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“I don’t know how you got in Baby, you’re a poison in my skin I’m on a losing game I feel the fire, I’m going in anyway” These are some of the resonant lyrics from PRIME’s latest single, Poison, and we feature him in EILE’s music slot this morning. The US pop/rock/electronic singer-songwriter has just […]
Yesterday (22 June) the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) condemned the Trump Administration’s plans to celebrate an organization dedicated to undermining LGBTQ people and families. Today, Pence — who has his own long and extensive record opposing LGBTQ equality — will speak on behalf of the Trump Administration at an anniversary celebration of Focus on the Family, a […]
The names of the 49 people killed at a Florida gay nightclub where a gunman turned a dance party into a massacre last year were read aloud on Monday (12 June) at ceremonies marked by rainbow-hued memorials and guarded by supporters dressed as angels. On the first anniversary of the worst mass shooting in modern […]
Thousands of revellers, some waving rainbow flags, crowded Washington streets on Saturday for the city’s gay pride parade, in an annual party that saw anti-corporate protesters briefly block its route.
For generations, young Americans could go all the way through high school without learning that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people have long been part of their country’s history. Spurred by gay rights victories at the Supreme Court and elsewhere in recent years, a Lowell, Massachusetts-based organization, called History Unerased, is trying to change that […]
In response to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals’ ruling affirming the rights of a transgender high school student, Ash Whitaker, to use the bathroom that matches his gender identity, GLSEN’s (Gay, Lesbian, & Straight Education Network) Director of Public Policy, Nathan Smith, released the following statement yesterday 31 May: “This ruling justly affirms the rights […]
Yesterday, (28 May) The Human Rights Campaign released a letter from America’s leading civil rights organizations calling on President Donald Trump and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary John F. Kelly not to appoint controversial Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke as an Assistant Secretary in the Office of Partnership and Engagement at the DHS.