Third in a three-part series on mental health
“They say coming out is a continual process,” said Terence Nelson. “I guess I really didn’t expect I’d still be doing it at my age, but in a way, it gives me purpose — educating a whole new group of people about who is gay and what that means. Especially at this age.”
In its highest attendance to date, the Lavender Law Conference took place in Philadelphia for the first time since 2002. Orchestrated by the LGBT Bar Association, the conference is a three-day series of panel discussions, networking events and the largest minority career fair for LGBT-identified legal professionals across the country.
Special assignment: PGN went to Stockholm for Pride and to learn about LGBTQ issues in Sweden.
The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association ranks Sweden among the most LGBTQ-friendly European countries. But some older adults remember living in a time — until 1979 — when the country’s National Board of Health and Welfare labeled homosexuality a mental illness.
Midwifery Today, a quarterly magazine for midwives that was founded in 1986, is taking on hot water after booking a Lancaster County venue for an upcoming conference that allegedly bars LGBTQ speakers from presenting at the event.
Virginia Republicans deny censure of GOP rep. who wed two men
The Roanoke Times reported a group of Republicans tried but failed to censure a GOP congressman for failing to uphold the party’s values by officiating a gay couple’s wedding.
To combat the opioid crisis, several Philadelphia LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS organizations are advocating for a medically-supervised consumption site in the city’s Kensington section.
France ponders giving lesbians, single women access to IVF
Single women and lesbians in France won’t have to go abroad to have children anymore under a proposed new law that would give them access to medically-assisted reproduction for the first time.
Two years after Tommy Berner proposed to Anthony Reto on vacation on the island of Mykonos, they vowed to spend the rest of their lives together on May 9, 2019, in a ceremony officiated by their friend Ian Morrison in Charleston, South Carolina.