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Bea Arthur’s New York Residence for Homeless LGBT Youth Opens

Bea Arthur’s New York Residence for Homeless LGBT Youth Opens

| December 12, 2017

LGBTQ Nation reports that just in time for Christmas, New York’s Ali Forney Center has officially opened its new LGBTQ youth homeless residence – the Bea Arthur Residence. The 18-room facility is located in the Lower East Side of New York City. The official opening took place on November 30, and many notables were on […]

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Fay Jacobs Wins Rainbow Book Award

Fay Jacobs Wins Rainbow Book Award

| December 12, 2017

Author and humorist Fay Jacobs’ book Fried & Convicted – Rehoboth Beach Uncorked has just been named one of the top three Best LGBT Books of the Year for 2017 from the International Rainbow Awards. The annual contest included more than 400 books from all over the world, juried by 137 judges, and included submissions […]

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Stonewall Inn National Monument Untouched by Trump’s Review

Stonewall Inn National Monument Untouched by Trump’s Review

| December 12, 2017

From the Washington Blade – An executive order issued by President Trump in April calling for a review and reassessment of U.S. national monuments named since 1996 will not impact the designation of the Stonewall Inn gay bar in New York’s Greenwich Village as the nation’s first LGBT national monument. According to a report released […]

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RNC Commemorates Log Cabin Republicans 40th Anniversary

RNC Commemorates Log Cabin Republicans 40th Anniversary

| December 12, 2017

From the Washington Blade – In what LGBT Republicans consider to be a first-of-its-kind development, the chair of the Republican National Committee last week issued an official letter commemorating Log Cabin Republicans on its 40th anniversary and praising the group for advocating for LGBT rights. “As the nation’s original and largest conservative organization advocating for […]

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Regrets, I Have a Few

Regrets, I Have a Few

| December 9, 2017

The Amazon Trail by Lee Lynch — Luncheonette. Darn it all, I just found the word I was looking for back in 2007 when I set a scene in a coffee shop in New York. It wasn’t a coffee shop, it was a luncheonette. In that era, you could use the term coffee shop, but […]

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P!nk is Raising Her Children Free From Gender Roles & Labels

P!nk is Raising Her Children Free From Gender Roles & Labels

| December 6, 2017

LGBTQ Nation reports that P!nk has revealed in a new interview that she and husband Carey Hart are raising their infant son and 6 year-old daughter without pushing them to conform to gender roles and heteronormativity. “We are a very label-less household,” the singer and actress told The Sunday People. “Last week Willow told me […]

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Edie Daly Shares How She Has Supported OLOHP – The Old Lesbians Oral History Project

Edie Daly Shares How She Has Supported OLOHP – The Old Lesbians Oral History Project

| December 6, 2017

  Excerpt from the OLOHP Insider Issue # 36 What a Way To Show Your Support! (by Edie Daly, an avid OLOHP cheerleader!) “Our Lives are our story, and our story is our life. Story is the narrative thread of our experience, not what really happens, but what we make out of what happens. What […]

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Nation’s Top LGBT-Friendly Senior Living Right Here in the ProSuzy Community

Nation’s Top LGBT-Friendly Senior Living Right Here in the ProSuzy Community

| December 6, 2017

Palmetto and Fort Myers are home to two of the top 15 LGBT-friendly senior living communities in the US, according to a report just released by SeniorAdvice.com, one of the nation’s top senior housing referral services. As attitudes and awareness about the LGBT community have changed around the country, many lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender […]

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