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February 24, 2018

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Harlem + Bespoke: Meet the LGBT Life & Langston
Friday, March 2nd , 6:00pm - 8:30PM,  The LGBT Life & Langston Program & Reception at the Langston Hughes House, 20 East 127th Street
5 hours ago

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‘I want to make sure my children don’t feel different:’ A community for Petaluma LGBT parents
From play dates to support to resources, a Petaluma woman helped create North Bay LGBTQI Families.
7 hours ago

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The Iceman Cometh Out
One of Marvel’s X-Men, Iceman, has finally accepted that he is gay in a comic book series that is breaking new ground for the genre.
7 hours ago

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When this grandfather came out as gay at age 95, two brothers grabbed the camera
Documenting the family's response to a bombshell revelation, Brandon and Skyler Gross create 'On My Way Out,' a stirring film that opened the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival
7 hours ago

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All-Women's Resort in Fort Myers is Home to 500+ Lesbians, Homes Now Available
The Resort on Carefree Boulevard in Fort Myers provides a lifestyle where you can be you. The resort features a 10,000 square foot clubhouse, pool, hot tub, tennis court, shuffleboard court, pickle ba...
7 hours ago

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Georgia Senate advances adoption bill called anti-LGBT
The Georgia Senate has passed a bill that would allow adoption agencies receiving taxpayer funding to refuse to work with same-sex couples.
8 hours ago

February 23, 2018

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Why the LGBT Community Is Launching Its Own Cryptocurrency
The LGBT Foundation announced a new cla-ss of digital token, aimed at harnessing the purchasing power of the gay community.

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Jiundo Akash bringing LGBT voices to stage
Jiundo Akash (The Living Sky), a solo act performance by Anil Subha, which depicts the coming-of-age story of a transgender woman is coming back on stage from February 23 at the Sarwanam Theatre, Kali...

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KAT VON D Beauty Celebrates Self-Expression and Positivity with KAT VON D x DIVINE Collection
The KAT VON D x DIVINE Collection is a symbol of self-expression, artistry and positivity, celebrating Divine, the beauty of a true original. Divine is an iconic drag queen and entertainer, and one of...

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New York City Gay Men’s Chorus Celebrates 10 Years Of Their Popular Big Gay Sing-along Extravaganza
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February 22, 2018

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Vermont governor hopeful: Being transgender offers perspective
A transgender woman hoping to become the Vermont Democratic gubernatorial candidate said she’s seeking the nomination because of her status as a business leader, not her status as transgender.

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Why Are There No Gay Bars in Santa Fe?
A gay traveler finds unexpected treasures in New Mexico's capital — which do not include go-go boys.

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11 Amazon HQ2 final cities in states lacking LGBT discrimination laws
Many cities still in the running for Amazon HQ2 are in states lacking nondiscrimination laws. Gay rights advocates will hold Jeff Bezos accountable.

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NYC Pride Releases 2018 ’Defiantly Different’ Theme
NYC Pride announces 2018's official theme, "Defiantly Different" as part of this year's brand elements. "Defiantly Different" speaks to the breadth of the LGBTQ+ community as a unified people and our ...

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Drag Kings Get Their Due in Puerto Rico's Burgeoning Queer Movement
Meet key players in the island's LGTBQIA+ community.

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Announcing the Bruce Richman U=U Speaking Tour!
You may have heard that U=U…but do you know what that means?

February 21, 2018

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Robin Meets... Where The Bears Are
You meet all sorts of bears at a bear event, and International Bear Convergence in Palm Springs for me was no different… I met up with the cast of Where The Bears Are!  If you haven’...

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Happening on El Paseo: Fashion Week, Palm Desert Food & Wine, The Gard
During the entire week a wide variety of El Paseo retailers will be presenting the spring season’s latest fashions, along with in-store events including...

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West Side Story: In Concert in Palm Springs
There will be 5 performances at the McCallum Theatre Friday, March 9 - Sunday, March 11.

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Lines in the Dust
Integration, racial privilege and injustice in our educational system ignite Black Theatre Troupe’s regional premiere of Lines in the Dust, which takes the stage at The Helen Mason Performing Ar...

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Seattle’s new small business council has big Capitol Hill presence
After Amazon announced it was going to open a second headquarters, the Seattle City Council decided it needed to start meeting with the behemoth corporation, carefully orchestrating  who would at...

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On Amazon HQ2 decision, 'No Gay? No Way' is wrong message
Forward-thinking companies like Amazon can help raise equality in states that lack protections, say gay leaders Ryan Roemerman and Bob Witeck.

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An Oscar-Nominated Transgender Director on His ‘Authentic Self’
“Being out as a trans man isn’t new in my personal life, but it’s new in the public sphere,” says Yance Ford, whose documentary “Strong Island” is about the afterma...

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LGBT Advocates Denounce Kansas GOP Resolution Against Transgender Rights
A leading Kansas LGBT rights group is pushing back against a newly adopted Kansas Republican Party resolution that activists say dehumanizes transgender

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Suitsupply’s SS18 Campaign Is Celebrating Gay Love on Their Global Platform
The global men's tailoring brand released their SS18 campaign putting the spotlight on gay love, illuminating the attraction between two men. While pride and love are celebrated in many parts of the w...

February 20, 2018

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The Scion of a Pakistani Political Dynasty Comes Out
The artist Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, grandson and namesake of the founder of the Pakistan Peoples Party, is queer, Muslim and proud.

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Camp Lightbulb Launches First-Ever LGBTQ Spring Camp for Teens in New York City
Unique overnight camp now accepting reservations for queer, questioning and gender fluid youth aged 14-18 Parents of LGBTQ teens aged 14-18 can register their children to attend the new Spring Camp&he...

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Drag Out Funny benefits LGBT students
On Feb. 17, Stonewall Warehouse hosted Bobcat Pride Scholarship Fund’s 7th annual Drag Out Funny, A Space Oddity show.

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An Israeli city just hosted Mideast's first-ever queer history festival (and it's not Tel Aviv)
Tel Aviv may grab all of the headlines and plaudits as a gay mecca, but Haifa is determined to grab a piece of the action

February 19, 2018

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The Gay Bar Is Dying. Long Live the Queer Café
We need to get over mourning the loss of gay bars, says the author. LGBTQ people would be better served by open, inclusive spaces for all ages and socializing tastes.

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The lesbian pioneers who fooled Spain's Catholic Church
Their wedding in 1901 remains the only known same-sex marriage in the church's history, the BBC's James Badcock reports.

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On Losing a Husband, and (Almost) Losing a Wedding Ring
Ben Loehnen writes about the loss of his husband and almost losing his treasured Cartier wedding ring.

February 18, 2018

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The Best Same-Sex Wedding Destinations Around the World
Marriage equality is becoming the way of the world, and it has LGBTQ couples thinking globally for their wedding plans.

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The Gay Pastor Who Wants Texas to Send Her to Congress
Mary Wilson might be the only gay math teacher turned pastor running for Congress in America.

February 17, 2018

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‘Convert them, co-opt them, or kill them‘: The ugly fight to pass the LGBTQ-inclusive Chicago Human Rights Ordinance
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the dramatic battle in the Chicago City Council.

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Meet The OGs
Meet the OGs, Original Gravity, a bar located in central Phoenix, launched by three local women, American beer, wine and sake, and a full menu.

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Author Victor Yates: A Love Like Blood
On Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. LGBTQ author Victor Yates will be at the Palm Springs Public Library sharing about his work and reading from his mo

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Poll reveals support for LGBT inclusion in Arizona non-discrimination law
With the bill HB 2586 currently under consideration in the Arizona House of Representatives, a new poll was created to see how Arizonans felt on the issue.

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Author of 'Call Me By Your Name' and other writers of special interest to LGBT readers coming to Milwaukee
Several high-profile authors of special interest to the LGBT community are appearing at Boswell and Outwords books over the next six weeks, including Andre Aciman, who penned the novel Call

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Lehigh County expands anti-discrimination policy to include LGBT
Lehigh County Executive Phil Armstrong Wednesday signed two administrative notifications enhancing nondiscrimination protections for the LGBT community.

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Meet Chef Carly
Meet Chef Carly, head chef at Original Gravity, the Chicago native earned her knives in some well-respected Chicago kitchens,

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LGBTQ Community College Students Benefit From Scholarships
Community Colleges are an increasingly useful and affordable steppingstone for students beginning their college career. Point Foundation (Point) encourages lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and que...

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Never forget: The 78ers and the origins of Mardi Gras
'The First Mardi Gras: Was The Pain worth the Gain? An Afternoon with the 78ers' will be held at the East Sydney Community and Arts Centre on February 17.

February 16, 2018

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5-Star Luxury in Manila with the Backpacking BFs
After our incredible experience in the Philippines last year, we made arrangements with Philippine Airlines to have a 24-hour layover in Manila. During our 2016 media trip to the Philippines, we had t...

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Traveling in Bangkok with the Backpacking BFs
Bangkok Overview Bangkok, the capitol of Thailand, is a vibrant metropolis full of things to do, food to try and sights to see.  Nestled between the magnificent skyscrapers you will find anc...

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'I can't tone it down': Olympic skater Adam Rippon speaks out for young LGBT Americans
Rippon unapologetically embraces his role as the first openly gay Olympic athlete, offering hope and empowerment to LGBT people in this period of social conservatism.

February 15, 2018

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Are Gay Dating Apps Doing Enough to Respond to User Discrimination?
Some say it is high time that apps like Grindr changed their filter features.

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'Made in Chelsea' star Ollie Locke has launched 'Bumble’s little brother' to the London and New York gay dating scenes — and he's planning events with canapés and string quartets
The app has teamed up with elite dating club Social Concierge to launch events — and they want to get bankers from Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan involved.

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Hong Kong gay pop star says Malaysia show dropped over LGBT support
A Hong Kong pop star said on Thursday she had been denied permission to perform in Malaysia because she campaigns for gay rights, amid criticism from activists of rising intolerance toward the LGBT co...

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'Valentine's Day is every day' for one of Newton's first married LGBT couples
Newton residents Rosa Buffone and Sandy Rice have been together as a couple since 1983, after meeting in 1982 as undergrads at Regis College in Weston. At school they were only out with certain friend...

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Meet Cece Cox of Resource Center in Oaklawn
Thanks for sharing your story with us Cece. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there - In some way, shape or form, I’ve been an advocate for the LGBTQ community ...

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The Princess Bride Finds Her One True Love At The Historic Camelot The | Gay Desert Guide
Among Friends Community Group presents “At The Movies,” THE PRINCESS BRIDE interactive movie and renn faire, Wednesday, February 28th.

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Hibernating Bears Photo Series
Andrew Printer’s photo series “Sleepers” meditates on the many reason – sleep, sensuality, seclusion – for being in bed.  There is an ambiguity in Andrew Printer&rsq...

February 14, 2018

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This HIV-Positive Gay Asylum Seeker Was Granted a Stay of Deportation. Why Did he End Up Back in Mexico?
One man’s asylum case reveals a disorganized, backlogged court willing to contradict its own decisions to “score another deportation victory.”

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Burberry aims to champion LGBTQ youth at February show
Christopher Bailey said his final show will be a tribute to the charities helping to protect youths and fighting discrimination.

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Students access free STI testing at LGBT Resource Center
The Topeka organization Positive Connections offered free HIV testing to K-State students Tuesday.

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Renewed efforts in Legislature to protect LGBT community
The Missouri Legislature is again bracing for a battle over an effort to protect the rights of the LGBT community. Similar efforts have failed over the past two decades. Still, Democratic State Rep&he...

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San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus Presents BRIDGES
The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus (SFGMC)-under the leadership of Dr. Timothy Seelig, Artistic Director andChristopher Verdugo, Executive Director-continues Season 40: Unstoppable...

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Aurora approves city's first gay pride parade
Illinois' second-largest city will be hosting its first gay pride parade when the Aurora Pride Parade steps off at 1 p.m. Sunday, June 17.

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Napa's LGBT seniors band together for friendship and support
The “Golden Years” can be challenging. You may find yourself free from the daily grind of work and parenting, but you’re likely also dealing with increased financial pressure and hea...

February 13, 2018

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Exclusive: Richard Skipper Talks ‘Richard Skipper Celebrates’ And More
Review Fix chats with entertainment jack of all trades Richard Skipper, who discusses his unique series, “Richard Skipper Celebrates.” Detailing his creative process and more, Skipper shar...

February 12, 2018

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ALADDIN - Reviewed by Stephen Radosh | Gay Desert Guide
ALADDIN proves to be a fun Magic Carpet ride at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood

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Rainbow Railroad to Receive IGLTA’s Pathfinder Award
The international organization headquartered in Toronto, which helps persecuted LGBTQ individuals reach safety, will be honored on 11 May at the Voyage benefit during IGLTA’s 35th Anniversary Gl...

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India's only openly gay prince discusses coming out and turning his pink palace into a centre for at-risk LGBT+ people
Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil might have grown up in a vast and opulent rococo palace in prosperous Gujarat with servants responding to his every beck and call but it would be wrong to assume his life ...

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The message we sent to women and gay men in 1980s Ireland
Declan Flynn's Dublin murder and Ireland's shameful reaction - the terrifying message we sent to gay men and women

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South Korea LGBT activists seek equality in conservative country
South Korea's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community is hungry for recognition.

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Lebanon's Phoenicia Hotel celebrates Valentine's Day with LGBT-friendly ad
"We tried to define and defend love, all kinds of love, that's all."

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Effort underway to save San Francisco's oldest gay bar
San Francisco's oldest gay bar may be saved and relocated using a model that kept another gay bar in the city from closing last year, a supervisor's office

February 11, 2018

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Dundee all set to host first ever LGBT Pride event
Dundee's LGBT community will rally together for the city’s first-ever Pride event this summer.

February 10, 2018

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Varla Jean in New Orleans
This series hosted by Varla Jean Merman features folks along the LGTBQ spectrum who call New Orleans home. Who are they and why they call New Orleans home.

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The 23 Same-Sex Marriage Proposal Videos That Reminded Love Was Still Alive In 2017
We're not crying, you're crying.

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Transgender Models Are The Future Of Fashion, Runways
Meet Teddy Quinlivan, Leyna Bloom, Gia Garison, Casil McArthur, and Geena Rocero — the supermodels of the next generation.

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Criminal code revamp plan sends chill through Indonesia's LGBT community
Zulfikar Fahd, an openly gay man, says he flew from Indonesia to Canada late last month and claimed asylum on grounds that he faced discrimination and persecution in his home country, which is poised ...

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The Gay Coffeehouse Where Off-Off Broadway Theater Was Born
Remembering the Caffe Cino of 31 Cordelia Street, New York.

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Broadway & Opera Superstars Join Forces With Ft. Lauderdale Gay Men's Chorus For Sondheim Tribute
The Fort Lauderdale Gay Men's Chorus (FTLGMC) will present 'Our Time With Sondheim,' an inspiring evening of music from Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim, with special guest performances by Broadway an...

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