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Azealia Banks’ Twitter Deactivated After Racist And Homophobic Tweets

This post originally published by Huffington Post Queer Voices. Azealia Banks is no longer on Twitter.   The controversial rapper’s account — @azealiabanks — was deactivated Thursday after she posted a series of offensive tweets aimed at singer Zayn Malik that included homophobic and racial slurs.  Twitter users were calling for …

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Azealia Banks banned from Twitter for homophobic Zayn Malik rant

This post originally published by LGBTQ Nation. On the down side: Without Twitter, Banks might find the time to make more music. Bargain bin Yesterday we reported that obnoxious rap artist Azealia Banks went on another rant, taking to Twitter to call One Direction’s Zayn Malik a “faggot,” a “sand …

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An Interview with Vicky Vox (She’s an Entertainer, Bitch!)

This post originally published by Huffington Post Queer Voices. Photo by Austin Young With season 8 of RuPaul’s Drag Race coming to a close, it’s easy to forget that in addition to the 100 queens that make up the show’s illustrious cast, there are countless performers who have been making …

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An Interview with Vetch: A Magazine of Trans Poetry and Poetics

This post originally published by Huffington Post Queer Voices. In a year of unconstitutional “bathroom bills” aimed at terrorizing trans women and Antioch Review’s publication (and defense of) one of the most transphobic “articles” many of us have seen in recent years (a petition opposed to its publication garnered thousands …

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Privacy, Privilege and Prince

This post originally published by Huffington Post Queer Voices. Two of the biggest names in the arts and politics died this year: Prince and Antonin Scalia. While it’s hard to find much in common with these two men, there is one thing they should have in common: the way their …

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Deena Kaye Rose Talks Transgender Memoir Some Days Are Diamonds (AUDIO)

This post originally published by Huffington Post Queer Voices. This week I talked with writer/musician Deena Kaye Rose about her must-read memoir Some Days Are Diamonds that chronicles Deena’s life as a Nashville songwriter and her struggle to transition during a time when the term transgender didn’t exist. In her …

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Caitlyn Jenner’s Rep Slams Rumors Of The Star ‘De-Transitioning’

This post originally published by Huffington Post Queer Voices. Caitlyn Jenner is absolutely not de-transitioning.  Jenner’s representative shot down a biographer’s claim that the Olympic icon had regretted coming out as transgender, the New York Daily News reports.  “Not worth commenting on such an idiotic report,” Jenner’s rep said. “Of …

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Transgender Advocates Decry Kansas Proposal On Birth Records

This post originally published by EDGE Media Network. Kansas will “absolutely” face a lawsuit if its health department moves ahead with planned regulatory changes that would make it far more difficult for transgender residents to alter their original birth certificates, a lawyer-advocate said Thursday. Attorney Pedro Irigonegaray was one of …

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