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The Frivolist: 6 Gay Places to Kick Off the Best Summer Ever

  By: Mikey Rox*/Special to TRT— Skip Palm Springs, forget Fire Island and put P-Town on hold. This year, you’re headed to a new LGBT-friendly destination for an unexpected getaway with all the perks to which you’re privy. Time to get packin’. Houston, Texas Texas isn’t the first state that comes to mind when you […]

Antigone Rising to Perform At GLAAD’s Inaugural in Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—On June 12, 2015, Antigone Rising along with other artists and celebrities from across the country will come together to support LGBT acceptance at the inaugural Concert for Love and Acceptance, presented by Grammy-nominated and Dove Award-winning artist Ty Herndon and GLAAD, at City Winery in Nashville, Tenn. The first-of-its-kind country music event, which will take place […]

The Emboldened Girls: A Candid Conversation with Jane Fonda & Lily Tomlin

By: Chris Azzopardi*/Special to TRT— Lily Tomlin is watching Jane Fonda weep. As the showbiz icon releases a steady stream of waterworks – she’s “wiping tears away,” Tomlin notes – Fonda pauses slightly to collect herself before answering. The question? Why gay men have forever revered older women even when the rest of the world – […]

In Charge! Tom Bourdon Gets It Done in Greater Boston

By: Christine Nicco/TRT Reporter— Founded in 1972, PFLAG is the nation’s largest family and ally organization serving the LGBTQ community with over 350 chapters across the country. One of said chapters is the Greater Boston PFLAG, an organization that has been making leaps and bounds since the inception of its new President and Executive Director, […]

Several Orgs. Focus on A More Inclusive LGBT “Tomorrow”

By: The Seattle Lesbian— As the country awaits the Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage equality, over 100 national, local and state-based LGBTQ organizations across the country Monday launch Our Tomorrow, a grassroots and digital campaign designed to engage LGBTQ people in a national conversation about their future. The campaign encourages LGBTQ individuals and friends across the country to share […]

Why Marriage Equality Matters for Older Americans

By: Michael Adams and Jonathan Jacob Nadler*— For more than thirty years, Kathy Murphy and Sam Baker lived together in a committed relationship.  However, because Kathy was white and Sam was African-American, the State of Texas refused to issue them a marriage license. Eventually, the couple travelled to Massachusetts, where they were married. That same year, […]

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