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QUEER & NOW
A look at the full spectrum of the LGBTQIA+ experience for Pride Month.
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The "Hustlers" actor portrays a transgender woman caring for her ailing mother, played by Patricia Clarkson, in the acclaimed drama.
The Montana lawmaker was censured by Republican lawmakers after speaking out against anti-transgender legislation last week.
"Why would I not come to the people who need to hear this message the most?" asked Lizzo during her Knoxville concert on Friday.
With "Boy," the Los Angeles singer-songwriter conveys the pain ― and occasional pleasures ― of being a young gay man at an emotional crossroads.
"My family can’t easily flee Uvalde or Texas, escape the people who hate people like me. Nor do we want to. What will happen to us?"
More than 650 anti-LGBTQ+ bills have been introduced across the country this year, according to a civil liberties think tank.
"Growing up as a Gen X queer youth in rural Montana literally almost killed me."
"I have to admit that some of the joy I used to feel for this project has been replaced by anger."
The former NBA star has been a longtime ally for the LGBTQ+ community.
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The nonbinary Black writer uses their book, "We See Each Other," to tell a relatively new story — to us.