Philadelphia’s theaters were alight with comedies, dramas, documentaries and even a “Big, Gay Musical” in the past two weeks for the 15th annual QFest.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People announced a new initiative this month aimed at uniting the sexual- and racial-minority populations to strive for equal rights together.
Navy murderer may be gay
The Dallas Voice reports that the family of August Provost, a bisexual Navy seaman murdered last month, is alleging that his attacker is a gay sailor who killed Provost over fears of being outed.
The board of directors at the William Way LGBT Community Center met this week for its regular public session, giving special recognition to center affiliate John “Jack” Wilcox and reporting on the center’s financial and program status.
Homosexual acts are illegal in 85 countries throughout the world, and at least seven countries permit the death penalty for those found to have violated this law.
Equal benefits ordered for trans
The Supreme Court in Islamabad, Pakistan, has ordered that trans people should receive equal protection and support from the government.