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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


Read Allen Ginsberg’s Annotations About the Early Years of the Gay Pride Parade 

 

When the 1969 Stonewall Riots erupted in the Greenwich Village, Allen Ginsberg was elsewhere. But the legendary queer poet of the Beat Generation made his way downtown one day after the initial brawl that ricocheted from Christopher Street and across the country. Surveying the damage, Ginsberg recognized how Stonewall would change gay life by rendering undeniably visible the LGBTQ people of America. Discussing the riots, he is believed to have said, “You know, the guys there were so beautiful — they’ve lost that wounded look the [gay men] all had ten years ago.”

In 1984, Ginsberg took another chance to discuss the significance of the police raid. Speaking in the documentary Before Stonewall, his remarks were reflective and encompassing:

All of a sudden at the height of the anti-war movement, at the height of the black liberation movement, after the triumph of liberation of the word [the end of print censorship], all of a sudden the cops were in there again trying to bust some guys right in the center of Sheridan Square, the most bohemian traditional place in Greenwich Village!

Hyperallergic

Gay Rights

Tags: Activism, Celebration, Celebrity, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, History, LGBTQ, Politics, Protest, Self Defense, Supremacy

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13-Jun-2019


Straight Oklahoma Ally Creates Anti-Bigot Pride Truck, Ends Homophobia 

 

A straight man in Oklahoma became a viral queer ally after decorating his truck in honor of Pride month. Cody Barlow used colored duct tape to create a rainbow flag on the back of his truck, writing on Facebook that he’d “found a way to show my support for pride month” with the flag and using mailbox letters to write a message: “Not all country boys are bigots. Happy Pride month.”

“This is important to me, not only because I have family and friends that are LGBTQ+, but also because countless people have dealt with hatred and judgement simply for who they are, and/or who they love, for far too long,” wrote Barlow. “Obviously doing this isn’t going to change the minds of those who are intolerant, but hopefully it can help drown out the hatred with love.”

Out

Vandals Target Gay High School Student’s Home with ‘Kill Yourself’ Graffiti, Forks, and Suicide Hotline ‘For-Sale’ Sign:

1 in 3 LGBTQ+ Youth ‘Seriously Considered’ Suicide in the Past Year

White supremacist appears to urinate on an Israeli flag as nationalist group interrupts LGBT celebration in Detroit by tearing apart Pride flags and giving Nazi salutes

Gay man, 28, robbed, shot, and murdered in Atlanta, Georgia

HALSEY GIVES EMPOWERING SPEECH IN LONDON AFTER HOMOPHOBIC BUS ATTACK

Activists Call for Resignation of Mayor Who Posted About Killing Gays

Theater cancels shows after actors targeted in homophobic assault

Mom who won marriage equality now in a fight against 'religious freedom'

Texas school district donates cash from antigay church to local Pride festival

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11-Jun-2019


These famous people are committed to the cause. 

 

The Academy Award-winning actress gave an impassioned speech while accepting the National Ally for Equality award at the 2018 Human Rights Campaign dinner. After taking time to acknowledge her privilege as a straight, white, cisgender person, Hathaway went on to say that "Authentic equality doesn't prioritize sexual orientation, it doesn't put any one race or gender at the center... What it does is centralize love. And when love is fully centralized, every door opens for everybody."

Redbook

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Celebrity, Entertainment, Environment, Equality, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Support

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10-Jun-2019


Axe body spray defends LGBTQ pride on Twitter 

 

You may remember the scent of Axe from some middle school dances and awkward teenage dates, but the popular body spray and wash brand made waves online for something entirely different: The brand came out in defense of Pride and LGBTQ rights in a Twitter exchange that went viral Wednesday.

The body spray's endorsement of LGBT rights comes after a Twitter joke that listed out possible candidates for Straight Pride parade floats, which was proposed to take place later this summer. A "giant AXE body spray" was first on the list.

"We’ll be at the parade that matters and this one isn’t it," tweeted Axe in response to that tweet.

USA Today

Stonewall 50: Police refuse to protect Pride after violence in Georgia

Tags: Activism, Attack, Awareness, Business, Environment, Equality, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Harassment, Hate, Homophobia, LGBTQ, Police, Politics, Pride, Protection, Support, World

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07-Jun-2019


Pride Month 2019: See How the Stars are Celebrating 

 

“This month we pay tribute to the accounts supporting the LGBTQ+ community – those young and old, their families and friends, accounts that reflect on the past and are hopeful for a deservedly more inclusive future,” the new parents captioned a of images from the accounts they are following, and artist Ruben Guadalupe Marquez. A few of the LGBTQ groups they’ve chosen to highlight...

People

The LGBTQ pride flag was raised over New York's state Capitol for the first time ever

Tags: Activism, Celebration, Celebrity, Entertainment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, LGBTQ, Pride, Social Media, Support

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06-Jun-2019


Goldman Sachs Sued After Firing Gay Executive 

 

An out executive fired by Goldman Sachs has now sued the banking firm, claiming he faced discrimination for being gay.

William Littleton, who led the company’s internal LGBTQ network, said he was fired after filing complaints about a discriminatory atmosphere in the workplace, according to CNBC.

Advocate

DA: Gay couples shouldn't get domestic violence protection

RuPaul on Trump’s Pride Month tweet: 'Actions speak louder than tweets'

LGBTQ millennials have bigger financial struggles than anyone else

LESBIAN COUPLE SAYS RESTAURANT CANCELED WEDDING REHEARSAL DINNER AFTER LEARNING THEY WERE GAY: 'YOUR SPOUSE IS A WOMAN?'

Tags: $, Activism, All Rights, Backlash, Celebration, Celebrity, Court, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Finance, Harassment, Hate, Homophobia, Investigation, LGBTQ, Marriage, Politics, Poverty, Pride, Profiling, Protections, Relationships, Religion, Representation, Restaurant, Safety, Study, Termination, Violence

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06-Jun-2019


30 LGBTQ athletes who showed “Stonewall Spirit”: Roy Simmons 

 

n commemoration of Pride Month and the 50th year since the Stonewall Inn riots in New York, Outsports is profiling one out athlete daily who embodies the “Stonewall Spirit,” reflecting the courage of those who launched the modern LGBTQ rights movement.

Former NFL lineman Roy Simmons’ story speaks to the shifting attitudes toward LGBTQ inclusion in professional sports and the true power inclusion holds. Simmons became the second former NFL player ever to come out as gay during his 1992 appearance on the “Phil Donahue Show,” but he’s defined by much more than just that moment.

The New York Giants took Simmons in the eighth round of the 1979 draft. He quickly rose to starter status, starting all 16 games of the 1980 season, but ended up gone from the roster by 1982 for personal reasons.

Outsports

Tags: Activism, Celebration, Celebrity, LGBTQ, Pride, Sports, Support

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05-Jun-2019


Dave Bautista Slams Priest Calling for Pride Month Boycott: 'You Don't Speak for Most Catholics' 

 

Dave Bautista had no time for a Catholic priest denouncing Pride Month.

On June 1, the first day of Pride Month celebrating the LGBTQ community, Rhode Island bishop Thomas Tobin sent out a tweet urging his Catholic followers not to participate in any Pride related activities.

“A reminder that Catholics should not support or attend LGBTQ ‘Pride Month’ events held in June. They promote a culture and encourage activities that are contrary to Catholic faith and morals. They are especially harmful for children,” Tobin wrote on Twitter.

People

Rhode Island bishop defends call to boycott Pride events

US Catholic Church reports big rise in sex-abuse allegations

CATHOLIC SCHOOL PRINCIPAL RESIGNS AFTER BEING ARRESTED AT STRIP CLUB DURING CLASS FIELD TRIP TO WASHINGTON D.C.

These Men Say the Boy Scouts' Sex Abuse Problem Is Worse Than Anyone Knew

Motorist drives into Delaware Pride organizer during the parade

Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte claims he used to be gay but 'cured myself' in a gross attack on a political rival

Tags: Abuse, Activism, Actor, All Rights, Arrest, Backlash, Celebrity, Child Abuse, Choices, Criticism, Daddy Squish, Education, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Equality, Exclusivity, Family, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Hate, Homophobia, Hypocrisy, Interference, Lifestyle, Parenting, Politics, Pride, Rape, Religion, Representation, Safety, Sex, Termination, Treatment, Victims, Violence, World, Youth

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03-Jun-2019


Pulitzer Winner Jose Antonio Vargas Still Wrestles With Being Gay 

 

Vargas came out about his immigration status publicly in 2011 and has since devoted his entire career to fighting for the rights of undocumented people.

Now Vargas is ready to focus more energy on himself, starting with his sexuality. "I'm trying to understand the gay thing," Vargas says. He makes a point to say that he's 38 years old and has never had a serious romantic relationship. Being undocumented has colored his entire life, even his personal relationships he's still discovering.

On this week's episode of LGBTQ&A, Jose Antonio Vargas talks about becoming more comfortable with his queerness, why the mainstream media's coverage of immigration is so dangerous, and the silver lining of the Trump era.

Advocate

Tags: Activism, Americans, Environment, Immigrants, Interview, Journalism, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Relationships, Security, Standing Up, Survival, Writing

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29-May-2019


New York legislation inspired by sex assault survivor would combat abuse by doctors 
 

A New York State legislator is proposing a trio of bills inspired by a woman whose story shed light on a Columbia University doctor accused of sexually assaulting dozens of pregnant women in his care.

Assembly member Aravella Simotas said that the legislation stemmed from testimony given Friday by Marissa Hoechstetter. In December, Hoechstetter spoke with CBS News about the abuse she said she endured while Dr. Robert Hadden oversaw her pregnancy with twins and postpartum care.

Hoechstetter was one of 17 women to sue Columbia University for negligence in the case, with at least five more suing separately. She is the only plaintiff to reveal her name.

CBS News

Restaurant owner sexually assaulted female worker — who then told his wife: cops

Tags: Abuse, Activism, All Rights, Business, Employment, Environment, Fighting Back, Health, Lifestyle, Medical, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Pregnancy, Restaurant, Safety, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Violence, Woman's Rights

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29-May-2019


2020 calendar increases Hispanic voting clout 

 

The 2 states with the largest Hispanic populations — California and Texas — will go to the polls earlier than usual in the 2020 Democratic primary race, the AP reports.

Why it matters: Candidates who can win consistent Hispanic support could potentially secure a viable path to survive the primary's frantic opening weeks.

Axios

New poll shows black voters want 2020 candidates with big policy plans, not just big names

Tags: Activism, Environment, Inclusion, Politics, Poll, Preference, Race, Representation, Voting

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26-May-2019


Catholic nuns urged to speak out about sex abuse 

 

The umbrella group of Catholic nuns is urging religious sisters around the world to speak out about sexual abuse by priests and other abuses of power that they experience, while also announcing new initiatives to protect children in their care.

NY Post

Tags: Abuse, Activism, All Rights, Children, Church, Employment, Environment, Fighting Back, Protections, Religion, Safety, Sex, Violence, Woman's Rights

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24-May-2019


The 10 Best US Cities to Celebrate Pride in This Year 

 

Pride is all about celebrating who you are and who you love, and really, what's not to love about that? From the rainbow flags to the parades to the declarations of love, there are so many cities in the US that celebrate Pride in style. Every year, the streets of these cities transform into one big party, and it's always so much fun to be a part of it. The events around the nation vary in size, but all share a universal mission of promoting LGBTQ+ equality and human rights. From the streets of New York City to the beaches of Miami, check out our list of the best cities in America to party in for Pride Month.

Popsugar

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Celebration, Entertainment, LGBTQ, List, Pride, Travel

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22-May-2019




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