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Catholic Church Orders School to Cover Pride Mural, Calling It 'Obscene' 

 

A Catholic priest in Hackensack, N.J., ordered a charter school that leases the school grounds from his church to cover up a Pride mural in the school cafeteria, calling it “obscene” because it included an homage to Keith Haring’s interlocking male symbols. And the 16-year-old student at the Bergen Arts and Science Charter School in nearby Garfield who painted the mural took to Twitter to express her frustration.

“So ... my school’s owned by a Catholic Church and they want me to take down my Keith Haring mural that supports the LGBT community,” wrote the student (who did not want her name published), according to the North Jersey Record. “They think it’s inappropriate and wrong for a school setting. I’m heartbroken and I really never thought this could actually happen. Please help.”

Advocate

Catholic university students blamed for homophobic attack in France

Anti-LGBTI violence still acceptable in many countries, new study shows

Texas Governor Risks His Laptop to Save Chick-fil-A’s Right to Be Homophobic

Tags: All Rights, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, Free Speech, Hate, Homophobia, Interference, Judgement, Religion, Respect, Threat, Violence, World, Youth

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23-May-2019


Britney Spears May Never Perform Again, Manager Says 

 

Britney Spears’s longtime manager Larry Rudolph says the singer may never perform again. Speaking to TMZ, Rudolph said, “As the person who guides her career — based on the information I and all of the professionals who work with her are being told on a need-to-know basis — from what I have gathered it’s clear to me she should not be going back to do this Vegas residency, not in the near future and possibly never again.”

Rudolph has managed Spears for most of her career, going back to her first album, “Baby… One More Time,” in 1999. “I’ve been with her for two-thirds of her life,” he tells Variety. “I look at her almost like I look at my own daughter. It’s very emotional for me … and really rough. Personally, I want for her to just find a peaceful, happy place — whatever that means for her. It’s not about a career anymore — it’s about life.”

Variety

Tags: Artist, Be Well, Celebrity, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Mental Health, Respect, Support, Treatment

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15-May-2019


Watch this woman suddenly demean & spit on a gay man as he tries to ride the subway 

 

A bystander on the Jubilee line of the London Underground caught a homophobic attack on film as one rider used anti-gay slurs and spit on another passenger.

The video of the apparently intoxicated woman, originally reported by the Daily Mail, was provided by an unnamed onlooker who said that the attack was unprovoked..

The short clip shows the woman shouting at a passenger while several other riders look on.

At the beginning of the clip, she tells the man, “because you’re gay I’m gonna be like, ‘nah, he’s gay, just let him go?’ No! Because you’re gay, even more, I’m going to violate you.”

LGBTQ Nation

Gay Couple Forgives Restaurant After Waiter Called Them ‘Faggots’ as They Left After a Meal: WATCH

Cuba Turns Away LGBTQ Journalist Upon Arrival

Tags: All Rights, Environment, Forgiveness, Gay, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Journalism, LGBTQ, Representation, Respect, Restaurant, Sexual Harassment, Travel, Treatment, Video, World

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09-May-2019


Richard Madden thinks it’ll be a “terrible route to go down” if roles were restricted to an actor’s sexuality 

 

Former Game of Thrones star Richard Madden has weighed in on the debate over who should get gay roles after the Sir Elton John biopic, Rocketman, came under fire for casting straight actors.

Both Taron Egerton and Madden identify as straight, and are playing Sir Elton and his former manager John Reid, who are both gay, respectively.

Speaking to The Guardian, he said: “It’s a really terrible route to go down if we start restricting people’s casting based on their personal lives. We have to focus more on diversity and having everyone represented, but I’m also a firm believer in the best actor for the part.”

Gay Times

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Employment, Entertainment, Film, Hot Swatch, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Representation, Respect, Support

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07-May-2019


U.S. Military Sees Dramatic Rise in Sexual Assaults 

 

There were 20,500 reported sexual assaults in the military in 2018, according to a new Pentagon report, a 38% increase in the number of assaults since 2016. The results, as ABC News reports, represent “a setback for the U.S. military’s efforts to reduce sexual assault in the military.”

These numbers come from an anonymous survey the Pentagon conducts every two years. Respondents include Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine personnel. The survey defines assault as “rape, sexual assault, forcible sodomy, aggravated sexual contact, abusive sexual contact and attempts to commit those offenses,” according to ABC News.

Over 85% of the victims reported knowing the perpetrators.

Truthdig

With her or with him? How the sexual attack of an Indian actor inspired a powerful feminist movement

‘Monster’ abducted 4-year-old girl from bed, hid her in chest: cops

Harlem teacher accused of lewd conversations with 18 students

‘Winnie the Pooh’ voice star accused of rape and animal abuse

Airline Passenger Allegedly Kissed Woman, Spat On Her Chest During Flight

THE MORMON CHURCH HAS BEEN ACCUSED OF USING A VICTIMS’ HOTLINE TO HIDE CLAIMS OF SEXUAL ABUSE

Tags: Abuse, Activism, Actor, All Rights, Animals, Arrest, Awareness, Backlash, Children, Divorce, Education, Employment, Entertainment, Inclusion, Kidnap, Military, Parental Burden, Policy, Politics, Privacy, Privilege, Rape, Religion, Respect, Safety, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Social Media, Threat, Travel, Victims, Woman's Rights, Women, World, Youth

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03-May-2019


Dan Reynolds speaks out against gay ‘cure’ therapy at Billboard awards 

 

Dan Reynolds continues to prove his status as an LGBTQ ally.
The American singer-songwriter, who graced the cover of GAY TIMES in January year, and his band Imagine Dragons were the winners of the Top Rock Artist award at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards this week.

Dan used the opportunity to highlight a cause close to his heart, dedicating his speech to LGBTQ youth who have been – or are at risk of being – put through the harmful practice of gay conversion ‘therapy’.

“I just wanna take this moment to say there are still 34 states that have no laws banning conversion therapy, and on top of that 58% of our LGBTQ population live in those states,” he said.

“This can change, but its gonna take all of us talking to our state legislators [and] pushing forward laws to protect our LGBTQ youth.”

Gay Times

Tags: Activism, Award, Awareness, Celebrity, Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Environment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Hot Swatch, Humanity, Inspired, LGBTQ, Music, Religion, Representation, Respect, Speech, Standing Up, Super Daddy!, Support

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03-May-2019


It's Prom Season And The Racist Promposals Are Back 

 

An Ohio teen was barred from prom after he decided to craft a racist promposal sign that read, “If I was black I’d be picking cotton but I’m white so I’m picking u for prom.”

I suppose it’s time we brace ourselves, because at this time of the year (much like Halloween) racism rears its ugly head.

“To be frank with you I thought, ‘Oh my goodness this is awful,'” Janice Wyckoff, the superintendent at Clear Fork Valley Local Schools told Fox8.

The news station declined to identify the student, who was seen in a photo with his prom date holding up the inappropriate sign. Wyckoff told the news station that she was not clear if the boy is a junior or a senior, but the girl pictured with him is not a student in the district.

Despite the fact that the promposal happened off school property, the school superintendent wants to send a clear message.

Essence

Tags: Education, Insensitivity, Misrepresentation, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Racism, Respect, Self Interest, Supremacy, Youth

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02-May-2019


The Life of Gay Teen Nigel Shelby Celebrated With Rainbow Casket 

 

Gay Alabama teenager Nigel Shelby was laid to rest over the weekend with a celebration led by family and friends.

Attendees wore rainbow-themed clothing to the 15-year-old's funeral at a Huntsville cemetery and services were held at the Rock Family Worship Center, according to Aazios.

Advocate

Tags: All Rights, Environment, Equality, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Gay Rights, Homophobia, Representation, Respect, RIP, Suicide, Youth

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30-Apr-2019


4 out of 5 grandparents would support their LGBTQ grandchild if they came out 

 

A study from AARP shows that tolerance for LGBTQ people is growing among older generations.

AARP, formerly known as the American Association of Retired Persons, surveyed 2,654 grandparents age 38 and up between August 20 and September 4 of last year, getting an idea of how engaged they are with their grandchildren’s’ lives.

Amongst information about spending and babysitting came some important takeaways about how survey respondents felt about their LGBTQ grandkids: Four out of five of those surveyed said that they would be accepting of a grandchild who is LGBTQ.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Family, Grands, LGBTQ, Respect, Seniors, Study, Support, Youth

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29-Apr-2019


Alabama sheriff’s deputy attacks LGBTQ community after gay teen dies by suicide 

 

A sheriff’s deputy in Alabama has been placed on leave after he made anti-LGBTQ comments on social media — specifically, on a post about a teenage boy who was bullied until he killed himself, Alabama.com reported Monday.

Last weekend, a local Alabama news station shared Rocket City Pride’s Facebook post about Nigel Shelby, a 15-year-old who died by suicide after being bullied for being gay, according to Rocket City Pride. The station’s story specifically highlighted the fact that LGBTQ people face a higher risk of violence and that they often lack legal protections.

On Sunday, Madison County Deputy Jeff Graves denounced the entire LGBTQ community in a comment to that Facebook post.

“Liberty. Guns. Bible. Trump. BBQ. That’s my kind of LGBTQ movement,”

Vice

Florida Officer Fired After Footage Shows Abuse of 69-Year-Old Veteran

Protestors Demand Answers After Connecticut Police Shooting Involving Unarmed Black Couple Sitting In A Car

Tags: Abuse, Bullying, Hate, Hostility, Injury, Investigation, Men In Charge, New World Order, Parental Burden, Police, Politics, Privilege, Protest, Racism, Respect, Seniors, Stereotype, Suicide, Supremacy, Video, Violence, Youth

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23-Apr-2019


Bisexual high school baseball player calls out opponent for gay slur 

 

My name is Sam Culwell. I’m a straight A student, I play baseball for Rondout Valley’s varsity team, and as a matter of fact I’m the captain. I’ve played baseball since I was 4, and I’ve loved it ever since. Training year round is fun to me, and there’s nothing like going up to the field with my teammates after school for a game or practice. 13 years of playing baseball and I was fortunate enough to find a great college program that I feel comfortable playing at.

Last year I came out as bisexual, and in a small school like mine, it came with it’s struggles. Luckily enough, I have helped to change my friend’s and my school’s views on sexuality and sports.... that is to say there’s no reason to discriminate against an athlete for this reason, and I want to be judged based on my abilities, sportsmanship, and effort. I’m better than I’ve ever been because of hard work both on the field and in learning to accept myself. Today my team played Marlboro, which is our biggest rival. I came in to relieve our pitcher after he threw 4 1/3 great innings. We were losing 4-1 and as expected, I was pitching well and got out of the inning.

Next inning rolls around and my coach came out to the mound to just give me a breather. At this point I had already struck out one batter and as my coach comes up to talk to me all I hear from the opposing dugout is “tell him he’s a failure and a faggot” it took all of my composure to not break down on the spot.

Outsports

Tags: All Rights, Bi, Bullying, Education, Environment, Homophobia, Insensitivity, Representation, Respect, Sports, Treatment, Youth

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22-Apr-2019


Time 100's LGBTQ Honorees Include Lady Gaga, Ryan Murphy, Indya Moore

 

Ryan Murphy — the gay producer of FX's Pose, American Horror Story, American Crime Story, and more — is among those in the "titans" category. His entry was written by Jessica Lange, whose acting career experienced a revival in part due to Murphy casting her in AHS.

"He is a born storyteller, and, like the best of them, he is constantly pushing the limits. I have often marveled at his uncanny ability at capturing the zeitgeist," Lange wrote.

"Ryan is an artist of unlimited creative power and talent. But, more importantly, he has a great heart and is a dear and fiercely loyal friend. My life is better for knowing him."

Advocate

Tags: Activism, Art, Celebrity, Entertainment, LGBTQ, List, Representation, Respect, Support, Tribute

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18-Apr-2019


LGBTQ Elders Made Our Lives Possible—Now We Must Care for Them 

 

The LGBTQ movement stands on the shoulders of giants. Fifty years ago, our LGBTQ elders shattered barriers at Stonewall. A decade later, they spoke truth to power as AIDS ravaged their chosen families. In the years before and since, they marched on Washington and are still fighting for justice today.

Now it is our time to fight for them — because all too often, LGBTQ elders are not receiving the care and support they deserve. With experts predicting that as many as 4.7 million LGBTQ older adults will be seeking care and services by the year 2030, we must act now.

That’s why the Human Rights Campaign is joining SAGE, the premier advocacy organization for LGBTQ elders, in stepping up to address this injustice by helping to ensure LGBTQ older adults will be treated with respect and dignity when choosing and receiving aging and long-term care.

Advocate

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Environment, History, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Neglect, Respect, Seniors, Unity

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15-Apr-2019


San Jose to hang rainbow flags at airport Chick-fil-A in support of LGBTQ rights 

 

A California city that last year approved the addition of a Chick-fil-A at its local airport now wants to send a message of support to LGBTQ people as the opening date for the fast-food restaurant nears.

The San Jose City Council voted 11-0 on Tuesday to hang rainbow flags in support of LGBTQ people and pink, blue and white flags for transgender rights at or near a Chick-fil-A due to open in May at San Jose International Airport.

Rosemary Barnes, a spokeswoman for the airport, said it will decide where to place the flags.

The council's vote comes as two other cities around the country have blocked Chick-fil-A from opening at their airports over concerns that the restaurant chain has a record of supporting anti-gay organizations.

NBC News

Tags: Activism, Environment, Finance, Food, Homophobia, Hypocrisy, Lifestyle, Pride, Protest, Religion, Respect, Restaurant, Threat

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13-Apr-2019


Married Indians are looking for same-sex affairs after decriminalization 

 

In the six months since India decriminalized gay sex, users looking for same-sex encounters on an extramarital affairs service have increased by 45%.

‘People feel freer to express their sexual preference and to pursue homosexual or bisexual encounters outside the wedlock’ Gleeden said in a press release.

Based in France, Gleeden is a female-run dating app for people looking to cheat on their husbands or wives. It has more than 4.5 million registered users.

Three percent of Gleeden’s 500,000 users in India’s are listed as homosexual while 1% are listed as bisexual.

In September last year, India’s Supreme Court ruled that a colonial-era law banning gay sex with up to 10 years in prison was unconstitutional.

What’s more, in October the same court scrapped a law which criminalized adultery.

Gay Star News

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Celebration, Environment, Freedom, LGBTQ, Politics, Protection, Representation, Respect, Sex, World

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01-Apr-2019




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