Tag: LGBTQ

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Ricky Martin Protests Puerto Rico’s Governor: #RickyRenuncia

Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló (D) has thousands of people all over the world protesting him after leaked messages between Rosselló and administration officials showed Rosselló using the word “faggot” repeatedly to refer to political rivals. Officials also referred to rivals as with other derogatory terms and implied that they were…

Wholesome LGBTQ Ads Rejected Because of “prostitution”

Salty is a dating and relationships newsletter for women, transgender and non-binary people. The company wanted to put ads for the newsletter on Facebook and Instagram but were denied. Salty said that the two social platforms rejected at least four of its ads for promoting “escort services” even though none of the…

Androgynous David Bowie Barbie Released

David Bowie was one of the brave celebrities and performers that first flouted gender norms and inspired many transgender people growing up in the United States and across the world. He died in 2016 at 69 years old. Over the decades of his career, Bowie was an icon for both…

American Medical Association Supports Transgender Rights in Supreme Court Filing

The American Medical Association (AMA) and other mental and health care organizations are supporting transgender individuals in demanding specific laws against workplace discrimination. A joint amicus­ brief the American Medical Association Litigation Center filed alongside 13 other organizations asked the United States Supreme Court to recognize the workplace discrimination transgender…

2019 Black Census Reports Issues Most Pressing In Black LGBT Communities

As public conversation over President Trump’s proposed (and rejected) inclusion of a citizenship question on the 2020 Census continues, another census is reflecting intersectional concern over critical issues facing the Black LGBT community. Related story: Republicans Are Not Giving Up on the 2020 Citizenship Question As part of the  2019…

Ice Cream Shop Owned by Gay Couple Vandalized

The Fine Fellows Creamery ice cream shop in Cape May, N.J., was vandalized for displaying rainbow flags during Pride Month and the owners faced harassment. The store is owned by a gay couple, Dustin Piccolo and his husband David Kinsey. According to the owners, the large and smaller rainbow flags…