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The Transgender Foundation of America (TFA) announced that the Transgender Disaster Relief Fund would accept applications for assistance from LGBTQI and allied federal workers affected by partial … more
Two rallies in support of the “Women’s March” movement will take place on portions of Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Love Park (JFK Plaza), Eakins Oval, and the east apron of the … more
Keystone Business Alliance – Central PA’s LGBT Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of the inaugural Business Excellence Awards. Winners include Corporate Partner of the Year - … more
LGBT History Open House at Dickinson Archives Are you interested in seeing the LGBT History Project's archived materials up close and personal? An open house will be held at the Dickinson … more
A Singapore DJ has filed a court challenge against a colonial-era law that bans gay sex in the conservative city-state, following India’s scrapping of similar legislation reports Fathin … more
Canada is releasing a new $1 coin design to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalization of homosexuality, reports Joe Morgan for Gay Star News. But the Canadian government will … more
Pope Francis has vowed the Catholic church will “never again” cover up clerical sexual abuse and demanded that priests who raped and abused children turn themselves in, according to … more
The LA Blade reports that Louise Siskel of San Marino, California took a unique place in history when she held court during the 130th Tournament of Roses Parade on Tuesday, January 1 in … more
Zach Stafford will start his new role at The Advocate, the oldest LGBTQ magazine still in circulation, in late January, reports Alexander Kacala for NBC News. The Advocate, the nation’s … more
A day after it sent an open letter to the CEO’s of Amazon and Google, Truth Wins Out (TWO) applauded Amazon for removing an “ex-gay” app from its online … more
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