LGBTQ

Steve April 7, 2020

From left, Vice President Mike Pence, NIAID Director Dr. Anthony Fauci and President Tweety McTreason attend a press conference on the coronavirus. Dr. Anthony Fauci said Tuesday the visibility LGBTQ people brought to themselves during the height of the HIV/AIDS epidemic helped change the tide for public perception. Fauci made the remarks during the daily […]

Steve April 7, 2020

April 7, 2020 at 3:26 pm EDT | by Philip Van Slooten Regional libraries vary in LGBTQ content during pandemic A contingent from the Anne Arundel Public Library marches in the 2019 Annapolis Pride Parade. (Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key) The Anne Arundel County Public Library system in Maryland has, like most regional libraries, […]

Steve April 7, 2020

“New, used, or worn, it’s your choice!” says Emerson Collins. Disclaimer: We are no way claiming that wearing a jockstrap will actually protect you from the novel coronavirus. Who knew the gays would be ideally equipped for a global pandemic? Producer, actor, and self-described Dandy, Emerson Collins just had an inspired idea. Why not repurpose […]

Steve April 7, 2020

Mayor Muriel Bowser said the city will have to make ‘tough choices’ on the budget that will include cuts. (Photo by Lorie Shaull) A projected $607 million D.C. budget shortfall caused by the coronavirus outbreak has placed in doubt an ambitious request by a coalition of nine local LGBTQ or LGBTQ supportive organizations for $22.6 […]

Steve April 7, 2020

American talk show host Ellen DeGeneres has sought to dial down claims that she is “mean” off-camera by expressing her “love” for her crew. Detractors have long seeded doubt over DeGeneres’ sunny stalwart image, but suspicion turned to controversy after a comic Kevin Porter took to Twitter to describe her as “one of the meanest people […]