ST. LOUIS — Three of the seven members of a suburban St. Louis school board have resigned amid a debate over a transgender high school student’s request to be allowed to use the girls bathrooms.
Charlie Lanigan is standing up for the little guy and taking his fight to the people.
Egypt is controlling their media by denying any depiction of LGBT support.
Intersectionality. Storytelling. Skill building. Those were just some of the topics and themes at this year’s LGBT media conference.
A lawsuit filed by White Winston Select Asset Funds in the Suffolk County Civil Court of Massachusetts has led to a seizure of the all of the assets and cash on hand of Multi Media Platforms Worldwide, which had promoted itself as the world’s largest gay media conglomerate.
Last week Florida Press Club announced the winners of its 62nd Excellence in Journalism Competition and SFGN took home 3 awards.
The National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association will host the 2014 LGBT Media Journalists Convening on Friday, Feb. 28 to Sunday, March 2 in Washington, D.C. This year’s theme is ‘Honing Our Game’ and will focus on skill building.