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How LGBTQ people and Jews were stereotyped as violent predators

This post originally published by LGBTQ Nation. LGBTQ people and Jews have historically been regarded as wolves in sheep’s clothing. Francis Barlow [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons By initially passing and then failing to repeal House Bill 2 in North Carolina, which Governor Pat McCrory signed into law, the North …

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New York City issues first known intersex birth certificate

This post originally published by LGBTQ Nation. Sara Kelly Keenan is the first person in California, and the second in the nation, to receive a non-binary gender designation. Sara Kelly Keenan New York City issued the first known birth certificate to list “intersex” rather than “male” or “female” last week …

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Will President Trump cut aid to international queer and intersex advocates?

This post originally published by LGBTQ Nation. With three weeks until the inauguration of Donald Trump as 45th president of the United States, activists for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people here and abroad are expressing fear that the incoming administration will abandon their cause for equal rights. At …

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Pat McCrory Is Still Trying to Protect His Anti-LGBT Legacy

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. With his last grasp to power, Pat McCrory tried to defend the Republican super majority he’s relied on in North Carolina to keep his anti-LGBT law in place. A court ruled after the election that North Carolina had racially gerrymandered districts responsible for …

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Young Kennedy Gets Arrested After Standing Up for Gay Friend

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. A young member of the Kennedy family was arrested at an Aspen nightclub for standing up for a gay friend, according to the Aspen Daily News. Conor Kennedy was at the Bootsy Bellows nightclub when his friend was called a faggot, according to …

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The 10 biggest bisexual stories of 2016

This post originally published by LGBTQ Nation. (Photo by Rich Fury/Invision/AP, File) It’s been a big year for the bisexual community. Studies are showing that young people are increasingly identifying as something other than gay or straight (including the majority of the LGBTQ community). And visibility is increasing with the …

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Historians move conference from North Carolina to Maryland over HB2 law

This post originally published by LGBTQ Nation.   Share on Facebook   Share on Twitter BALTIMORE (AP) — Business historians are protesting North Carolina‘s controversial transgender law by moving the Business History Conference to Baltimore‘s Inner Harbor. Business History Conference secretary-treasurer Roger Horowitz tells local media that the event, scheduled …

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The Top Ten Articles of 2016

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. 10. It’s Time You Realize #AllLivesMatter Is Racist  Educate your  *confused* friends with ease. 9. WeHo Sheriff Says Gay YouTuber Faked Hate Crime Officials with the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station say Calum McSwiggan injured himself. McSwiggan says he was targeted in a gay …

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Japanese snacks features kissing queer couples on their packaging

This post originally published by LGBTQ Nation.   Share on Facebook   Share on Twitter Japanese companies Kirin and Glico teamed up earlier this year to bring consumers a little bit of love with their snacks. Beverage company Kirin and snack food manufacturer Glico’s marketing departments joined forces by creating …

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