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Sony is planning to make Spider-Man bisexual and give him a boyfriend 
 

A bisexual Spider-Man could be coming to a cinema near you if producers at Sony get their way.

Movies, games and TV site We Got This Covered say reliable sources confirm Sony is developing a live action Spider-Verse movie.

The movie will unite current Spider-Man actor Tom Holland with his predecessors, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield.

The sources also say that Sony particularly wants to get Garfield back as they want him to portray a bisexual version of the hero. And they plan to give him a boyfriend.

Gay Star News

Tags: Bi, Comics, Entertainment, Film, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Representation, Support

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12-Feb-2020


‘Change Has Come’: Virginia Will Be 1st Southern State to Ban LGBT Discrimination 

 

Virginia is set to become the first Southern state to ban LGBT discrimination, after both the House and Senate approved the Virginia Values Act on Thursday.

The Washington Post reports: A sweeping LGBT-rights bill banning discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations sailed out of the Virginia Senate on a bipartisan vote Thursday. … The bill also would for the first time apply Virginia’s civil rights protections to public accommodations like restaurants and stores — not just for the LGBT community but also for racial minorities, women and religious groups. The House of Delegates was poised to approve an identical bill later Thursday. The Senate and House bills have to cross over to the opposite chamber and win passage again before Gov. Ralph Northam (D), who requested the legislation, can sign them into law. But those steps were regarded as mere technicalities by advocates cheering what they regard as landmark human rights legislation.

Towleroad

Tags: All Rights, Awareness, Celebration, Environment, Equality, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Fighting Back, History, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Politics, Representation, Respect, Safety, Treatment, Unity

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06-Feb-2020


Boston — which has raised LGBT flag at City Hall — doesn't have to raise Christian flag, judge rules 

 

A judge ruled that the city of Boston — which has raised an LGBT flag at City Hall Plaza — isn't required to raise a Christian flag as requested by a religious group, the Boston Herald reported.

What are the details?

U.S. District Court Judge Denise Casper on Tuesday denied a summary judgment for Harold Shurtleff and his Camp Constitution organization that claimed discrimination in a lawsuit after the city rejected their request to fly a Christian flag on a City Hall flagpole, the paper said.

While the city has maintained that flying a Christian flag would be akin to favoring a particular religion, Camp Constitution's 2019 federal complaint stated that Boston several times has flown the Turkish flag — which has Islamic symbolism — as well as the Vatican flag.

The Blaze

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Court, Environment, Flag, Inclusion, Judgement, LGBTQ, Religion, Representation

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05-Feb-2020


‘Nearly all’ LGB kids are using online porn to learn about their sexuality
 

Lesbian, gay and bi kids are using online porn to make up for ‘rubbish’ sex education in schools and to discover their sexuality.

That’s one of the main findings of a new report by the British Board of Film Classification. The BBFC is the UK organization responsible for rating all films – including pornography – to make sure they are age appropriate.

Researchers found that some children start accessing porn as young as seven. At that age they often find it by chance.

But by the time they reach their mid teens they are using porn deliberately. In particular they use it to answer their questions about sex as well as for sexual gratification.

Similarly, nearly all the lesbian, gay or bisexual (LGB) teens in the study had learned more about their sexuality by watching pornography.

Moreover, several had only realised they are lesbian, gay or bi by watching porn.

Gay Star News

Tags: All Rights, Awareness, Children, Education, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Nature, Parental Burden, Representation, Sex, World, Youth

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31-Jan-2020


Trump administration removed LGBTQ protections from Department of Interior guidelines 

 

During the Obama administration, that list was “race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, or disability.”

The words “sexual orientation” were crossed out in red in a draft of a letter obtained by the HuffPost that was sent by then-Deputy Interior Secretary David Bernhardt in August 2017.

The organization Friends of the Earth obtained the letter through a FOIA request.

A spokesperson for the DOI said that the words “sexual orientation” are not necessary in the expression and are already covered by the word “sex.”

“Per the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, under Title VII the term ‘sex’ includes gender, gender identity, transgender status, sexual orientation, and pregnancy,” the spokesperson said, calling the elimination of the words a “non-story.”

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Discrimination, Exclusivity, Fear, Inclusion, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Men In Charge, Misrepresentation, Policy, Politics, Privilege, Protections, Supremacy, Treatment

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28-Jan-2020


There Is No Such Thing as 'Equal but Different' Gender Roles 

 

Religious groups are often at the forefront of upholding gender as predetermined and loaded with a set of immutable obligations. Seemingly in response to pressure to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment in Utah, the Church of Latter-Day Saints this month produced a statement regarding Mormons and feminism that echoes Schlafly’s concerns about upholding gender roles:

“Gender is an important part of who we are?—both before, during, and after this life. Men and women are equal?—one is not superior to the other. They are also different, with different roles within a family.”

What the statement doesn’t say is that these “different roles” in a religious context are generally that of executive and manager, with men as head of the family, overseeing all executive decisions, and women as coordinators, taking on the work of implementing those plans on a day-to-day basis. Anyone who has ever worked in an office understands that those roles are not equal and recognize this language as the same a CEO uses when insisting that every employee is valuable. What the boss isn’t saying is that some employees are absolutely more valuable than others and the entire corporate system is built around a hierarchy in which respect very often only flows upward. Erasing gender lines differentiating those in charge from those taking orders overthrows the entire system, and even criticism insisting that women are already equal and don’t really need these protections reads as fearful of what happens to the hierarchy if we remove dividers we’ve created between the roles of women and the roles of men.

Jezebel

Tags: All Rights, Confusing, Environment, Equality, Feminism, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Religion, Sex Identity, Survival, Youth

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27-Jan-2020


The LGBTQ+ Community Is Not Inclusive 

Taylor

Tags: Awareness, Environment, Gay, Hate, Hypocrisy, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Respect, Video Gay Swatch

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08-Jan-2020


Students win court case against school that suspended them for wearing rainbow clothes 

 

South Korean students attending the Presbyterian University and Theological Seminary have won a court battle after the university suspended them for wearing rainbow clothes.

The students were initially suspended last year, after they wore rainbow clothing to a university chapel on International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia.

The students wore the clothes to show their support for the LGBTQ community. However, the university was worried it would be seen as endorsing homosexuality, so they suspended the students.

Gay Times

Tags: Court, Education, Environment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Inclusion, Judgement, LGBTQ, Representation, Respect, Treatment, World, Youth

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21-Jul-2019


Black gay New York City councillor announces Congress bid 

 

A gay Bronx councillor has announced his bid for a House of Representatives seat, but his foe is a man who doesn’t believe in marriage equality.

Ritchie Torres today (15 July) announced his bid for the House seat in a video posted to YouTube.

The 31-year-old Democrat made history as the first openly gay man to hold elected office in the New York City borough earlier this year.

Gay Star News

Tags: Activism, Gay, Inclusion, Leaders, Men In Charge, Politics, Representation, Voting

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16-Jul-2019


Spider-Man star Zach Barack says superhero movies are “inherently trans” 

 

Zach Barack has a unique perspective on the superhero genre.

The 23-year-old actor plays Peter Parker’s high school friend in blockbuster sequel Spider-Man: Far From Home, making him the first openly trans person to star in a Marvel movie, alongside Tyler Luke Cunningham as a featured extra.

Speaking to Variety at the Los Angeles premiere of the new Spider-Man movie, Zach opened up about how “meaningful” the role is for him, and argued that there’s something “very inherently trans” about superhero movies.

“I’m not by any means an expert on comics, but I read them growing up, you know, and they were important,” he said.

“And there’s something very inherently trans about those stories, especially ones where identity and hidden identity is part of them.

Gay Times

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Comics, Entertainment, Film, Inclusion, Interview, LGBTQ, Perception, Representation, Trans, World

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28-Jun-2019


To celebrate the big spirit of Pride, LEGO created the world's tiniest Pride parade 

 

LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Yonkers, New York, is commemorating this year’s historic Pride celebration piece by piece.

LEGOLAND is marking the 50th anniversary Stonewall uprising with an installation of “The World’s Tiniest Pride Parade,” to commemorate the birth of the modern LGBT movement in 1969.

GMA

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Awareness, Business, Celebration, Dedication, Entertainment, Environment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Pride, Support, Toys

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28-Jun-2019


Gay ex-college football player Brandon Davis to appear on MTV dating show 

 

Outsports readers tuning in for Wednesday night’s premiere of MTV’s “Are You The One?” might notice a familiar face.

Former Louisiana Tech running back and Montana State rugby player Brandon Davis will appear on the MTV dating show, premiering June 26 at 9 p.m. EDT.

Davis shared his coming out story with Outsports in 2016 and has continued to live his life authentically.

Outsports

Gay college wrestler Justice Horn wants to be Missouri’s governor one day

Gay wrestler Anthony Bowens crowned inaugural Battle Club Pro Franchise champion

GoFundMe Shuts Down Fundraiser for Homophobic Rugby Player

Gay Rams cheerleader Quinton Peron is proud to be a trailblazer

Tags: ?, Abuse, Activism, Backlash, Bi, Celebration, Celebrity, Employment, Entertainment, Gay, Homophobia, Hot Swatch, Inclusion, Interview, LGBTQ, Politics, Portrait, Representation, Social Media, Sports, Termination, TV Gay Swatch, World

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26-Jun-2019


Another study shows homophobic language isn’t linked to rejection of gay athletes 

 

Another new study from Monash University again demonstrates that athletes using gay slurs don’t mean to convey messages of homophobia to their teammates, and in fact believe their teams would be welcoming places for gay athletes.

The study focused on 146 semi-professional ice hockey players in Australia. The sample group included a good mix of players from North America, Europe and Australia.

One of the most illuminating parts of the study looked at why athletes use gay slurs. Some of the results:

55% because they want to make people laugh
46% think the language is normal, so no one thinks about it
6% want to insult or bully others who are gay
1% say they are homophobic

Outsports

Tags: All Rights, Entertainment, Environment, Homophobia, Inclusion, Language, Men, Poll, Preference, Self Interest, Sexual Harassment, Sports, Treatment

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20-Jun-2019


Ecuador's highest court legalizes same-sex marriage 

 

Ecuador's highest court has ruled to recognize same-sex marriage, marking a watershed moment for LGBTQ rights in the Catholic-majority country.

Judges on Quito's constitutional court ruled five-to-four on Wednesday to overhaul the country's laws, arguing that its current marriage legislation was discriminatory and unconstitutional, and that same-sex couples should be allowed equal rights.

The four dissenting judges said that changes to the Ecuadorean constitution should be decided and approved by the government and not the court.

Ecuador's National Assembly will still be required to officially change the laws that define the institution of marriage. Constitutional lawyer Salim Zaidán told CNN, however, that Wednesday's verdict was binding and that same-sex couples would be able to marry as soon as the constitutional court notifies local government offices of their decision. The court has 10 days to do so.

CNN

Abortion rights are LGBTQ rights

‘My Little Pony’ To Introduce A Lesbian Couple This Weekend

Tags: Abortion, Activism, All Rights, Animate, Celebration, Environment, Equality, Family, Fantasy, Inclusion, Laws, LGBTQ, Marriage Equality, Modernization, Policy, Politics, Protection, Relationships, Representation, Support, World, Youth

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14-Jun-2019


LGBTQ+ Athletes Star in Powerful New Nike Film for Pride Month 

 

Nike returns with a short film featuring several larger-than-life LGBTQ+ athletes for its BeTrue campaign during Pride month.

The film is a call to encourage athletes who dare to compete, whether or not they are on a level playing field with the other athletes in their sport. Professional athletes like WNBA star Sue Bird probably know a thing or two about the ways women are treated on and off the court, versus their male counterparts.

“For female athletes in a league that’s trying to grow in the U.S., the ‘rules’ we’re following are geared toward men,” Bird of the Seattle Storm, told Out on Wednesday. “So that might be the WNBA versus the NBA, and some of the ways they view us, or the standards they want to have. Things have always been done a certain way, and it’s never been thoughtful for different groups of people, so how can you succeed in that world?”

Out

Gay Son Takes His Proud Dad to L.A. Pride

NYC park steps to become city’s largest Pride flag

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Awareness, Business, Celebration, Environment, Equality, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Film, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Parental Pride, Pride, Sports, Video

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14-Jun-2019




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