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January 6 and in Georgia on Tuesday, sais some were “holding a dagger at the throat of democracy.”Today, Arizona Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema gave a full-throated endorsement of the filibuster, thereby crushing any hope that voting rights laws will pass Congress. The filibuster and the 60-vote threshold that it protects and was cemented during the Jim Crow era were saved by a white bisexual woman.A person who upholds the rights of a minority in the legislature to control actual minorities of which she is neither is galling.
Patti Le Plae Safe returns to North Texas this weekend as guest host of Gaybingo as the Resource Center fundraiser returns after its nearly-two-year-long COVID-related hiatus. Head over to S4, 3911 Cedar Springs Road, on Saturday night, Jan. 15, for your chance at $2,500 in cash and prizes. Of course, we all know that the omicron variant is making itself known around the gayborhood, so COVID safety protocols will be enforced: Everyone must wear a mask when not eating or drinking; hand sanitizer will be readily available, and capacity will be reduced to allow ample room for social distancing.

Latest news from Britain

chemsex.”On Wednesday, London’s 56 Dean Street, an LGBTQ+ sexual health clinic, announced Stuart’s death.“It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden death of our colleague and friend David Stuart,” the group said on social media. “He has been pioneering in his work and has dedicated his time as an advocate, activist, support worker, campaigner, lecturer, and researcher.
After her latest record focused on her fight for survival as she battled Lyme disease, Love Sux is set to see Avril return to her pop punk roots.

Latest news from state Texas

Patti Le Plae Safe returns to North Texas this weekend as guest host of Gaybingo as the Resource Center fundraiser returns after its nearly-two-year-long COVID-related hiatus. Head over to S4, 3911 Cedar Springs Road, on Saturday night, Jan. 15, for your chance at $2,500 in cash and prizes. Of course, we all know that the omicron variant is making itself known around the gayborhood, so COVID safety protocols will be enforced: Everyone must wear a mask when not eating or drinking; hand sanitizer will be readily available, and capacity will be reduced to allow ample room for social distancing.
Above: A protest against anti-transgender legislation in South Dakota last year, photographed by Greg Latza/ACLUAfter a year in which state lawmakers considered and passed a record number of anti-transgender bills, the process is starting again.Legislators in at least seven states introduced a total of nine anti-trans bills in the first few days of 2022, NBC News reports. The states are Arizona, Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, New Hampshire, and South Dakota.Most of the measures would restrict the rights of trans and nonbinary young people, including their ability to compete in school sports under their gender identity, receive gender-affirming health care, or use the restroom of their choice.“Unfortunately, I think we’re getting ready to watch a race to the bottom among legislators who are in a competition to see who can do the most harm to trans kids,” Gillian Branstetter, a trans activist and media manager for the National Women’s Law Center, told NBC News.

Latest news from New York

Knight Insight to be highlighted in its Senior Spotlight series. The paper sent the 17-year-old several questions to answer, including one that asked about the biggest challenge he’s had to overcome.In a viral TikTok video, which has been seen more than 65,000 times, Johnson said he had responded: “The biggest challenge I faced was growing up gay and coming out.
EXCLUSIVE NewFest, New York’s leading LGBTQ+ film and media organization, today announced the New Voices Filmmaker Grant, a new initiative in partnership with Netflix to support emerging LGBTQ+ filmmakers.

Latest news from Washington

Los Angeles Times, attorney Joshua Markowitz intends to file a lawsuit on behalf of surviving siblings Lettice Mahoney and Sandi Porter. They say Figueroa, a well-known disability activist and vegan with a strong following on social media, died as a result of injuries caused after United Airlines destroyed her wheelchair last July when she returned to Los Angeles from the Can’t Wait Care Rally in Washington D.C   Figueroa described the ordeal as it happened in a video posted to Facebook.
field is so large partly because Gov. Kate Brown is prevented from running again due to term limits. Brown, a Democrat, is the first out bisexual governor in the U.S. Kotek, 55, has a long history of activism, and it’s tied closely to her identity.

Latest news from state Florida

Human Rights Campaign reports.Her body was found inside a car at a shopping center after authorities received a call from the center’s security guard that he had found a person unresponsive, according to First Coast News (which misgenders and deadnames Princess).Family members believe Princess went to the shopping center to meet someone she knew.Security camera footage shows a person waiting at the shopping center. As Princess pulls her car up, the person goes to the driver’s side, then to the passenger side, then back to the driver’s side.
Human Rights Campaign reports.Her body was found inside a car at a shopping center after authorities received a call from the center’s security guard that he had found a person unresponsive, according to First Coast News (which misgenders and deadnames Princess).Family members believe Princess went to the shopping center to meet someone she knew.Security camera footage shows a person waiting at the shopping center. As Princess pulls her car up, the person goes to the driver’s side, then to the passenger side, then back to the driver’s side.

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