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Found in Brooklyn's Prospect Park

Prominent gay rights lawyer's suicide

David S. Buckel died April 14, 2018 after setting himself on fire in a Brooklyn park, NYC police said. Jeffery C. Matsapril of The New york Times reported April 14 that David S. Buckel, 60, a …

Meet the candidates night

Courting Harrisburg's LGBT vote

Candidates running for Congress, the Pennsylvania state House and Senate, and Lieutenant Governor gathered April 9 in Harrisburg to court the LGBT vote. "Currently we are living in a political …

Rallying to improve health care

The power of hundreds of nurses

Hundreds of nurse practitioners (NPs) traveled to Harrisburg to advocate for better access to care for residents. The nurses support Senate Bill 25 and House Bill …

Is this BIG BROTHER or not?

Department Of Homeland Security's blacklist of journalists & 'media influencers'

In a recent installment of "I’m Not Terrified, You Are," Bloomberg Law reports on a FedBizOpps.gov posting by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with the relatively benign-sounding subject …

2020 U.S. Census

LGBT Americans won't be counted

LGBT advocacy groups are outraged after proposed questions regarding sexual orientation and gender identity were quickly removed April 3 from a just-released draft of the 2020 U.S. Census.

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LGBT Guide 2018

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I'm Dr. Deano - I have a PhD in LOVE!

Love me, feed me, never leave me

Hello, Dr. Deano here and I would like to talk to you today about the psychology of the color orange, especially since it pertains to me! Orange is an energetic color, bringing out feelings of …

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Doing difficult discussions

Recently I had a tough conversation with a good friend. It was tough because he thought I would agree with his basic premise, which I didn’t. This surprised him and he initially …

Taking down China's Goliath

Anti-gay internet ban smashed

An all-out “call to arms” by China’s LGBT’s community slayed the giant nation’s anti-gay internet ban. China's Twitter-like thing, Sina Weibo, banned gay content on April 13. The …


Macron's overtures blurs church & state lines

Emmanuel Macron has blurred a line that has kept French government free of religious intervention for generations, critics said, after he called for stronger ties between the state and the Catholic …


Being boldly - NOT for everyone

By Dr. Terry Drew Kaaren Are you comfortable in your own skin? Though they might not admit it, I’m sure you can think of someone in your life who thinks they are just fine, but their …

Calls to decriminalise homosexuality

Athletes again leading the charge

English diver Tom Daley has called for more Commonwealth countries to decriminalise homosexuality. Daley won his fourth Commonwealth Games gold medal as he and Dan Goodfellow won the synchronised …

A Breakthrough

Heroes Fight's first 'Pride in Swaziland'

In the last week of June, LGBT activists in Swaziland hope to make history by holding the African country’s first ever Pride march and festival, reports Tim Temman for The Daily Breast. Advocacy …