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BigGayNews for Monday, December 11, 2017

  Today’s Top Headlines Top Swiss Football Referee Comes Out As Gay Nureyev: Controversial ‘Banned’ Russian Ballet About Gay Soviet Dancer Finally Premieres At Bolshoi Bermuda Is Set To Be The First Country To End […]

A Landmark For Gay Cinema – And One Of The Best Jewish Films In Years

The Times of Israel reports that since its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival this January, director Luca Guadagnino’s film “Call Me By Your Name” has had audiences swooning and sobbing with its poignant look […]

Bermuda Is Set To Be The First Country To End Marriage Equality

LGBTQNation reports that the Bermudian parliament is set to pass a ban on same-sex marriage several months after a gay couple won the right to marry in court. Read the full story from LGBTQNation 

Nureyev: Controversial ‘Banned’ Russian Ballet About Gay Soviet Dancer Finally Premieres At Bolshoi

The Independent reports that playwright hails Moscow performance from only director willing to ‘cover the full range of human sexuality’ while Kirill Serebrennikov missed his own premiere as he remains under house arrest. Read the full […]

Top Swiss Football Referee Comes Out As Gay

GayStarNews reports that Pascal Erlachner has come out as gay, and is believed to be the first man in Swiss professional football to come out. Read the full story at GayStarNews 

BigGayNews for Friday, December 8, 2017

  Today’s Top Headlines ‘Exorcist’ Showrunner Slams Fans Offended By Gay Kiss Uganda’s Only LGBTI Film Festival Is At Risk Of Not Opening San Francisco Voted ‘Most Welcoming City’ In New LGBTQ Travel Poll Washington […]

Washington May Be About To Recognize A Third Gender For The First Time

Pink News reports that Washington may soon give non-binary people legal recognition, as the state has proposed adding a third gender, labeled ‘X’, to official documents like driving licenses and birth certificates. Read the full […]

San Francisco Voted ‘Most Welcoming City’ In New LGBTQ Travel Poll

LGBTQNation reports that GayCities, the world’s most popular LGBTQ community-driven city guide and travel site, today announced winners of its annual “Best of GayCities” program. Read the full story at LGBTQNation

Uganda’s Only LGBTI Film Festival Is At Risk Of Not Opening

GayStarNews reports that one of Uganda’s only LGBTIQ events is in danger of not running, only two days before it’s due to start. Read the full story at GayStarNews

‘Exorcist’ Showrunner Slams Fans Offended By Gay Kiss

The Washington Blade reports that “The Exorcist” executive producer Jeremy Slater had some harsh remarks for fans offended by a gay kiss scene in a recent episode. Read the full story at the Washington Blade

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