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Issues impacting LGBT communities of color
Today "Anderson Live" featured Kylan Arianna Wenzel, a trans woman competing in the Miss California USA pageant. Unfortunately, Cooper's co-host asked irrelevant and offensive questions.
The LGBT community in Puerto Rico and everywhere won a big victory when a comedian known for making anti-gay comments
Students from the Hetrick-Martin Institute shared their thoughts on the use of anti-gay slurs with GLAAD, after bisexual rapper Azaelia Banks used the word fa**ot on Twitter, then defended her use of it by saying she meant 'someone who acts like a woman.'
Join Harlem Pride on Saturday, Jan. 12 for a Town Hall outlining its 2013 schedule of events and programmatic efforts.
Yesterday, Scott Lively was in court, arguing for a judge to dismiss charges of human rights violations against the LGBT people of Uganda. Today, the plaintiffs, Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG), will be appearing on HuffPost Live at 3:00 PM EST to discuss the case, yesterday’s hearing, and what they hope for the future.
Facebook removed an anti-gay page aimed at 'outing' Ugandans who were rumored to be gay.
Noted anti-LGBT activist, Scott Lively, will appear in court today. He is being charged with “crimes against humanity” by the Ugandan LGBT advocacy organization, Sexual Minorities in Uganda (SMUG). Today, a judge will hold a hearing on Lively’s petition to dismiss the charges.
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