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The LGBT community in Boston responds to the shootings at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando last summer with a candlelight vigil. Photo by Meg Birnbaum

LGBT community top target for hate crimes in Boston

Although reports of hate crimes in Boston fell by almost 10 percent this year — even as they surged in other major cities — the LGBT community remained the primary target in 2016, as it was in 2015. What’s more, numbers from the […]

Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg

MassEquality to honor Bay State Senate President

Today, March 21, is the last chance to get tickets to MassEquality’s Beacons of Light dinner and Icon Awards ceremony, which takes place this Thursday night, March 23. The guest of honor is Senate President Stan Rosenberg, who’ll receive MassEquality’s […]

Jennifer Horn

New Hampshire newsmakers: Standing up for LGBT rights

(Editor’s note: These news briefs — and more from all New England States — appear in the March/April 2017 print edition of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.) Portsmouth City Council unanimously supports LGBT rights The Portsmouth City Council unanimously voted to support state […]

OUTVETS,Boston Saint Patrick's Day Parade

St. Patrick’s Day Parade organizers unanimously vote OUTVETS back in

OUTVETS is back in the parade. After organizers of Boston’s Saint Patrick’s Day Parade voted 9-4 on March 7 to reject New England’s LGBTQ Veterans Organization from returning for the third year to march, the local and national media, political leaders […]


OUTVETS denied return to St. Pat’s Day parade; Mayor Walsh pulls out in protest

New England’s LGBTQ Veterans Organization OUTVETS has been denied its place in Boston’s March 19, 2017 St. Patrick’s Day parade — a spot it held for the past two years. Standing in solidarity with OUTVETS, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh responded by pulling out […]

Mapping Our Identities, Sharing Our Journeys: Fourth Annual LGBTIQA Intergenerational Gathering

Thriving social scene emerging for LGBT older adults in Western Mass.

[This story appears in the March|April 2017 issue of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.] Decades ago there were sizeable migrations of LGBT adults moving to larger cities where people found strength in numbers. In these newly established gay meccas, LGBT people […]

Rhode Island Congressman David Cicilline

Rhode Island Congressmen to bring LGBT people, other minorities to Trump speech

Rhode Island Congressmen Jim Langevin and David Cicilline. co-chair of the LGBT Equality Caucus, believe that President Trump should face a crowd that includes ethnic minorities, LGBT people, undocumented immigrants, the disabled and other members of the U.S. population when he […]

Boston Women's March for America

Boston Women’s March for America inclusive of LGBTQIA

Its organizers want you to know that the Boston Women’s March for America on Saturday, January 21, is for everyone. Women, immigrants, people of color, people who identify as LGBTQIA, “all of us.” And according to the Boston Globe, “Count […]

Massachusetts State House

Don’t forget the bona fide milestones and other progressive moments of 2016

Before we cry “annus horribilis!” of 2016, we at Boston Spirit would like to take a minute to remember a few of its bona fide milestones and other progressive moments as we ring in 2017. Here are just a few of our […]

Cari and Lauri Ryding

Natick residents supporting lesbian neighbors named Bostonians of the Year

It’s the kind of story that shows what the “A” in LGBTQA is all about — for the neighbors of Natick lesbian couple Cari and Lauri Ryding are true allies. When the couple returned home from a vacation last August, they […]

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