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This Queer Journalist Wants to Unite Human Rights Defenders
After facing deportation from Russia to Uzbekistan, where homosexuality is illegal, Ali Feruz set up a new media network to support journalists covering LGBTQ issues in post-Soviet states.
February 21, 2019
Bombshell Book Alleges a Vatican Gay Subculture, Hypocrisy
A gay French writer has lifted the lid on what he calls one of the world's largest gay communities, the Vatican, estimating that most of its prelates are homosexually inclined and attributing much of the current crisis in the Catholic Church to an internecine war among them.
February 17, 2019
Kyle and Marion living and loving the 'new normal' in a transgender marriage
A year ago, Kiwi author Kyle Mewburn revealed a 50-year secret to the world. She expected trouble, but it never came.
January 05, 2019
Rainbow Wave In Connecticut: GOP Fields 6 LGBTQ Candidates For Legislature In General Election
A businessman, an ambulance company administrator, a health care executive, a distant cousin of writer Jack Kerouac and a financial services executive are all seeking seats in the state House of Representatives. The common denominator? They are all gay Republicans.
September 08, 2018
NLGJA convention heads to Palm Springs, Calif.
More than 350 LGBTQ journalists are expected to attend the 2018 convention of NLGJA - The Association of LGBTQ Journalists, when it gathers from September 6-9 in sunny Palm Springs, California. According to NLGJA Executive Director Adam K. Pawlus, the return to the West Coast is long overdue for the organization.
August 23, 2018
Founder of Rebellious Magazine for Women to be honored
In advance of its upcoming national convention in Palm Springs, NLGJA - The Association of LGBTQ Journalists announced that Rebellious Magazine for Women founder and editor in chief Karen Hawkins is the inaugural recipient of the new NLGJA Jeanne Córdova Award. The award, according to the group, recognizes the achievement of an LGBTQ woman for a current body of work in journalism and/or opinion, w...
August 23, 2018
Back story: LGBT history in San Diego
Staff writer John Wilkens discusses the new History Center exhibit.
July 09, 2018
In Baghdad, a daring poster campaign to defend LGBT rights
Follow international news through our Observers' amateur images and eyewitness testimony. All the content is verified and explained by our journalists.
July 03, 2018
How ‘Pose’ Will Make History for Trans Storytelling
Writer-director-producer Janet Mock writes about the impact Ryan Murphy's new FX drama "Pose" will have for the trans community.
May 19, 2018
Reading series invites queer writers to dig through LGBT ephemera
For 14 years, Radar Productions has been hosting a renowned reading series, giving queer people a chance to tell queer stories in a format that wasn't always open to the marginalized. This year, the group is keeping the tradition alive, but switching it up a bit. Rather than a monthly reading series, organizers have pared it down to just six for the year. The extra time will allow participants, al...
April 12, 2018
VIDEO: LGBT writer talks alienation in the Mideast
Homosexuality is still criminalized in relatively liberal Beirut, Lebanon, just like around the rest of the Arab world. Watch "Christiane Amanpour: Sex & Love Around the World" Saturdays at 10 p.m. ET.
March 29, 2018
Pakistan gets its first transgender news anchor
A 21-year-old journalist is making headlines in Pakistan by becoming the country's first transgender news anchor.
March 27, 2018
Author Wade Rouse (aka Viola Shipman) to Speak at Palm Springs Public
Author to discuss his latest novel “The Recipe Box,” the third book by Wade writing as Viola Shipman; his pen name in homage to his grandmother.
March 13, 2018
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Israel plans to deport LGBT asylum seekers to Rwanda and Uganda
“LGBT people are not part of the groups excluded [from deportation],” a Border Authority spokesperson said. “Each case will be examined on its merits.”
March 04, 2018

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