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Gay couple film themselves being turned away from restaurant in Mexico 

 

A gay couple in Mexico captured footage of a restaurant owner refusing them service.

Rubén Veliz, 29, and Edwin Contreras, 27, had gone to dine at Pozole Y Tacos (#1200-B Coloniza Colinas de San Jerónimo), Monterrey, Nuevo León, at around 5pm on Sunday (28 April). Veliz tells Gay Star News he has visited the establishment several times previously.

However, on this occasion, on seeing the men holding hands, the restaurant’s owner refused to serve them.

He allegedly screamed at them over holding hands, calling it ‘bullshit’, and insisting he had every right to refuse service.

Gay Star News

Tags: All Rights, Discrimination, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay, Gay Rights, Protections, Restaurant, Supremacy, World

Filed under: Gay+

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03-May-2019


Trump Announces 'Conscience Rule' That Threatens LGBTQ Health Care 

 

The Department of Health and Human Services today announced its final “conscience rule” excusing health care personnel from participating in procedures to which they have religious or moral objections.

Activists have warned that the rule could jeopardize health care for LGBTQ people, such as those seeking gender-confirmation procedures or HIV treatment and prevention services, as well as women seeking contraception or abortion.

A draft of the rule was released in January 2018 so that HHS’s Office for Civil Rights could receive comments from the public on it. Donald Trump announced the finalization of the rule during a Rose Garden speech this morning for the National Day of Prayer, and HHS published the final rule on its website.

Advocate

How Trump's "Conscience" Rule Will Cause More Traumatic Health Experiences Like Mine

Tags: Abortion, Discrimination, Environment, Hate, Health, Hostility, LGBTQ, Medical, Medicine, Religion, Support, Transgender, Treatment, Woman's Rights

Filed under: Health/Food

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02-May-2019


Bipartisan Bill Seeks LGBTQ Housing Protections 

 

New legislation could extend housing protections to LGBTQ individuals nationwide.

U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider, an Illinois Democrat, Tuesday introduced legislation to extend consistent nondiscrimination rules. The Fair and Equal Housing Act of 2019 would cover sexual orientation and gender identity the same as race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status or disability.

“No American should face discrimination finding a home because of who they are or who they love,” Schneider said in a press release.

“Yet the majority of states still have no laws prohibiting housing discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. I am proud to lead this long overdue bipartisan bill to extend federal protections to ensure all LGBTQ individuals and same-sex couples can access housing without prejudice. I am also pleased that these important housing protections were incorporated into the Equality Act, and I look forward to voting on this anti-discrimination package soon.”

Advocate

Tags: Activism, Discrimination, Environment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Fighting Back, Gay Rights, Govt, Home, Inclusion, Laws, Protections, Real Estate, Safety

Filed under: Gay+

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01-May-2019


United Airlines employee accused of directing racial slurs at passenger 
 

A United Airlines employee has been criminally charged and could be fired after she was accused of using racial slurs to scold a black passenger at Houston's airport, according to police.

Carmella Davano was cited for using profane and abusive language in a public place after Cacilie Hughes and witnesses told police that the United Airlines employee told her to "stop making monkey faces" and "stop making monkey shines," Houston Police spokesman Kese Smith said.

Witnesses also told police that Davano was saying she thought Hughes was on drugs, Smith said.

NBC News

Tags: All Rights, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Hostility, Privilege, Racism, Respect, Travel, Treatment

Filed under: Health/Food

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23-Apr-2019


How the Supreme Court Case on LGBT Rights Could Set Us Back Decades 

 

It’s been almost four years since the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage for everyone, and yet, anti-LGBT discrimination remains a real problem in much of this country. In a majority of states, LGBT folks can be fired or otherwise discriminated against for no reason other than their sexual orientation or gender identity. That may change though, as yesterday the Supreme Court agreed to hear three cases that could fix this problem — or possibly set anti-discrimination law back decades.

How is it that anti-LGBT job discrimination is still allowed? Well, we can blame Congressional Republicans for that. Every time Democrats have attempted to change Title VII — the federal law that protects against discrimination in employment — to include sexual orientation and gender identity, they have been met with fierce opposition from Republicans.

Rolling Stone

Tags: All Rights, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Equality, Gay Rights, Homophobia, Laws, LGBTQ, Politics, Preservation, Protections, Religion, Safety

Filed under: Gay+

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23-Apr-2019


Gay Couples 73% More Likely to Be Denied By Mortgage Lenders Than Straight Couples: Study

 

A new study, looking at mortgage data from 1990 to 2015 finds that gay couples were 73% more likely to be denied in their mortgage applications than heterosexuals. And those who did get approved often faced higher rates.

On average, gay borrowers paid an extra 0.2% in interest and fees, adding up to an extra $86 million per year. Same-sex couples, however, do not present a higher default risk, said study authors Hua Sun and Lei Gao.

Fortune

Tags: All Rights, Discrimination, Environment, Finance, Home, Interest, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Real Estate, Treatment

Filed under: Health/Food

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17-Apr-2019


CHINA HAS CREATED A RACIST A.I. TO TRACK MUSLIMS 

 

The Chinese government is using facial-recognition software to “track and control” a predominantly Muslim minority group, according to a disturbing new report from The New York Times. The Chinese government has reportedly integrated artificial intelligence into its security cameras to identify the Uighurs and appears to be using the information to monitor the persecuted group. The report, based on the accounts of whistleblowers familiar with the systems and a review of databases used by the government and law enforcement, suggests the authoritarian country has opened up a new frontier in the use of A.I. for racist social control—and raises the discomfiting possibility that other governments could adopt similar practices.

Two people familiar with the matter told the Times that police in the Chinese city of Sanmenxia screened whether residents were Uighurs 500,000 times in a single month. Documents provided to the paper reportedly show demand for the technology is ballooning: more than 20 departments in 16 provinces sought access to the camera system, in one case writing that it “should support facial recognition to identify Uighur/non-Uighur attributes.” This, experts say, is more than enough to raise red flags. “I don’t think it’s overblown to treat this as an existential threat to democracy,” Jonathan Frankle, an A.I. researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, told the Times. “Once a country adopts a model in this heavy authoritarian mode, it’s using data to enforce thought and rules in a much more deep-seated fashion than might have been achievable 70 years ago in the Soviet Union. To that extent, this is an urgent crisis we are slowly sleepwalking our way into.”

Vanity Fair

Tags: All Rights, Discrimination, Environment, Profiling, Safety, Security, Tech, World

Filed under: Gay+

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15-Apr-2019


Stars Help L.A. LGBT Center Open Campus for Youth and Seniors 

 

The Los Angeles LGBT Center Sunday opened the first phase of its Anita May Rosenstein Campus, a two-acre complex in Hollywood designed to serve LGBTQ youth and seniors, making it the world’s first intergenerational LGBTQ facility.

The opening was celebrated with a six-hour block party featuring celebrities including Lily Tomlin, Kathy Griffin, and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, along with guided tours and musical performances by Betty Who, VINCINT, the Trans Chorus of Los Angeles, and Alexandra Billings.

The campus includes 100 beds for homeless youth, a new Senior Community Center, a Youth Drop-In Center, and the Ariadne Getty Foundation Youth Academy. It will also house the organization’s headquarters, being relocated from the McDonald/Wright Building, which will be transformed entirely into a health center. The second phase of the campus, scheduled to open in mid-2020, will have 99 units of affordable housing for seniors and 25 supportive housing apartments for youth.

Advocate

Taylor Swift made a major donation to an LGBTQ group to fight Tennessee’s ‘slate of hate’ laws

Attorney General will investigate hostile work environment & issues LGBTQ nondiscrimination order

Tags: All Rights, Celebration, Celebrity, Center, Charity, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Equality, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Finance, Inclusion, Laws, LGBTQ, Politics, Program, Protection, Representation, Seniors, Unity, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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09-Apr-2019


Hate Crimes Spiked 226% in Counties Where Trump Held Rallies 

 

Counties where Donald Trump held rallies leading up to the 2016 presidential election saw a huge increase in hate crimes, according to a new analysis.

“We found that counties that had hosted a 2016 Trump campaign rally saw a 226 percent increase in reported hate crimes over comparable counties that did not host such a rally,” researchers Ayal Feinberg, Regina Branton, and Valerie Martinez-Ebers wrote in The Washington Post. Feinberg is a Ph.D. candidate in political science at University of North Texas, and Branton and Martinez-Ebers are professors there.

Advocate

Wisconsin gay couple may be evicted from home for flying rainbow flag

A Liberal Jewish Seminary Says It Will No Longer Ordain Gay Student

A Trump supporter allegedly used gay slurs before attacking a man with a sword outside a roller rink

Tennessee Republicans pass bill to allow adoption agencies to discriminate against gay couples

The Texas senate just approved a bill that would allow doctors to refuse LGBTQ patients

Homosexuality and Adultery Are Now Punishable With Death by Stoning in Brunei. Here's What to Know

Utah just upgraded their ‘worthless’ hate crimes law, while Indiana passed a worthless one

Tags: Adoption, Attack, Children, Crime, Death, Discrimination, Education, Employment, Environment, Hate, Home, Homophobia, Injury, Interference, Judgement, Laws, LGBTQ, Medical, New World Order, Politics, Protections, Protest, Punishment, Religion, Representation, Safety, Sex, Study, Supremacy, Threat, Violence, Weapon, World, Youth

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03-Apr-2019


A second counselor at this Indiana Catholic school will lose her job over same-sex marriage 

 

A second guidance counselor at an Indiana Catholic school has been told she will lose her job because she is in a same-sex marriage.

A lawyer for Lynn Starkey, co-director of guidance at Roncalli High School, says school officials told her that her contract will not be renewed for the 2019-2020 school year.

"Starkey’s 39 years of exemplary employment, including teacher of the year recognition in 2009, will end because she is in a same-sex marriage and because she filed discrimination complaints," attorney Kathleen DeLaney said Monday in an emailed statement.

Delaney said she will amend a discrimination charge Starkey filed in November with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to include the fact that Starkey is losing her job.

USA Today

Tags: All Rights, Discrimination, Education, Employment, Environment, Equality, Gay Rights, Policy, Religion

Filed under: Gay+

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26-Mar-2019


Transgender man claims Catholic hospital refused to perform a hysterectomy on him. Now, he’s suing. 

 

A transgender man has filed a lawsuit against a Catholic hospital for refusing to perform a hysterectomy on him for religious reasons, Newsweek reported.

The lawsuit filed Thursday by the American Civil Liberties Union claims that St. Joseph Hospital in California discriminated against Oliver Knight because he is transgender.

"The refusal of St. Joseph to allow a doctor to perform a medically necessary procedure because the patient is transgender is discriminatory," Jessica Riggin, a lawyer who is representing Knight, said in a statement. "This is a hospital that is open to the general public so even though it's religiously affiliated, it's illegal for them to turn away someone based on gender identity. Everyone should be able to get the care they need."

The Blaze

Tags: All Rights, Court, Discrimination, Environment, Health, Insensitivity, Medical, Religion, Transgender

Filed under: Gay+

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25-Mar-2019


This high school prom bans same-sex guests, even after a lawsuit about it 

 
 

A high school is coming under fire for banning same-sex guests at their prom.

Students at Tremont Attendance Center, a public school in Tremont, Mississippi, were told to sign paperwork that bans same-sex guests to prom.

“Guests must be 10th grade-21 years old and of the opposite sex,” a liability release form says.

“This is a night set aside to honor and celebrate our Juniors and Seniors and will be treated as such,” the form says in the same paragraph, possibly as an explanation for the ban on same-sex guests.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Activism, Backlash, Celebration, Discrimination, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Judgement, LGBTQ, Parental Pride, Politics, Supremacy, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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12-Mar-2019


Arrests and unrest in Sacramento as Becerra also declines to file charges in Stephon Clark shooting 

 

Sacramento police arrested 84 people Monday night, including journalists, during a protest over the district attorney’s decision not to charge two officers who in March 2018 shot Stephon Clark, a black man holding a cellphone.

Among those arrested for refusal to disperse were local clergy members who had worked with the city for nearly a year to prevent tense protests like those that overtook the city following the shooting. Those protests ended up closing a freeway and blocking access to an NBA game.

LA Times

Tags: All Rights, Chaos, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Inciting Future Hate, Inciting Violence, Investigation, Judgement, Justice, Murder, Parental Burden, Politics, Racism, Supremacy, Treatment, Violence

Filed under: Gay+

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05-Mar-2019


'Sad day for democracy': Mayor vetoes Alaska city's newly passed LGBTQ protections 

 

Just days after the city council of Fairbanks, Alaska, voted in favor of an LGBTQ anti-discrimination ordinance, the city’s mayor announced he plans to veto the measure.

NBC News

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Americans, Backlash, Discrimination, Environment, Gay Rights, Laws, Politics, Protections, Veto

Filed under: Gay+

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03-Mar-2019


CBP facing lawsuit after border agent detains women for speaking Spanish 

 

Two women who were detained by a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agent for speaking Spanish at a grocery store in Montana are suing the agency.

Mimi Hernandez and Ana Suda filed the lawsuit on Thursday with the assistance of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) after May’s incident, which was recorded and went viral.

In the footage, CBP agent Paul O’Neal can be heard telling the women — both American citizens — “I saw that you guys are speaking Spanish, which is very unheard of up here.”

O’Neal also says the women are being detained because of “speaking Spanish in the store, in a state where it’s predominantly English-speaking.”

Think Progress

Tags: All Rights, Bullying, Court, Discrimination, Environment, Exclusivity, Fighting Back, Harassment, Language, Laws, Policy, Politics, Supremacy

Filed under: Gay+

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18-Feb-2019




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