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In response to the passing of Rose Greene, who died on Thursday last , Center CEO Lorri L. Jean issued the following statement: “[…] the Center joins our community in mourning the loss of a true warrior in the fight for LGBT equality, health, and happiness. Rose dedicated much of her life to building and […]
(Reuters) – Kimberly Bailey, owner of The Butter End Cakery in Los Angeles, loves taking wedding cake orders from LGBTQ clients, because their design requests are often more creative than straight couples. She recently made a square layer cake with black piping for a gay male couple, who wanted something different to the traditional round […]
(Reuters) – The American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA) apologised on Friday for previously treating homosexuality as a mental illness, saying its past errors contributed to discrimination and trauma for LGBTQ people. It may be the first US medical or mental health organisation to issue such an apology. Although psychiatrists declassified homosexuality as a disorder in 1973, […]
(Reuters) – When a third-grade teacher from Texas asked her mostly 8-year-old students what they wanted to be when they grow up, one of them wrote on the white board: “Drag queen”. That response came from Keegan, now 9, a “gender creative” kid, in his mother’s words, illustrating just one of the challenges facing educators […]
YouTube star, Elijah Daniel, has bought the town of Hell and renamed it Gay Hell, only allowing Pride flags to fly, in protest at President Donald Trump’s administration’s refusal to allow US embassies to hoist the flag for LGBT+ Pride month. The California-based comedian and rapper – who goes by the name Lil Phag – […]
(Reuters) – A US appeals court handed President Donald Trump a victory in his effort to ban most transgender people from the military, ordering a judge to reconsider her ruling against the policy, which the US Supreme Court has allowed to take effect. The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday set aside a […]
Growing up in a conservative, Christian cult in Missouri, Brad Reubendale says being gay was not an option. “I couldn’t wear shorts and short sleeves or go to amusement parks or watch TV, much less say ‘I’m gay’”, Reubendale told the Thomson Reuters Foundation from his Denver home.