing continuous public support for LGBT rights by the US embassy in Yerevan and personally by US ambassador to Armenia Richar

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Mic drop: podcasts highlight Latino, black and LGBT voices in North Texas | Denton County
Halfway through the taping, the hosts begin to turn on one another.The talents behind De Colores Radio, Don't Do BS Radio and Cabrona

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Triton’s LGBT Student Group ‘Common Ground’ Receives OPALGA Founders Award
Triton College's gay-straight alliance student group, Common Ground, and Oak Park-River Forest High School's A Place for All received the 2017 Oak Park Area Lesbian and Gay Association (OPALGA) Founde...

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LGBT Institute aims to ensure diverse voices across Southern states get heard
"A key goal for the Institute is to amplify the voices of those most vulnerable and serve as a nexus for LGBTQ research in the South."

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Equality California Honors Palm Springs LGBT Civil Rights Trio
For their leadership in the fight to advance LGBT civil rights and social justice, Equality California recently honored a Palm Springs trio.

November 22, 2017

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Inner Peace
Shanti is a Sanskrit word meaning inner peace, and is reflective of the approach The Phoenix Shanti Group has taken to promoting personal empowerment and maintaining independence and dignity within th...

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Pusch Appointed Interim Director of LGBT Resource Center
Rob Pusch, associate director for Project Advance, has been appointed interim director of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center. Pusch’s appointment comes on the heel...

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Romania Gay Marriage Case Could Have Outsize Impact in Europe
The case addresses whether the American husband of a Romanian man should be afforded residency rights in Romania. But its impact could be felt further afield.

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Victims of Canada’s ‘Gay Purge’ to Get Apology from Trudeau
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will apologize next week for a program that removed perhaps thousands of gays and lesbians from the public service, the military and the Mounties.

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Homeless LGBT People Face a Unique Set of Challenges
So it's good news that schemes like The Outside Project – whose founder we spoke to – exist.

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Robin Meets... Steven Smith, Mr BEARFEST 2017
The 4th Annual BEARFEST 2017 will be taking place from 8 to 11 December 2017 at the “Castle Inn Resort, Plot 14, Boekenhoutskloof, Cullinan in South Africa. In amongst the packed schedule is the...

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’Tis The Season | 2017
There’s a holiday performance to suit every taste from classical to contemporary and humorous to heartfelt. Here's our Top 10.

November 21, 2017

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What Should a Gay Dad Teach His Daughters During This Period of Reckoning Around Sexual Abuse?
What, during this awful season of reckoning about sexual harassment and assault, should two gay dads impart to their just-turned teenage daughters about male aggression?

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Introducing My Parents To My Boyfriend Meant Introducing Them To Me
It’s one thing to know your son is gay — it’s another to see the proof.

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Men With Muscles and Money Are More Attractive to Straight Women and Gay Men—Showing Gender Roles Aren't Progressing
Muscles and money are qualities that straight women and gay men typically find attractive in men, according to an analysis of TubeCrush—a website where people post unsolicited pictures of men se...

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What's it like being LGBT in Turkey? Share your stories
LGBTI events have been banned in Turkey. If you’re in the country, we’d like you to share your reaction and experiences

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KMC-Chat with Bella da Ball
The second episode of KMC-Chat! Keith sits down with Bella da Ball/Brian Wanzek at the Ace Hotel before her weekly Trivia show and chats about how "Bella" came

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Americans Aren’t As Divided As You Think
I spent a year traveling throughout Red America. To my liberal friends, don’t worry: It was just fine.

November 20, 2017

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LGBTQ Parents Are Back At It Again
“I can understand why people do a double take on our family.”

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Thousands celebrate in Rio's gay pride parade on Copacabana
Thousands of revelers danced on Copacabana beach Sunday to celebrate Rio de Janeiro's annual gay pride parade despite deep funding cuts by the city.

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Nigerian and gay: dodging police and the Yahoo Boys
It was a life-changing moment for Daniels when five police officers in Nigeria's biggest city, Lagos, locked him in the back of a van two years ago. Legislation against gay marriage and same-sex unio...

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Gay-Straight Alliances in Rural High Schools Important But Still Controversial
People who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and others of minority sexual orientations and gender identities (LGBT+) have a unique and challenging reality. The population has long endured legis...

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Denver's Colfax Avenue is jammed with history, freaks, neon. Its champion is an Elvis impersonator, of course
Elvis impersonator Donny Barber has spent the last 14 years chronicling the history of Denver's Colfax Street, collecting thousands of artifacts that he's now moving from his basement into the new Col...

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Turkey bans LGBT activism in capital city Ankara, citing 'public security' and 'sensitivities'
A statement from the office seemed to suggest the ban was for LGBT citizens’ own good, as the government claimed gay rights events could evoke dangerous cultural clashes.

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Priest is building a bridge between church and LGBT community
In a church known for shipping provocative priests to a figurative gulag, James Martin has willingly stuck his neck out.

November 19, 2017

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VIDEO: Richard Skipper Celebrates December 3, 2017
Richard Skipper Celebrates December 3, 2017 at the Laurie Beechman Theater, NYC with Kathryn Crosby

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Ed and Andy Moses Announced as Art Palm Springs 2018 Artists of the Year
Art Palm Springs proudly announces pioneering Southern California artists, Ed Moses and Andy Moses, as its 2018 Artists of the Year.

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Famous And Beloved Celebrities To Be Focus Of Numerous Events At Just Fabulous
Fame, Beauty and Celebrity Intrigue are the focus of several author events in December at Just Fabulous.

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VIDEO: Gay pride fills Buenos Aires streets
Thousands of people march through the streets of Buenos Aires in celebration of the 26th annual pride parade. 

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Jacksonville’s Youth Crisis Center to add area’s first LGBTQ emergency shelter
About 60 percent of the Jacksonville’s homeless youth population are LGBTQ — lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning — compared to the national rate of 40 percent, accordi...

November 18, 2017

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Governor-Elect Ralph Northam Announces Transition Committee
Today, Governor-elect Ralph Northam announced his bipartisan Transition Committee, consisting of Virginians from across the Commonwealth who will join him over the course of the next two months to lay...

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HRC Launches 2018 CEI in Phoenix Nov. 9
Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin addresses press conference attendees at the Nov. 9 launch of HRC’s annual Corporate Equality Index (CEI) at Phoenix City Hall. Photo by Bill Gemmill....

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The Bodyguard
Deborah Cox is best known for her double platinum “Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here,” which held the record for the longest running No. 1 R&B Single for 14 consecutive weeks, but Gra...

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Burly Canadian 'Mermen' Appear In Charity Calendar
An assortment of burly, bearded Canadian men have assembled to appear in a new “merman” themed charity calendar. The guys, all members of the Newfoundland & Labrador Bea...

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Baltimore's New Alt-Weekly Isn't Just Like Its Old One
When Baltimore lost its 40-year-old newspaper, former staffers scrambled to start a brand-new one—in print, no less.

November 17, 2017

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Empowering LGBT gala serves up inspiration for Dallas' society set
Black Tie Dinner raised money for its Dallas beneficiaries through a cocktail hour, seated dinner, and after-party.

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F.A.C.E. Awards honor Houston's LGBT community
Among those in attendance: Stephanie Rice, recently seen on "The Voice"; Derrick Shore of "Houston Life TV; and Bobby Brooks, the first openly gay student body president of Texas A&M University.

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Paris to open an LGBT archive centre in 2020
Move spurred by recent success of 120 Beats per Minute film about Aids activism in 1990s

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Most Admired CEOs: Lisa Howe, Nashville LGBT Chamber of Commerce
Get to know Most Admired CEO winner Lisa Howe

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Ohio health center debuts LGBT magazine

November 16, 2017

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The HIV League presents, a World AIDS Day event, The League of Queens!
On Friday, December 1st, The HIV League is looking to celebrate this World AIDS Day in response to how the national HIV Community continues to thrive. What better way to do that than to go to cute, go...

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Australia’s Curious Path to Legalizing Gay Marriage
A public opinion survey pointing to approval for same-sex marriage is being celebrated and criticized, even among gay couples demanding equality.

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Gay Times editor sacked after anti-Semitic and sexist tweets discovered 
The editor of the Gay Times has been fired just weeks after taking up the role after anti-Semitic and misogynistic tweets were uncovered.

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SAGE Metro Detroit Takes Trainings on Improving Care for LGBT Older Adults Outstate
SAGE (Services & Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Elders) Metro Detroit was recently awarded a $400,000 grant from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund. The grant will fund a two-...

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Feds say rainbow crosswalks in Kentucky pose safety hazard
A rainbow-colored crosswalk honoring the LGBT community in Lexington, Kentucky, is a distracting safety hazard and should be removed, a federal official says.

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Sparkle, Glitter, GLSEN - Echo Magazine
The third annual Sparkle, Glitter, GLSEN, a silent auction and awards ceremony hosted by Olivia Gardens, will take place Nov. 16 at the Heard Museum.

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Beers & Bears Presents Post-Thanksgiving Party With MegaWoof America
Calling all Beards, Bears, Cubs, Otters, Pup’s and Wolves! Shane Tate and Beers & Bears take over both floors of the Ritz Bar & Lounge in New York City to bring to you a very specia...

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Pride Travel Does Curacao Pride
Drew Lewis from Pride Travel recently attended Curacao Pride and this is his report: Curacao as an island that is home to a diverse population of people who speak a diverse number of languages. A...

November 15, 2017

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This Queer Artist's Colorful Portraits of Men Are Stunning
Christian Cimoroni is a 28 year old queer artist and illustrator from Columbus, Ohio whose specialty is creating absolutely beautiful portraits. His talent for capturing the male form has garnered him...

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Arielle & Vinny Explore Toronto
Toronto has an incredible history with the LGBT community, going back decades to when the area affectionately known as “The Village”, centered at Church and Wellesley, was the focal poi&he...

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Review: 'It Takes Two...' at Gay Men's Chorus of Washington DC
The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC has just offered the DC Metro Theatre Region an alternately wistful, romantic, and humorous cabaret review entitled It Takes Two…. Presented at the ...

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12 young, queer Australians on the gay marriage vote
The country historically voted to legalise gay marriage - we photographed a dozen young LGBT Australians about what it means to them

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Casa Ruby Is Making a Home for Displaced LGBT Youth
Watch runway shows from the hottest fashion designers, scope the best dressed celebrities on the red carpet street style, discover the latest and greatest beauty products to maintain a healthy glow, a...

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The ABC's Of LGBT Language For Writers And Editors
An abundance of LGBT writing, themes, and content has emerged on the popular scene along with an expanded vocabulary. Our presenter Janet Williams will teach writers and editors about the fast-changin...

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Same-sex marriage postal survey: 'Yes' camp settles in for party to remember
Jubilant Melburnians gathered at Trades Hall on Wednesday night to celebrate the same-sex marriage postal survey result.

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Migrant, Refugee, Gay: You’re All Welcome at This Table
Masha Gessen, a visiting professor at Amherst, tells why, on this Thanksgiving, her annual ritual of hosting strangers is more important and more difficult.

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Aussies Say `Yes' to Gay Marriage, Paving Way for Law Change
Australia is set to legalize same-sex marriage before the end of the year after voters emphatically backed the move in a nationwide survey.

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Australia Votes for Gay Marriage, Clearing Path to Legalization
“They voted ‘yes’ for fairness, they voted ‘yes’ for commitment, they voted ‘yes’ for love,” said Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Now it’s up to ...

November 14, 2017

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Communtiy Briefs: Media Fellowship to host ‘Art speaks on Gay Rights’
The Media Fellowship House will conclude its six-part series based on George Rothacker’s Social Conflicts in America paintings Nov. 28.

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Harmony chorale brings inspiration to northeastern Colorado
Music and diversity lovers enjoyed a treat Sunday afternoon during a free inspirational concert at Christ United Methodist Church.

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For the first time, Denver City Council marks Transgender Day of Remembrance
Denver's first openly gay City Council member cited positive and negative markers Monday as her colleagues marked Nov. 20 as National Transgender Day of Remembrance.

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How K-State Became One Of The Best Places For LGBT Students In The Country
In the ongoing struggle on college campuses for LGBT equality and acceptance, Kansas State University is an unexpected leader. K-State is best known for

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Russian-American journalist, LGBT advocate speaks at BYU
One of the leading experts on Russia and a pioneer in that country's LGBT community took her message to an unlikely audience in Utah.Masha Gessen spoke to a group of students at Brigham Young Universi...

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Stalled in Congress, LGBT rights advance at the local level
At the U.S. Capitol and in most statehouses nationwide, supporters of LGBT rights are unable to make major gains these days. Instead, they’re notching victories in seemingly unlikely venues, suc...

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Ty and John-David Hit Richmond’s Fire, Flour & Fork
We had the unique pleasure of having two of our LGBT influencers, Ty Autry and John-David Brown, attend this year’s Fire, Flour & Fork culinary event in Richmond, Virginia earlier this mo&he...

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In Guidance To Teachers, Church of England Targets Anti-LGBT Bullying
The 52-page document outlines recommendations for teachers in its nearly 5,000 schools, saying students should "be able to play with the many cloaks of identity."

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LGBT+ community sees outpouring of love at Delhi Queer Pride parade
Many took to the streets of Delhi for the 10th annual Queer Pride parade today.

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LGBT rights and health on the African continent
The recent decriminalization of homosexuality in Mozambique has not made it easier for LGBT advocacy groups to support these populations within the country.

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Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center Receives Rural Health Program of the Year Award from PA Office of Rural Health
In recognition of the development and broad implementation of leading-edge, model health promotion programs to address the severe LGBT tobacco, cancer, HIV, and diabetes disparities, the director of t...

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Transgender Life And Movies Celebrated
Organized by the New Haven Pride Center, a local LGBTQ advocacy nonprofit based out of 84 Orange St., New Haven’s Transgender Awareness Week starts next Monday, Nov. 13, and will feature a varie...

November 13, 2017

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A New Candidate Follows The Blue Wave
This week’s stunning Blue Wave of Democratic election victories across the country, made an ordinarily bland off-year suddenly electrifying. Winning both gubernatorial races, and numerous d...

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Hong Kong has the 2022 Gay Games. Life for China’s LGBTI people may improve at last
I’m glad that Hong Kong won the bid. But governmental attitudes here and in China remain archaic, says Yiu-tung Suen, director of the sexualities research programme at the Chinese University of ...

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This Gay Couple Left Iran For A Better Life. Now They Wonder If It Can Last In America.
Former refugees Ramin Haghjoo and Nima Nia reflect on love and fear in the Age of Trump.

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A ‘Wonderland’ Halloween party for the LGBT community
The queer-centric Halloween shindig zapped guests into a magical world right out of Lewis Carroll or Hans Christian Andersen.

November 12, 2017

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The Curious Case of Rittenhouse’s “No Gay Cruising” Sign
A forgotten-but-not-gone reminder of the time the city tried to stop men looking for other men.

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