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queer eye

 

For the first time, the Queer Eye series will feature a lesbian makeover in season three.

Published in TV & Movies

Mary Walsh Beverly Nance

 

Friendship Village, an old people's home in St. Louis, Missouri, have discriminated against a lesbian couple.

gender neutral bathroom

 

In the North Kansas City School District in Missouri, Rising Hill Elementary and Northview Elementary have installed gender-neutral restrooms.

lgbtq flag

 

The anti-discrimination bill is moving ahead a bit in Missouri but is unlikely to be voted on this year.

Jessica Hicklin

 

A transgender prisoner won her fight for the right to live her femininity.

lgbt protection

 

Are you ready for a new battle to protect LGBT people? In Missouri, three bills have been introduced to ensure a minimum level of protection for our community.

college of the ozarks large

 

"LGBTQ Unfriendly", a survey conducted by Princeton Review with 137,000 students from 382 schools and published this month lists the most LGBTQ unfriendly schools.

The most unfriendly is the College of the Ozarks, a private Christian school that is located in Point Lookout, Missouri.

Julia Roberts Miguel Johnson

 

Actress Julia Roberts is supporting Miguel Johnson, a 16-year-old student who is fighting for better protection for LGBT students in the face of the Trump administration.

Wednesday, 15 February 2017 00:16

Two anti-trans bills introduced in Arizona

arizona

 

 

Representative Anthony Kern introduced two bills (HB 2293 and HB 2294) against the rights of transgender people.

erin oflaherty

 

 

Erin O'Flaherty, 23, became the first openly gay Miss Missouri and so the first lesbian contestant to compete for Miss America too.

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