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Chasten Buttigieg Slams Lauren Boebert a Hypocrite Over her 'Shoutout' to America's Dads

Chasten Buttigieg Slams Lauren Boebert a Hypocrite Over her 'Shoutout' to America's Dads

POLITICS | By Emell Adolphus | Jun 23, 2022

Chasten Buttigieg, the husband of Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg took a not-so-subtle swipe at Rep. Lauren Boebert on Twitter for attacking Pete's family time.

North Carolina Football Club Underscores Commitment as a Safe Place for Gay Fans, Allies and Players

North Carolina Football Club Underscores Commitment as a Safe Place for Gay Fans, Allies and Players

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jun 23, 2022

The North Carolina Football Club has long been a champion of inclusivity and acceptance, as evidenced by their commitment to providing a safe environment for gay fans, allies, and players.

Chelsea Manning Memoir to be Published in October

Chelsea Manning Memoir to be Published in October

NATIONAL | Jun 23, 2022

A memoir by Chelsea Manning will come out this fall. The book is titled "README.txt," and it's scheduled for release on Oct. 18.

Biden Administration Moves to Expand Title IX Protections to LGBTQ+ Students

Biden Administration Moves to Expand Title IX Protections to LGBTQ+ Students

NATIONAL | By Collin Binkley | Jun 23, 2022

The Biden administration proposed a dramatic overhaul of campus sexual assault rules on Thursday, acting to expand protections for LGBTQ students, bolster the rights of victims and widen colleges' responsibilities in addressing sexual misconduct.

MetaPride Land Brings Pride to the Metaverse

MetaPride Land Brings Pride to the Metaverse

PRIDE | Jun 23, 2022

MetaPride Land, a universally safe-space for the global LGBTQ+ community, will launch later this week in Decentraland, The Sandbox, and Voxels, three of the world's leading metaverse platforms.

Swimming's New Transgender Policy Could Impact Other Sports

Swimming's New Transgender Policy Could Impact Other Sports

SPORTS | By Eddie Pells | Jun 23, 2022

Bans on transgender women in international swimming and rugby this week opened the door for track and field to consider following suit in what could turn into a wave of policy changes in Olympic sports.

WHO Considers Declaring Monkeypox a Global Health Emergency

WHO Considers Declaring Monkeypox a Global Health Emergency

INTERNATIONAL | By Maria Cheng | Jun 23, 2022

WHO's decision to act only after the disease spilled into the West could entrench the grotesque inequities that arose between rich and poor countries during the coronavirus pandemic.

CDC Reports Alarming Meningococcal Disease Outbreak Amongst Gay and Bisexual Men in Florida

CDC Reports Alarming Meningococcal Disease Outbreak Amongst Gay and Bisexual Men in Florida

NATIONAL | Jun 23, 2022

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Florida Department of Health are investigating "one of the worst outbreaks of meningococcal disease among gay and bisexual men in U.S. history."

James Rado, who Co-Created Groundbreaking 'Hair,' Dies at 90

James Rado, who Co-Created Groundbreaking 'Hair,' Dies at 90

OBITUARIES | By Mark Kennedy | Jun 22, 2022

James Rado, co-creator of the groundbreaking hippie musical "Hair," which celebrated protest, pot and free love and paved the way for the sound of rock on Broadway, has died. He was 90.

Gay Mormon Dad Talks About Coming Out, Co-parenting

Gay Mormon Dad Talks About Coming Out, Co-parenting

FAMILY | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 22, 2022

In a Pride month-themed interview, a gay Mormon dad and his former wife discussed how he struggled with his faith and sexuality before eventually coming out and freeing them both to live a happier new life.

Stonewall Visitor Center will be Dedicated to LGBTQ+ History

Stonewall Visitor Center will be Dedicated to LGBTQ+ History

NATIONAL | By Karen Matthews | Jun 22, 2022

A visitor center dedicated to telling the story of the LGBTQ rights movement will open next door to the Stonewall Inn, according to an announcement Tuesday by the nonprofit that will manage the center in partnership with the National Park Service.

George Chauncey Wins $500,000 Library of Congress Award

George Chauncey Wins $500,000 Library of Congress Award

NATIONAL | Jun 22, 2022

Historian George Chauncey has received a $500,000 lifetime achievement award from the Library of Congress, the John W. Kluge Prize, the first time the honor has gone to a scholar in LGBTQ studies.

Texas GOP Begins Blatantly Calling LGBTQ+ People 'Abnormal'

Texas GOP Begins Blatantly Calling LGBTQ+ People 'Abnormal'

POLITICS | By Emell Adolphus | Jun 21, 2022

At its biennial convention, the Texas GOP party adopted a 40-page platform guiding the party's principles that would reject trans identities and LGBTQ people, including Log Cabin Republicans.

UK to Offer Vaccines to Some Gay Men to Stop Monkeypox

UK to Offer Vaccines to Some Gay Men to Stop Monkeypox

INTERNATIONAL | Jun 21, 2022

British health officials will start offering vaccines to gay and bisexual men at the highest risk of catching monkeypox, in an effort to curb the biggest outbreak of the disease beyond Africa.

Inspired by Josh Cavallo, Irish Pro Rugby Player Comes Out

Inspired by Josh Cavallo, Irish Pro Rugby Player Comes Out

SPORTS | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 21, 2022

Irish pro rugby player Nick McCarthy has come out of the closet, citing out Australian soccer star Josh Cavallo and an openly bisexual teammate as inspirations.

Elon Musk's Transgender Daughter Seeks Name Change, Wants to Break Family Ties

Elon Musk's Transgender Daughter Seeks Name Change, Wants to Break Family Ties

NATIONAL | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 21, 2022

Elon Musk's transgender daughter filed for a name change to reflect her gender identity and said, "I no longer live with or wish to be related to my biological father in any way, shape or form."

Lebanon Latest in Mideast to Detect 1st Case of Monkeypox

Lebanon Latest in Mideast to Detect 1st Case of Monkeypox

INTERNATIONAL | Jun 21, 2022

Lebanon's Health Ministry said Monday authorities have detected the country's first case of monkeypox in a person who returned from abroad and is now isolating at home.

California Eyes Banning Loitering for Prostitution Arrests

California Eyes Banning Loitering for Prostitution Arrests

CRIME | By Don Thompson | Jun 21, 2022

California lawmakers on Monday finally sent Gov. Gavin Newsom a hot potato of a bill that would bar police from making arrests on a charge of loitering for prostitution, nine months after the measure passed the Legislature.

Drag Queen Blasts GOP Candidate for Arizona Governor

Drag Queen Blasts GOP Candidate for Arizona Governor

POLITICS | By Jonathan J. Cooper | Jun 20, 2022

Keri Lake, candidate for Arizona governor, jumped onto the latest cultural grievance on the right — children attending family-friendly drag events — but a popular Phoenix drag performer says Lake has frequented his performances.

Wife of WNBA's Brittney Griner Tells AP Scheduled Call Never Happened

Wife of WNBA's Brittney Griner Tells AP Scheduled Call Never Happened

SPORTS | By Eric Tucker and Doug Feinberg | Jun 20, 2022

WNBA star Brittney Griner tried to call her wife nearly a dozen times through the American embassy in Russia on the couple's fourth anniversary Saturday, but they never connected.

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