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Remembering Thanksgiving

As I prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday, I am reminded of the autumnal harvest time's spiritual significance. As a time of connectedness, I pause to acknowledge what I have to be thankful for. ...

Try Telling an Archer Not to Shoot, The Meaning of Sagittarius

Every time the sun changes sign there is a palpable shift in energy. It’s much like shifting the light of a flashlight from one object to the next. ...

Yoruba Richen on Black and LGBT Communities

When issues of race and discrimination continue to pepper headlines the necessity of voices of reason become even more paramount. ...

Turkey flip-flops with LGBTQI population

Turkey is a country conflicted when it comes to its LGBTQ population. On one hand, Turkey is the first country in the Muslim world to hold a LGBTQI pride march. ...

Using Girls to Get Your Attention on Misogyny

Nothing like pre-tweens dropping the F-bomb to get your attention.   ...

A Tribute to An Ally to Black LGBTQ Communities

Thomas Menino was inarguably one of the best mayors the city of Boston ever had. ...

Full Moon in Taurus: You Can’t Cheat Love

Since ancient times the symbol of the bull has been a prominent fixture in many traditions, cultures and religions. The bull evokes powerful associations with creativity and productivity. ...

Feminism, What is it Good For?

Prolific writer Roxane Gay, who in 2014 released the novel "An Untamed State" (Grove) and New York Times bestselling essay collection "Bad Feminist" (Harper Per.) is frustrated by not bein ...

Echoes of the AIDS Hysteria as We Battle Ebola

Exactly a decade ago this month I received an email flagged as urgent from Monrovia, Liberia. It was from Lee Johnson, then coordinator of  "Liberian Youths Against HIV/AIDS.” ...

Scorpio Solar Eclipse: Regenerative Journeys

We are taught to be afraid of the dark. We are taught to be afraid of difference. We are taught to be afraid of each other. We are taught to be afraid. Period. ...

Remembering the Life, Love and Legacy of Audre Lorde

Have you ever wondered what unseen photos, faux pas, untold stories, and unfinished works surviving partners of famous people are left with? ...

How the Fight Over Transgender Kids Got a Leading Sex Researcher Fired
nymag.com
February 10, 2016

For transgender activists in North America and around the world, the ouster of one of their biggest enemies in the field of mainstream sex research was a spectacular victory.

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'Orange Is The New Black' Actress Brings The Gay Military Struggle To The Stage
Huffington Post
February 9, 2016

“Orange is the New Black” actress Catherine Curtin sees her latest project, “Burning,” as a way to speak out against the injustices still faced by gay and lesbian service members in the U.S. military.

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Tennessee Teens Fighting To Save Gay Straight Alliance From Being Shut Down Just A Month After Founding It
MTV
February 9, 2016

People have even posted “straight pride” signs in school hallways to protest the GSA.

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Feminism’s Generation Gap
slate.com
February 9, 2016

Gloria Steinem and Madeleine Albright have some message testing to do before stepping out again for Hillary Clinton's campaign. The two Clinton support ...

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Eileen Myles on the Excruciating Pain of Waiting for Love
nymag.com
February 9, 2016

I met this really beautiful woman at an artist colony and we had a terrific affair and if you don’t know it colonies are good for work or no work and this was a no work summer.

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Pro-Rape Meet-Up Canceled After Women’s Boxing Club Threatens to Show Up
New York Mag
February 5, 2016

Professional douchebag Roosh V. has made a name for himself advocating offensive misogynistic positions on his terrible website Return of Kings, and he's collected a handful of devoted followers in the process.

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Indigo Girls: Being Labeled A ‘Lesbian Duo' Often 'Implies Mediocrity'
Huffington Post
February 1, 2016

Amy Ray and Emily Saliers, the women behind the folk band Indigo Girls, are often labeled a "lesbian duo," which they told HuffPost Live isn't necessarily a bad thing -- except when it "implies mediocrity."

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ABC refuses to show Carol ad featuring lesbian love scene
The Guardian
February 1, 2016

The network has rejected a promo for the Cate Blanchett/Rooney Mara romance unless distributors the Weinstein Company ‘provide more coverage’ on both leading stars

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LGBT spiritual group Rivers of Living Water attempts to buy famously anti-gay Atlah Church in Harlem
NY Daily News
February 1, 2016

A spiritual group supporting gay rights wants to scoop up the hate-spewing Atlah Church in Harlem.

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Queer clout in Chicago: Telling gay history beyond Stonewall and the Castro.
slate
February 1, 2016

In 1970, gay activists in Chicago achieved a surprising victory. They successfully pressured the owners of the city’s biggest gay bars to drop their po ...

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David Bowie Bassist Gail Ann Dorsey: 'He Altered My Life'
Rolling Stone
January 26, 2016

David Bowie's bassist Gail Ann Dorsey reflects on her two-decade run playing with David Bowie.

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A Catherine Opie moment in Los Angeles at MOCA and the Hammer
LA Times
January 25, 2016

<p>Catherine Opie is thinking about slowing down these days. Not creatively, by any stretch — the fine-art photographer will have one of the most visible moments of her career this week when two solo exhibitions open

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Inga Beale: ‘Let’s use the words people are uncomfortable using
The Guardian
January 25, 2016

Lloyd’s of London’s Inga Beale came out as bisexual in 2008. Now she is the first woman to rise to the top of the LGBT business power list

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Cate Blanchett takes lesbian love film to Japan
The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
January 25, 2016

TOKYO— Two-time Oscar winner Cate Blanchett brought her latest film, the 1950s lesbian romance “Carol,” to Tokyo.

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Eva Longoria And Other Straight Stars Pose As Gay Couples To Show 'Love Is Love'
Huffington Post
January 25, 2016

A bold and powerful photography project is bringing celebrities together to pose as same-sex couples and families as a way to combat homophobia and provide positive images of recognizable figures engaging in queer relationships.

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Tyrese Gibson Cites Gay Community While Denouncing Oscar Snubs
Instinct
January 25, 2016

Tyrese Gibson has called on Chris Rock to step down as host of the Oscars based on the absence of actors and actresses of color in any of the awards categories. Citing the advocacy of the gay community, he states:

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Italy’s Gay Rights Showdown with the Vatican
The Daily Beast
January 25, 2016

Italy’s parliament is set to decide whether to join the rest of Europe in recognizing same-sex unions or stay on the side of the Catholic Church.

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Why Doesn't Silicon Valley Hire Black Coders?
Bloomberg News
January 21, 2016

Howard University fights to join the tech boom

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'Carol' Sweeps Gay Critics' Dorian Awards
Advocate.com
January 20, 2016

The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association showered the Todd Haynes film with accolades and also honored unsung LGBT favorites like Tangerine and HBO's Looking.

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