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Denise Ho

 

The concert of Hong Kong's lesbian singer, Denise Ho, has been banned by the Malaysian government.

Brittany Bowe

 

Between awesome performances, a new medal, a gay kiss and LGBT flags on TV, things went well for our Team Rainbow at the Winter Olympics.

gay conversion therapy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Washington state’s House Committee on Health Care & Wellness has approved SB 5722, a bill that would ban conversion therapies for LGBTQ youth. It follows the approval of the Senate.

hook ups

 

Writer, director and producer Arnetta Randall is back with a new web series. "Hook-Ups" showcases people from all backgrounds, gender expression, and sexual orientation. For the project to start, Arnetta launched a fundraising campaign.

Arizona conversion therapy ban

 

In Arizona, a Democratic senator introduced a bill to ban the practice of conversion therapy on LGBT minors. The state could become the tenth to ban these anti-gay "cures".

black panther comic

"Black Panther" first sparked enthusiasm among LGBT fans, but soon it turned into frustration. Marvel removed the queer romance.

lgbt south korean

 

As the Olympic Winter Games have started in South Korea and LGBT athletes have distinguished themselves, the country's LGBT community is trying to be recognized.

lesfic bard awards 2018

 

To all lesbian authors and all lovers of literature, it's your turn to be recognized! The Lesfic Bard Awards now accept your submission for the 2018 awards.

ireen wurst

 

LGBT athletes already stand out with four medals at the Winter Olympics! Our Team Rainbow won two gold medals, one silver, and one bronze medal after only a few days of competition.

malaysia how to spot a gay

In the Malaysian newspaper Sinar Harian, the article entitled “how to spot a gay” learn you how to recognize LGBT people with a list of "qualities."

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