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The Virginia Senate has passed a pair of bills that would expand LGBTQ rights by prohibiting discrimination in employment and housing. [Read More]
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John Smid led "ex-gay" ministry Love In Action for 22 years, but now advocates against conversion therapy... [Read More]
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The Trevor Project has donated a book about a gay rabbit who marries another male rabbit to the anti-gay Christian school where Karen Pence teaches. [Read More]
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Second Lady Karen Pence has accepted a twice-weekly teaching job at a school that openly discriminates against LGBTQ people... [Read More]
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Dominion ONYX shares his thoughts on inclusion within the leather community, kink, and MAL Weekend... [Read More]
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A lesbian server at Chili's has filed an EEOC complaint alleging that she was denied a promotion because her superiors thought she dressed too masculine. [Read More]
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Tedd Patterson and Manny Ward pay tribute to Knuckles on Mid-Atlantic Leather's last night... [Read More]
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Your Complete Guide to Every Official and Unofficial MAL 2019 Event and Party... [Read More]
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M. Night Shyamalan mashes up two seemingly unrelated films into one nutty sequel with Glass. [Read More]
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Showcasing the monk's 17-year journey, the show represents an extraordinary achievement in multitasking... [Read More]
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Featuring Funtasy, Cascada, RuPaul, and more! [Read More]
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Our picks of the best LGBTQ nightlife in the D.C. area! [Read More]
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Everything arts and entertainment in the D.C. area this week! [Read More]
Tags: Town DC - January - arts
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Our picks of the best arts and entertainment in the D.C. area this week! [Read More]
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D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine has reached a settlement with popular restaurant Cuba Libre to ensure transgender customers do not face discrimination. [Read More]
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The Virginia elementary requires employees to pledge not to engage in "homosexual activity." [Read More]
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Pennsylvania Rep. Brian Sims wants Facebook to revisit its criteria for hate speech after he was banned for reposting an anti-gay slur directed at him. [Read More]
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In 1995, Metro Weekly photographed Carol Channing for its cover. To honor the legend's passing, our interview appears online for the first time. [Read More]
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New York State lawmakers have passed two pro-LGBTQ bills banning conversion therapy and approving legal protections for transgender residents. [Read More]
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