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Queer LGBTQ ClexaCon Comes to London

Clexacon
Entertainment
Building from the massive success of ClexaCon, which has taken place in Las Vegas, NV for the past two years, the European edition will bring together in London the best in queer television, movies, books, blogs, and more. ...
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Study: LGBT Community Centers Serve More Than 40,000 People Each Week

National
The sixth edition of the report provides a crucial snapshot of the centers that provide vital services, programs, and advocacy for LGBT people. ...
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14th Annual Golden Crown Literary Society Award Winners Announced

Beth Burnett and Karen.Richard (L-R). Photo: Golden Crown Literary Society
National
The GCLS Literary Awards focus solely on lesbian content. Content in all categories must include significant lesbian characters and/or themes and meet certain criteria. ...
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SDSU Receives $1 Million Donation for Pride Center, LGBT Studies

Supporting hands make heart sign and wave in front of a rainbow flag flying on the sidelines of a summer gay pride parade
National
SDSU is the second university in the U.S. and the first in California to offer a major in LGBT studies, according to the school. ...
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LGBTQ Youth Courage Awards Winners Announced

National
The Colin Higgins Foundation has announced its 18th Annual Youth Courage Award winners, whom it will recognize for extraordinary leadership and advocacy on behalf of LGBTQ youth. ...
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Out Adventures Celebrates 10 Years in Travel with 10 New Itineraries

Stunning sunsets over the Patagonia Eco-Lodge 'Welcome Dome', Gay travel with Out Adventures.
Travel
Gay travel company Out Adventures will celebrate a decade of business in 2019 with 10 brand new itineraries. ...
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Eight-Night Italian LGBTQ Tour Inspired by ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Pops Up

Entertainment Travel
The tour includes a visit to the Catullus Caves and ends in Bergamo, where the main movie characters dance to the ‘80’s pop hit, “Love my Way” by the Psychedelic Furs. ...
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Rise Travel Helps Women Travel with Purpose

Women protesting at the Women’s March 2017. Photo: Rise Travel
Travel
November 2016 changed everything for travel expert Christian Tamte. Like many women, it sparked a fire within her that she hadn’t known was there before. She went from simply living and enjoying life into a life of action and activism. ...
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The Social Queer: A Network Collective With A Cause

sers of The Social Queer network concert at Cafe Solstice in Capitol Hill. Photo: Agazit Afeworki
Local
Sectioned around a U-shaped booth at Capitol Hill’s Café Solstice, women gathered for the network’s first official concert on May 17 with a curated list of acts - who English discovered as users of her network. ...
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New Report: Continued Attacks Against LGBT Families Harm Children

Photo: MAP
Health National
A new report shows how stigma, discrimination, and systematic attempts to undermine marriage equality harm the estimated 300,000 children raised by same-sex couples and LGBT parents. ...
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