Even here in Boston, it proves impossible to fully escape discrimination against LGBTQA+ people.
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After several days of backlash, parade organizers voted unanimously to reverse their decision and allow OUTVETS to march in the parade.
Events exploring Asian American LGBTQA+ identities, beauty standards and activism will take place through Saturday.
Identity politics should be opened to include all groups.
The administration is unfit even to be heard by children.
Advocates and activists gathered on Beacon Hill for Saturday’s Trans and Queer Liberation Rally and March
Initiated in 1988, World AIDS Day, held on Dec. 1, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic and mourning those who have died of the disease.
About 50 members of the Boston transgender community gathered to protest a recent initiative aiming to repeal a trans-friendly public accommodations bill.
Transgender individuals are legally guaranteed equal access to all public spaces and facilities after Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed a law banning discrimination against transgender people on Friday, July 8. The signing came after months of political wrangling in the State House and more than a decade of advocacy and debate over transgender rights in the state.
There is no way this column could be focused on anything but the tragedy in Orlando.
When 49 people are murdered and 53 more are injured at an LGBTQA+ club for nothing more than existing at the wrong place at the wrong time, all other topics and problems and discussions fall to the wayside. This was the deadliest shooting in United States history, and not writing about it would be almost disrespectful.
But what is there to say?