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Looking Back on The Anniversaries of May 17th

When you reside at the intersections of multiple identities anniversaries of your civil rights struggles can be both bitter and sweet. And this May 17th was a reminder. ...

Conversion Lies

But I’m a Cheerleader was my introduction to conversion therapy.  It’s a ridiculous comedy that satirizes the movement to “cure” people with same-sex attractions. ...

Obama’s N-word Send-off

What was expected to be a friendly and light-hearted skewering of political and media elites at the White House correspondents’ dinner by Larry Wilmore, comedian and host of Comedy Central’s “The N ...

Pope’s Damaging Message to Trans Teens

Pope Francis’ long-awaited apostolic exhortation — “Amoris Laetitia,” or “The Joy of Love” — was just released.  ...

Massachusetts Isn’t Mississippi But Has No Trans Accommodation Bill

Mississippi and North Carolina can now be added to the list of states codifying transgender discrimination. ...

What Happened at the Black Lesbian Conference?

Due to high turnout and limited space the Barnard hosted, Black Lesbian Conference 2016, sold out within weeks of its announcement, leaving many unable to attend. ...

Laughing At The Absurdities of Black Homophobia

For many LGBTQs across the nation-especially those of us of African descent-we have been breathlessly waiting for Robert O’Hara’s “BootyCandy” to come to our cities. ...

The Black Lesbian Conference 2016 Coming to Barnard

Beyond Bold and Brave’s 2016 Black Lesbian Conference: “The Evolution of Our Community” will be a gathering of intergenerational LBTQI Black/African Descent women to responsibly discuss important i ...

A Feminist Takeover Remembered

Most days when the weather permits my morning constitutional is a two mile walking loop around the Charles River. From my house I walk south toward Memorial Drive via Western Avenue. ...

White Nights Black Paradise, A Religious Utopia Turned Nightmare

The last time an African American lesbian was the protagonist in a novel was in Ann Allen Shockley’s 1982 “Say Jesus and Come to Me.” What shocked and awed readers about this main character is that ...

Macon Reed's Eulogy for The Dyke Bar

Artist Macon Reed opens "Eulogy For The Dyke Bar" at Pulse Contemporary Art fair New York this Thursday March 3rd. This will no doubt be the queer event of the Armory arts week. ...

Diversity, love, strength and unity celebrated at Long Beach Lesbian and Gay Pride Festival
presstelegram
May 23, 2016

The Long Beach Lesbian and Gay Pride Festival got off to a rousing start Saturday with tens of thousands expected to attend the annual event and Pride Parade today.

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Honolulu settles with lesbian couple arrested after kissing
CBS News
May 23, 2016

Courtney Wilson and Taylor Guerrero were visiting Hawaii form Los Angeles last year when they say they were harassed and arrested

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Padres apologize to Gay Men's Chorus for anthem miscue
SanDiegoUnionTribune.com
May 23, 2016

Saturday night, 100 singers from the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus took the field at Petco Park to sing the national anthem — and never got the chance.

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School Policy Says It Can Kick Out Students With Gay Parents
ThinkProgress
May 23, 2016

"This is as forward as I've seen them take this particular agenda."

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LA Pride has sold out and become 'gay Coachella,' critics say
LA Times
May 23, 2016

Saying the annual LA Pride festival has become too corporate, too expensive and not inclusive, protesters this year have planned boycotts of the event. They call themselves #NotOurPride.

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Remembering Florence King, Conservative Lesbian Feminist
Advocate.com
January 12, 2016

Her subject matter ran the gamut: politics, British royalty, Southern hospitality, and everyday life. Get more on Women from The Advocate.

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Senate Stalls Confirmation Of First Openly Gay Army Secretary
Huffington Post
January 12, 2016

WASHINGTON -- Eric Fanning is stepping aside as acting secretary of the Army as the Senate continues to drag out his confirmation vote. If approved, he would be the first openly gay Army secretary.

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DC police gay and lesbian unit changes name to be more inclusive
wusa9.com
January 12, 2016

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- The branch of the Metropolitan Police Department focused on protecting gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people is changing its name.

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David Bowie obituary
The Guardian
January 11, 2016

Artist who blazed a trail of musical trends and pop fashion, reinventing himself, his music and media across many decades

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David Bowie: legendary rock star dies aged 69
The Guardian
January 11, 2016

Follow the reaction and tributes to the musician who has died after 18-month illness

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8 Books About LGBT and Feminist History That Every Lesbian and Bi Woman Should Read
SheWired
January 7, 2016

Need something to do this winter? Check out these 8 empowering reads.

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What Is a Slutty Power Lesbian?
Slate
January 7, 2016

ennifer Lawrence, Glamour’s February cover model, is a modern-day fashion icon, a Christian Dior “ambassador” who’s inspired multiple tribute blogs to fawn over her every earring and vest. Who is her style muse? Inside the magazine, in an interview with editor-in-chief Cindi Leive, she confessed:

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Alabama Justice: Order Against Gay Marriage Still in Place
ABC News
January 7, 2016

Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore on Wednesday said state probate judges remain under a court order to refuse marriage licenses to gay couples even though a US. Supreme Court decision effectively legalized same-sex marriage more than six months ago.

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Stanford Announces ‘Boot Camp’ for Gay Business Leaders
WSJ
January 7, 2016

Stanford University’s business school is offering a leadership program intended to help more gay leaders ascend to the C-suite.

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What It’s Like When Your Wife Becomes Your Husband
NYMag
January 6, 2016

As the stigma against transgender people slowly lessens, more and more people are deciding to transition to their true gender identity in middle age.

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Ashima Shiraishi, Rock-Climbing Prodigy
The New Yorker
January 6, 2016

The real miracle may be that a little girl from the unmountainous island of Manhattan, born to insular, artistic immigrants who had never tied a figure-eight knot, became, by the age of fourteen, possibly the best female rock climber ever—a Gretzky of the granite.

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From cycling nuns to designer drugs scandals and lesbian love affairs: How did Call The Midwife capture the hearts of the nation
Daily Mail
January 6, 2016

It’s the ratings-winning Sunday-night show that’s got no sex, no violence and no bad language. So what will fans of Call The Midwife make of the lesbian love affair between two of its stars?

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Herstory Lesson: Meet Lesbian Feminist Poet and Black Panther Pat Parker
SheWired
January 6, 2016

Pat Parker was born on January 20, 1944. She grew up in a mostly black working class neighborhood—Third Ward, Houston, Texas and later moved to Sunnyside, Houston, Texas with her family.

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Making of Carol: Why It Took 60 Years to Film the Lesbian Love Story
Hollywood Reporter
January 6, 2016

This story first appeared in a special awards season issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

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