Category Archives: LGBT

Please be careful

I found this post a year ago after the tragedy in Orlando and felt the need to share it on Facebook.  I’m sharing it again because I still don’t think people (read: straight people) quite understand. This is what I … Continue reading

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Pride is no excuse for shame

June 1st marks the unofficial (or maybe it is official at this point?) beginning of LGBT Pride month in the US.  While several cities across the country celebrate Pride in other months, June is truly the epicenter of Pride celebrations … Continue reading

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Same-sex marriage in Taiwan

While my heart sank this week reading about two men in Indonesia being publicly beaten, I was pleasantly surprised to read the news yesterday that not too far away on another Pacific island, Taiwan’s highest court ruled that same-sex marriage … Continue reading

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AHCA and the disenfranchised

The American Health Care Act would harm LGBT people, people living with HIV, and Black and Latino Americans, according to Fenway Institute analysis: The Fenway Institute of Fenway Health released a policy brief titled What the American Health Care Act … Continue reading

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iHeart JT

At this weekend’s iHeart Radio Music Awards, Justin Timberlake won the award for Song of the Year for “Can’t Stop the Feeling.” In his acceptance speech, Timberlake spoke on the song and offered some amazing words of encouragement to minorities … Continue reading

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The Australia and New Zealand Banking Group released a simple, beautiful, and touching ad campaign in support of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.  Check it out below.

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Religious Freedom Bills

If you needed some good news this week – here it is. Many “religious freedom” bills and “bathroom” bills have been cropping up in many state legislatures lately.  Proponents argue that these bills are necessary to protect religious beliefs and … Continue reading

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