From Russia Shutting Down LGBT Rights Group to Hate Speech Rising in Europe, This Week in Int'l LGBT News

Russia shut down its largest LGBT rights group, and hate speech against LGBT people is rising...

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GOP Attacks on LGBT Expand Beyond Florida

Florida’s GOP, led by Gov. Ron DeSantis, has proposed and passed some of the most hateful...

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FLoatarama Ready to Set Sail

Pride flags waving in the wind, music blaring from boats, and socially distanced...

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Barnes & Noble Faces Restraining Order Over LGBT Books in Virginia

Gov. Ron DeSantis isn’t the only one going after books. In Virginia, Barnes & Noble might...

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Wilton Manors Tweaks Marijuana Policy

America’s relationship with marijuana remains a muddled mess. Possession and use remain a...

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Pets | Spot: A 'Spectacular' Dog

Shelter volunteers and staff at the Humane Society of Broward County only have wonderful things...

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From LGBT Texans Embracing Themselves in Pageant to Hate Crimes Rising in Massachusetts, This Week in Across the Country

This week read about LGBT Texans participating in a pageant, and locals denying the existence of...

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Another Health Crisis for LGBT Community

There’s a new health crisis putting LGBT people at risk: Monkeypox.

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Local Bi Man to Take Over Bay Area Chamber of Commerce

Daniel Sohn is on the move again. Sohn, the former Haverhill councilman, is set to take the...

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From an LGBT Org Pocketing Money Instead of Helping Community to Anti-Gay Lies Going Viral in Haiti, This Week in Int'l LGBT News

A trans Ghanaian is claiming that an LGBT group is not helping the community despite claiming to...

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Zander Moricz: Youngest Plaintiff in the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Lawsuit

Conservatives may have won the battle of the “Don’t Say Gay” law, but the war is just...

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Banned Book of the Week: ‘Two Boys Kissing’

The war on books rages on as Polk County District calls for 16 books to be banned from public...

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Playing with Pride: Senegal PSG Player Under Fire After Missing Game Supporting LGBT Rights

After missing a game last week amid accusations that he refused to play because he did not want...

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From A Law Making it Harder to Sue Doctors to Trans Teen Forced into Foster Care, This Week in Across the Country

South Carolina passed a law that makes it harder to sue doctors who refuse to perform...

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Lesbians Tough Out Wins In Oregon

Lesbians can look to Oregon for inspiration as the midterm elections heat up.

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Local Non-profit Takes Trash and Turns it into Art

One person sees an empty hummus container and thinks, “I need to add hummus to the grocery...

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Preparations Underway for Stonewall Parade & Party

It’s been three years, 2019, since Wilton Manors hosted a “normal” Stonewall Pride...

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'Don’t Say Gay' Student Leader Says School Stopping Run for Student Leadership

(WB) Jack Petocz, a Flagler Palm Coast High School junior, organized a state-wide student...

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From Tokyo Starting Same-sex Partnership System to Malta Receiving Top Spot for 'Rainbow Europe,' This Week in Int'l LGBT News

Tokyo is starting a new same-sex partnership system, and Malta received high honors in "Rainbow...

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Federal Court Rules Against Tennessee’s Anti-Trans Restroom Sign Law

(LA Blade) A U.S. District Court on Tuesday struck down the Tennessee law...

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