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Trump’s Transgender Ban In Military Will Focus On New Enlistments

NPR reports that transgender members of the U.S. military would be subject to removal at Defense Secretary James Mattis’ discretion — and the service would bar transgender people from enlisting, under new White House guidelines […]

Scottish Same-Sex Couple Adoptions Double In Three Years

Pink News reports that figures released this month show that adoptions in Scotland by same-sex couples have doubled since 2013. Read the full story from Pink News 

Three Aussie Drag Queens Beat Up Violent Homophobes

The San Diego Gay & Lesbian News reports that three Australian drag queens went toe to toe with homophobic attackers, saving a young man from being severely beaten. Read the full story at the San […]

An Inspired Sex Farce, “Don’t Dress for Dinner” at the New Gremlin Space

Watch out! This hilarious sex comedy has more entanglements than cats wrestling with a ball of twine. In playwright Marc Camoletti’s Don’t Dress for Dinner a husband, Bernard (Peter Christian Hansen), expects his wife, Jacqueline […]

John McEnroe Wants A Mass Same-Sex Wedding In Margaret Court Arena

Advocate.com reports that the American tennis champion proposed a unique response to the Australian player’s anti-LGBT diatribe. Read the full story from Advocate.com 

Violence And Abuse In LGBTQ Relationships Is Common – But It’s Harder To Spot

The Washington Post reports that when one survey asked LGBTQ victims of intimate-partner violence “where do you seek help?”, the most common answer was: Nowhere. Read the full story from The Washington Post 

Albania Gay Groups’ Pride Not To Be Hindered By Opposition

ABC News reports that gay rights organizations in Albania say they have been assured their annual pride event will not be hindered on the day when the oppositions also has planned a national protest. Read […]

LGBT Activists Arrested At May Day Protest In Russia

Advocate.com reports that LGBT rights activists were arrested Monday during a May Day demonstration in St. Petersburg for protesting the human rights abuses against gay and bisexual men in Chechnya, a semiautonomous republic within Russia. […]

Gay Couple’s Lawsuit Against Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis Is Back On After Court Ruling

NPR reports that just half-a-year after a federal judge tossed out three lawsuits against Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who grabbed headlines in 2015 for denying marriage licenses to same-sex couples on religious grounds, a […]

In Hong Kong’s Bid For Gay Games, A Bid For Equality In Asia

CNN reports that when Donald Tsim, a native of Hong Kong living in London, competed in the 1998 Gay Games in Amsterdam, he had never felt more free to be himself, and hopes that Hong […]

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