Marquette University seems to be sending a message to students and faculty who support Catholic doctrine regarding marriage: if you oppose gay marriage keep your mouth shut.
Department of Health Proposes Regulation to Ensure Transgender New Yorkers Have Access to Certain Medically Necessary Care
On January 12, James Yuill of folktronic fame returns, teaming up with British production newcomer Jackson, on ‘Love Love Love’ – An addictive dance/folk fusion full of good vibes, complete with James’ soft distinctive vocals, mellow organs and cool guitars.
Book Riot has called Katie Gilmartin’s Blackmail, My Love a best book of 2014.
Danny Garvin, one of the most important witnesses to, and participants in, the legendary Stonewall Uprising in 1969, has passed away at the age of 65. Garvin died on December 9 in New York City.
Luke Pasqualino, UK television star of The Musketeers and E4’s Skins, will star in the American indie drama Retake as Brandon, a young male prostitute who gets hired by a middle-aged man trying to re-live a road trip from his past. Retake director Nick Corporon stated, “Our challenge in casting Brandon was to find an actor who is not just incredibly talented but fearless. Luke has established himself as a dynamic and bold performer. His vivid take on Brandon will surprise those who have been with him since Skins.”
Here TV, America’s only gay TV network, will premiere a sizzling new show, Broke Straight Boys – The Reality Series. This eight episode series takes an inside look at one of the most popular gay adult websites. The series kicks off with an hour-long first episode, followed by seven additional 30-minute episodes. Broke Straight Boys – The Reality Series will premiere on the network Friday, December 19, 2014.
The Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF) today praised the New York State Department of Financial Services for issuing guidance requiring health insurance companies to cover transgender health care on the same terms as other care.
An anti-harassment training at a Catholic university in Wisconsin encouraged employees to report anyone they hear criticizing gay marriage to the school’s human-resources department.
The Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF) applauds the New York City Council for passing legislation yesterday that will end the city’s discriminatory birth certificate policy. The bill – Int. 491 (2014) – introduced by Councilmember Corey Johnson, eliminates the surgery requirement for transgender people seeking to change the sex designation on their birth certificates. The new policy will require that a licensed health care provider state under oath that based on contemporary expert standards, an individual’s true sex is not accurately recorded on their current birth certificate. Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to sign the bill into law. The Board of Health is expected to adopt regulations tomorrow that mirror this legislation.
MadeMark Publishing announces the publication of Outer Voices Inner Lives, a new collection of stories and essays by LGBTQ writers over age 50. Outer Voices Inner Lives is the first literary collection to feature exclusively the work of LGBTQ writers over 50.