Archives for April 2019

Monthly Archives: April 2019

Phoenix Gay Pride/Creative Commons
Travel

The last time I was in the Phoenix area was 2005, so when I was offered a chance to visit the city again, I jumped at the opportunity, especially since this trip would coincide with Phoenix Pride. ...
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Renée Zellweger in WHAT/IF
Entertainment

Neo-noir social thriller WHAT/IF explores the ripple effects of what happens when acceptable people start doing unacceptable things. ...
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National

An increasing number of courts have recognized that the federal law prohibiting sex discrimination also reaches claims of discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, but there remains a split among courts across the country. ...
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Entertainment

Madonna’s highly-anticipated 14th studio album Madame X will be released on June 14 globally from Live Nation, Interscope Records and Maverick. ...
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Julie Frost/Lambda Legal
National

The complaint presented 10 legal claims under California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act and Education Code concerning the rights of lesbian, gay, and gender non-conforming teachers and students. ...
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Photo: Disney Cruise Line
Travel

Captain Minnie Mouse, in her crisp new uniform with smart white trousers or skirt and a bold red jacket emblazoned with captain’s insignia, will make the rounds on all Disney ships starting in April. ...
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Local

For one night only, 90 Seattle-area restaurants will donate 30-50% of their proceeds to Lifelong’s vital services that help feed, house, and provide access to healthcare to individuals living with serious illnesses, like HIV, cancer, and diabetes, as well as vulnerable homebound seniors. ...
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Politics National

Following their collaboration with Jay-Z and Dream Hampton on a viral short film about the epic fail of the War on Drugs, Crabapple, Boekbinder and Batt have turned their talents towards the Green New Deal, partnering with Ocasio-Cortez and creating a unique response to the most common critiques of the Green New Deal. ...
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Entertainment

Josh Rimer, host and producer of an interstitial program on Canada’s OUTtv and Joey Amato, publisher of Pride Journeys, have joined forces to create a multimedia platform geared towards affluent LGBT travelers aged 34-60. The joint venture will ...
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National

Campus Pride officially released its 2019 Shame List highlighting 150 of “The Absolute Worst Campuses for LGBTQ Youth.” ...
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