Archives for November 2017

Monthly Archives: November 2017

National

Jury Awards $1M to Oklahoma Transgender Woman in Title VII Employment Discrimination Case 

Monday a jury out of the Western District of Oklahoma ruled in favor of Rachel Tudor, a transgender woman who faced discrimination in her job as professor at a university. ...
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Travel

A Guide to Seattle’s Gay-Friendly Casino Hotels

If you’re looking for a break from the ordinary, a stay at any of the gay-friendly casino resorts in the region is a fun option. ...
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National

Large Cities Top Small Towns, Rural Areas in Well-Being

Despite the overall decline in well-being, there is a bright spot for those living in medium small communities, small towns and rural areas: a meaningful increase this year in how they evaluate their lives. ...
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Editorial

Seeking What’s Next for Mobile Tech in 2017 and Beyond

Whether you want to have the best technology out there or you want to be aware of the trends, mobile technology is changing in some considerable ways. ...
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Editorial Local

Off the Couch and Into the Street: Why I Finally Joined a Protest Movement

When I was a young girl, I was in a Camp Fire group, and we used to sing a song that told us it was “better to light just one little candle than to stumble in the dark.” Well, I hadn’t thought of that song in 30 years, but I’ve been hearing it in my head as I try and put my short history as an activist into words for you. ...
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Local

Pride Foundation Announces Largest Community Grants Funding in Foundation History

Pride Foundation announced $507,000 in grants to 81 organizations in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington - investing vital resources into local organizations working to ensure that LGBTQ people and their families can live fully and safely in their home communities. ...
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Travel

Fodor’s Travel 2018 ‘Go’ & ‘No’ Lists Remind Travelers That This is Still a Wonderful World

This year, 10 locations make up the No List, including Cuba, the Taj Mahal, Malaysia, and following the recommendations of the NAACP, the state of Missouri. ...
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National

National Report on Intimate Partner Violence in LGBTQ and HIV-Affected Communities Released

LGBTQ people who hold multiple marginalized identities including people of color, people with disabilities, undocumented people, and people living with HIV experience IPV in specific ways, face unique challenges and barriers to resources. ...
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Politics Local

Washington State Joins Federal Lawsuit Challenging Transgender Military Service Ban

Washington is the first state to intervene in one of the lawsuits challenging the discriminatory transgender military ban. ...
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Entertainment Contests

Enter to Win ‘Love Is Love’ from Trey Pearson!

Enter to win "Love is Love" by Trey Pearson! ...
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