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New Orleans Lawyer Evan Bergeron Is Gay, Catholic, and Determined to Be Louisiana’s First Out LGBT Legislator
In a candid interview with Tim Teeman, Evan Bergeron talks faith, coming out, and fighting to win a New Orleans election that would make him Louisiana’s first out LGBT legislator.
August 20, 2019
   #GayNOLA
   #LGBTPolitics
Danica Roem, Trans History Maker, Fights Another Anti-LGBT Candidate—and Their Donors—in Virginia
As we exclusively reveal the donors to Danica Roem’s anti-LGBTQ opponent, Kelly McGinn, in Virginia’s 13th District, Roem reveals her plan to win and continue in the job she loves.
August 10, 2019
   #PrideVA
   #LGBTPolitics
   #Transgender
Election of gay lawmaker in Japan spurs hopes for same-sex marriage
Taiga Ishikawa said he believes same-sex marriage will be legalised during his six-year term
July 23, 2019
   #GayJapan
   #Gaysian
   #LGBTPolitics
Singer/Songwriter Donovan Holden Releases New Album, A Brighter Day
A Ohio native, Donovan Holden, began early on to write his own songs, in notebooks, vastly influence bu the radio tunes of the time: country, soul, rock n’ roll, pop, blues, jazz, gospel, and sacred music, which all seemingly co-existed together before the days of heavily formatted radio.
July 13, 2019
   #GayLA
   #QueerLatinx
   #LGBTPolitics
My Brother, Don Zarda, Was Fired After Revealing He Was Gay
Don Zarda died before his discrimination case reached the Supreme Court. His sister and his partner have kept the case moving on his behalf.
July 02, 2019
   #LGBTPolitics
Buttigieg urges LGBTQ to turn differences into social change
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg told an audience in Iowa on Friday that coming out as gay has empowered him in a way he did not anticipate, and he called on others to harness their differences into socia
June 08, 2019
  
  
   #LGBTPolitics
Pride in Our People: Profiles in Local LGBTQ Activism
It's hard to believe that the Stonewall Riots in New York City, an event that most mark as the birth of the gay rights movement, was only 50 years ago. The year after Stonewall, the first LA Pride celebration took place, helping to solidify the fight for equality that had been brewing even before that, when the LA gay community protested the police raid at queer hangout...
May 31, 2019
   #GayLA
   #QueerLatinx
   #LGBTPolitics
Tennessee mothers discuss raising LGBT kids in a state set to 'legalize hate'
Republican lawmakers have introduced six anti-LGBT bills, which the Tennessee Equality Project has dubbed the Slate of Hate
May 27, 2019
   #GayTennessee
   #LGBTPolitics
Hen Mazzig: Gay, Progressive, Israeli Activist
Hen Mazzig, a progressive, gay Israeli activist came to California to talk to locals about his family history and his identity. 
April 18, 2019
   #GayTelAviv
  
   #LGBTPolitics
Charles Key Needs to Go to the Bathroom. Tennessee Won’t Let Him Because He’s Transgender.
The Tennessee state legislature is weighing a bill to protect the state’s anti-transgender bathroom access policies. A raft of other anti-LGBT policies may follow.
April 17, 2019
   #GayTennessee
   #LGBTPolitics
   #Transgender
Dan Baer enters Democratic race against Cory Gardner for Senate
Dan Baer is a Harvard and Oxford graduate who was U.S. ambassador to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe between 2013 and 2017 and a deputy assistant secretary of state for four years before that.
April 16, 2019
   #GayDenver
   #LGBTPolitics
Pete and Chasten Buttigieg, Lori Lightfoot and Amy Eshleman: The Powerful LGBT Message Of a Hug and a Kiss
This month, there have been two memorable public displays of affection by LGBT politicians Lori Lightfoot and Pete Buttigieg—both loving and also brave and revolutionary.
April 16, 2019
   #LGBTPolitics
'It's a big deal:' Madison LGBTQ community embraces Satya Rhodes-Conway election
Mayor-elect Rhodes-Conway will be sworn in Tuesday.
April 14, 2019
  
   #LGBTPolitics
Historic 'Rainbow Wave' in Philadelphia Council, Judge Races as LGBTQ Candidates Seek First-Ever Elections
No LGBTQ person has ever won election to Philadelphia City Council. Five people running for Philadelphia City Council and two running for Common Pleas judge are trying to make history as part of the...
April 12, 2019
   #GayPhilly
   #LGBTPolitics
LGBT activist Harish Iyer joins Congress, says queer people need to get into politics
"I have officially joined the Congress and look forward to working with the Mumbai Congress team in weeding out homophobia, transphobia, Islamophobia and the politics of hate," LGBT activist Harish Iyer announced on Twitter.
April 10, 2019
   #GayIndia
  
   #LGBTPolitics
Why the Gay Men’s Chorus of L.A. is singing for survival
The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles has been part of the fabric of the city for 40 years, but recent allegations of sexual misconduct and serious financial problems have forced the group into painful self-reflection. An attempt to start over comes this weekend.
April 05, 2019
   #GayLA
   #QueerLatinx
   #LGBTPolitics
Election Day Chicago 2019 results: Lori Lightfoot wins mayoral race
Chicago just elected a black, openly LGBT woman as mayor.
April 03, 2019
   #GayChicago
   #QPOC
   #LGBTPolitics
Equitas Health, Ohio Business Competes Push to Make Ohio More Equitable for LGBTQ Community
Thursday, March 21, 2019
March 27, 2019
   #GayOhio
   #LGBTPolitics
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
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
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
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
El Salvador's President-Elect Opposes Same-Sex Marriage, as LGBTQ Community Struggles for Acceptance
“If you want popularity, talk about fighting corruption,” said Nóchez. “Not this.”
February 13, 2019
   #GayLATAM
   #LGBTPolitics
Can Businesses Turn Away LGBT Customers? Court Battles Bubbling Back Up
The original story behind the Masterpiece Cakeshop case is both undisputed and well known: a gay couple in Colorado walked into the bakery in 2012 and asked for wedding cake. The owner and master baker Jack Phillips declined to make a custom cake for their party because he said their union violated his religious beliefs.
February 11, 2019
   #GayDenver
   #LGBTPolitics



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