Great news about the lesbian movie “Tell It to the Bees” since many screening rights have been purchased. Annabel Jankel’s drama featuring bisexual actress Anna Paquin and Holliday Grainger will be broadcasted in several countries.
The Colorado House has approved two LGBTQ bills! HB 1129 will prohibit “conversion therapies” to minors and HB 1039 will allow one to change one’s gender on a birth certificate without surgery.
The CW has renewed a dozen series and many of them feature recurring LGBTQ+ characters or offer good visibility to our community.
In Kansas, a few lawmakers have introduced several bills that would describe same-sex marriage as a “parody marriage”, prevent the recognition of transgender people, and allow conversion therapies.
After a short break, out singer and musician Georgia Paterson is back with a new single she released on Valentine’s Day. As usual, she celebrates LGBTQ+ people through her music.
13 LGBTQ+ couples chose Valentine’s Day to launch what is the first lawsuit against the Japanese government to get the right to marry.
Last week, the Health and Human Services Committee in the House of Minnesota approved the “conversion therapies” ban by a 10-6 vote.
To celebrate the Pride Parade held in Cologne this summer, the city will replace 20 classic traffic lights for pedestrians with lights representing same-sex couples along the Parade route.
Hulu seems to be ready to develop a third season of “Marvel’s Runaways”.
Do you remember Mary Walsh and Beverly Nance, a married lesbian couple forbidden to move together to a Missouri retirement home? The two women had filed a complaint against Friendship Village Sunset Hills but the judge had ruled against the couple.