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Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) lights up in rainbow colors to celebrate Pride Month.
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The Mayor of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, announced that children in public schools would no longer need to wear gender-specific uniforms.
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The Every Child Deserves a Family Act, which would prohibit the discrimination of LGBTQ couples seeking to adopt or raise a child, was reintroduced into the U.S. House of Representatives and will soon be introduced into the Senate.
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LGBTQ pioneers
LGBTQ pioneers
Two exceptional LGBTQ women, Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson, will be honored with a monument in Greenwich Village in New York.
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Pride Month
Chicago will install fourteen rainbow pedestrian crossings in Boystown!
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Non-discrimination
Worthington, Ohio now provides protections for LGBTQ people. The City Council approved the non-discrimination ordinance on May 20, 2019.
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Texas
A series of anti-LGBT laws were recently introduced in Texas including a bill that would grant “religious freedom” to professionals.
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Havana
After the Government of Cuba decided to cancel the Pride parade, the LGBT activists were nevertheless keen to march in the streets of Havana.

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Lesbian Movie

Lesbian movie “Tell It To Bees” to be released in US theaters and on VOD on May 3, 2019.

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The Dinah 2019

Fortune Feimster and Chaunte Wayans will bring the laughs to The Dinah 2019!

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“Party of One” by Brandi Carlile

Lesbian singer and musician Brandi Carlile released the music video of “Party of One” that is both powerful and emotional.

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Jan Dee Gordon released a photography book, "LGBTQ of STEEL" - a compilation of striking portraits and personal profiles that captures the energy, optimism, and resiliency of fifty LGBTQ heroes.
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Lambda Literary is pleased to announce that Karen Tongson has been named the winner of the 2019 Jeanne Córdova Prize for Lesbian/Queer Nonfiction.
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Molly Pinta, a 13-year-old schoolgirl, and her mom Carolyn launched the first LGBTQ Pride parade in Buffalo Grove, located within the northwest suburbs of Chicago.
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Watch a first teaser from new LGBTQ web series REVERSIBLE!
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Batwoman, the long-awaited series with a lesbian super-heroine, will soon begin.
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“Gentleman Jack” becomes one of the best lesbian TV series.

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