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How the Death of a Nonbinary Oklahoma Teenager has Renewed Scrutiny on Anti-trans Policies

By Sean Murphy Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The death of a 16-year-old nonbinary high school student in Oklahoma…

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Obituary: AIDS Activist Hydeia Broadbent

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) announced the death of lifelong AIDS activist Hydeia Broadbent, who passed away in her sleep at…

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Archdiocese of New York Condemns the Funeral of a Trans Activist at St. Patrick’s Cathedral

A senior leader at the seat of the Archdiocese claimed it was deceived into hosting the service.

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Trans Icon Cecilia Gentili is Honored at St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Hundreds packed the pews of the New York City landmark to pay their respects to a woman venerated as a…

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LGBTQ Community Sees Meaningful Representation in Latest Biden Judicial Nominees

If Nicole Berner and Melissa DuBose are confirmed, the Biden administration will have appointed 11 LGBTQ judges to lifetime positions.

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Largest Survey of Transgender People in the US Reveals Key Insights

Results come at a time when trans rights are under attack.

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Florida Residents Can No Longer Change Their Gender on Their Driver’s License

New policy is yet another attack on the transgender community.

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Allies in Hope Hosts Houston’s 35th Annual Walk to End HIV

Thousands are expected the take part in the fundraiser at Sam Houston Park on March 3.

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Activists Call on United Nations to Investigate Texas

Four LGBTQ+ advocacy organizations are urging the United Nations (UN) to investigate the State of Texas for human rights violations. …

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Out Queer Woman Wins US Figure Skating Title

Amber Glenn, who identifies as bisexual and pansexual, is the first to win gold.

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