In a scene eerily reminiscent of a 1960’s cold war era novel, the young woman sat nervously at the outside table of the café not far from the museum district and main railroad station in St. Petersburg, chain smoking French Gitanes and toying with the food on her plate in front of her. She kept nervously glancing around as if she expected to suddenly be swept up in a secret police raid.
Tennessee is allowed to enforce a ban on trans healthcare, a drag ban is challenged in Montana, and a Kansas attorney general sues to impose assigned sex on state IDs.
Former President Barack Obama, in an open letter published on his social media accounts Monday, praised the country’s librarians for standing “on the front lines” as book bans spread around the nation.
Russia is prosecuting an internet company for "LGBT propaganda," the Church of England is debating blessings for same-sex unions, and advocates fight for accurate medical records in Canada.
(WB) A spokesperson for the Florida Democratic Party tells the Washington Blade it vows to fight for the repeal of that state’s anti-transgender bathroom bill, which went into effect July 1, after being called out for not counting any anti-trans legislation among “10 Bad Bills” the party recently shared on its social media accounts.
As conservative politicos gathered in Palm Beach County, the backlash over a controversial video promoted by Gov. Ron DeSantis’ presidential campaign carried on.
(WB) House Republicans on Thursday passed a series of anti-LGBTQ amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act, which establishes recommended funding levels for the U.S. Department of Defense each year.
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