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Coming Home, Portraits of the Formerly Incarcerated

Megan Ghiroli's compelling portrait photography is what originally brought her to the attention of Velvetpark. ...

A Shrine For Girls, Installation by Patricia Cronin

New York artist Patricia Cronin, known for her bold social statements and use of traditional media in the form of cast bronze, marble, water color and oils, has a conceptionaly driven installation ...

Marriage Equality hangs in the balance with Supreme Court

With thirty-seven states now legal proponents of marriage equality along with our nation’s capitol LGBTQ Americans and our allies knew it would be just a matter of time before the issue would be ...

Tomboy @ ODETTA

If you don't keep up with the loft parties, new bars, and sky rocketing rents in Bushwick then, you probably aren't keeping up with the gallery scene either. ...

Q Boston Conference About Us, Not For Us

Here in LGBTQ-friendly Massachusetts, there are not too many places where we are not welcome. We are invited to conferences, schools, public events, and churches. ...

Conversion Therapies Deadly Outcomes

I wish Leelah was alive today. ...

Julia Kunin @ Sandra Gering

Julia Kunin's latest work at her first one-person show at Sandra Gering reflects her mastery over material and an evolution in style. ...

Easter is about seeing those at the margins

For many Christians, Easter is a high holy holiday—it’s the religious bedrock that not only anchors them in their faith, but it also shapes and governs their view of the world. ...

The Love That Dare Not Speak its Name

With The Year We Thought About Love, Cantabrigian filmmaker Ellen Brodsky has made what some might call a dangerous documentary about youth in love, and what others would call a welcoming ...

New York Armory Show 2015 Edition

We were back at that New York artworld institution the Armory, a show we love to hate and hate to love. ...

Boston’s Forgotten Role in the Women’s Movement

March is Women’s History Month and Mary Dore’s documentary “She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry” helps us celebrate, remember, and cheer  one of our most vilified s ...

The Role of Queer Writers in Donald Trump's America
The Atlantic
November 18, 2016

Feeling afraid—and imagining a way forward—as the status of LGBT rights looks uncertain

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Election 2016: White women voted for Donald Trump in 2016 because they still believe white men are their saviors — Quartz
qz
November 14, 2016

White women have a history of betraying their sisters. The 2016 election was no exception. The pattern of white women choosing white men over women of color underscores some of the more insidious machinations of patriarchy ...

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Gwen Ifill dead at age 61
POLITICO
November 14, 2016

Gwen Ifill, the longtime PBS news anchor who had served as a co-host of PBS's NewsHour and as moderator of 'Washington Week,' has died, POLITICO has learned. She was 61

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Here's An Open Letter To Comey From The Teen Who Allegedly Got Sexts From Weiner
BuzzFeed News
November 2, 2016

"I thought your job as FBI Director was to protect me."..

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Anthony Weiner Has Allegedly Checked Into a Sex Addiction Clinic
jezebel.com
November 2, 2016

Anthony Weiner has entered rehab for sex addiction, reports the Daily Mail, which broke the news that Anthony Weiner was aware that a girl he was sexting was underage, leading to an FBI investigation of his computers that’s currently posing a threat to our very democracy.

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Life in the Heart of New York’s L.G.B.T. Latino Community
Lens Blog (The New York Times)
October 13, 2016

Roosevelt Avenue, in Jackson Heights, Queens, reminds my boyfriend of El Salvador, where he grew up. It reminds our friend Danny of where he grew up, in Mexico. And others of Colombia or Guatemala. That’s fitting, because it’s one of the vibrant centers of Latino culture in New York.

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Fullscreen Acquires ‘First Girl I Loved’ Lesbian Love Story, Plans Limited Theatrical Release for Sundance Winner
Variety
October 13, 2016

Fullscreen looks to be angling to get into the awards-season footrace — at least in a small indie way. The digital multiplatform network has acquired rights to teen lesbian love story “First Girl I Loved,” winner of the 2016 Sundance Film Festival’s Next Audience Award

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21 Fall TV Shows Giving Lesbian & Bi Women Screen Time
NBC News
October 13, 2016

This fall we have more queer women characters than ever before with more representation of women of color in pivotal roles and characters that identify as lesbian, bisexual and pansexual. From network to cable to streaming, show runners, writers and producers

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The Flintstones Have a More Modern Take on Marriage Equality & Gay Rights Than the GOP
Out Magazine
October 13, 2016

The Flintstones—one of the beneficiaries/victims of the trend to reboot every beloved thing from your childhood—have a new series with DC Comics by Mark Russell, Steve Pugh, and Chris Chuckry. Hailed as being "surprisingly dark and honest,"

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Gay marriage dead in Australia: Meet the people left behind
CNN.com
October 13, 2016

Every year on their anniversary, Des and Rex go to the restaurant where they had their first date.

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Australian gay rights groups welcome same-sex marriage hurdle
BBC News
October 13, 2016

Supporters of same-sex marriage have celebrated moves to block a plan to hold a national vote on legalising same-sex marriage.

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How Clinton and Trump Made Alicia Machado the New Khizr Khan
nymag.com
September 28, 2016

Clinton set the perfect trap, and Trump walked right into it.

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Young Girl's Emotional Council Speech Laments 'Shame' of Fatal Charlotte Shooting
ABC News
September 28, 2016

Young Girl's Emotional Speech Laments 'Shame' of Fatal Charlotte Shooting

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Hari Nef, Model Citizen
The New Yorker
September 23, 2016

The verdict each time was ‘Hey, we think you’ve got a great personality, and you’ve got a really unique look. We just don’t understand how we could make money off of you.’ ”

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Keith Scott’s Family Sees Videos of His Killing, and Says the Public Should, Too
nytimes.com
September 23, 2016

The wife and other relatives of the dead man, Keith L. Scott, watched his killing from two angles, recorded Tuesday by police dashboard and body cameras, and “it was incredibly difficult,” a family lawyer, Justin Bamberg, said in a statement.

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Kate McKinnon wins best supporting actress in a comedy
EW.com
September 19, 2016

Score a victory for Hillary Clinton, Justin Bieber, and Ellen DeGeneres as Kate McKinnon has won her first Emmy. The actress took home the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her varied performances on Saturday Night Live

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Hillary Clinton congratulates ‘Saturday Night Live’ star Kate McKinnon on Emmys win
The Daily Mail
September 19, 2016

Hillary Clinton is not ready for prime time — but Kate McKinnon is.

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Olivia Timeline: From Grassroots to World’s Largest Lesbian Travel Company
San Francisco Bay Times
September 19, 2016

1973: Singer songwriter Meg Christian discovers fellow musician Cris Williamson’s record in Washington, D.C. Deeply moved, she rallies 400 fans to attend a Williamson concert. Christian starts singing from the audience when Williamson forgets the words.

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Lesbian mistaken for man, questioned in restroom at L.A. concert venue
LGBTQ Nation
September 19, 2016

A lesbian woman says she was questioned by staff at L.A.’s Staples Center Wednesday after they mistook her for a man in the women’s restroom, PinkNews reports.

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