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Boston received a perfect score on LGBTQ equality, according to HRC's fifth annual Municipal Equality Index, published in mid-October 2016. Overall, Massachusetts cities and towns earned a high mark of 85, an average of 30 over the national average. Photo by billandkent / Flickr Creative Commons

Boston receives perfect score on HRC’s equality index

No doubt we’ve all had our ups and downs over the past year, but Boston has had a way up year, according to HRC’s Municipal Equality Index, which gave the city a perfect score. Plus this is the fifth year […]

Reverend Joy K. Fallon, senior minister at King's Chapel, leading a gathering to support Massachusetts's recently passed transgender-equality law on October 13, 2016. Days after the law went into effect on October 1, an anti-transgender advocacy group presented enough signatures to ask voters for a repeal in 2018. Photo courtesy of Freedom Massachusetts.

Faith-based gathering rejects repeal of trans-rights law

A broad coalition of supporters gathered at Boston’s King’s Chapel on October 13 to stand in solidarity against transgender discrimination and support for the Massachusetts law enacted October 1 that extends full equal rights to transgender people. The gathering comes in […]

Hat Sisters Tim O'Connor (left) and John Michael Gray. Gray died September 24, 2016. Photo courtesy Hat Sisters Facebook page.

Passing of Hat Sister leaves charitable legacy

News of the September 24 passing of Hat Sister John Michael Gray swept through Boston, Provincetown and beyond over the weekend. While a full report of the life and legacy of Gray and his surviving husband, Tim O’Connor—the other fabulous and […]

Fran's Place

After farewell party, ‘oldest gay bar in Mass’ to close doors

Lynn, MA—Known by many as the “Cheers of the North Shore,” Fran’s Place is closing its doors on September 26. Its owner, Jay Collins, along with many patrons, considers Fran’s the oldest gay bar in Massachusetts still in operation, a distinction that very […]

Bride Pride,roux,Provincetown Women's Week

Largest lesbian wedding aims to set world record at P’town Women’s Week

Women’s Week 2016 in Provincetown promises to be an extra special love fest. One of this big events this year is being billed as the “World’s Largest All-Girl Wedding and Renewal Ceremony,” and its planners say that if they get at least […]

Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo meeting with a transgender activist. Gov. Rhode Island is now providing health insurance coverage for gender transition services, the governor recently announced. Photo courtesy   of the governor's office.

This Just in from Little Rhody: trans health coverage, youth pride, healthy sex, and more

Reported by Kim Harris Stowell, Boston Spirit contributing writer (Editor’s note: This article appears in the September/October 2016 print edition of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.) Transgender Transitional Services Covered for State Workers The health insurance plan for Rhode Island state […]

Maggie Hassan

Granite State Headlines: Hassan’s Fight, Stargazers’ Fest, plus first Out DNC VP

Reported by Alyssa Gillin, Boston Spirit contributing writer (Editor’s note: This article appears in the September/October 2016 print edition of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.) New Hampshire Governor Bans Transgender Discrimination in the State On July 1, New Hampshire governor Maggie […]

Harbor to Bay,Community Research Initiative

Team CRI cyclists, volunteers gear up for Harbor to Bay ride

If you haven’t registered to ride, volunteer and/or donate to the 2016 Harbor to Bay ride, it’s not too late to join Team CRI today. The 14th annual ride takes place on Saturday, September 17, over three routes: Boston to Provincetown, […]

Valerie Frias,Greater Boston PFLAG

Greater Boston PFLAG Welcomes New Executive Director Valerie Frias

Greater Boston PFLAG is welcoming in a new executive director while bidding outgoing director Tom Bourdon a fond farewell. Upon appointing Valerie Frias to the top spot, the organization’s board chair Mark Mettler said in a July 27 GBFLAG press release,  “Greater Boston PFLAG […]

Boston Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence,

Boston Sisters of Perpetual IndulgenceTo Be Honored at Annual GLAD PTOWN FETE

Every year, Boston’s Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence work their magic volunteering their good services at GLAD’s annual Summer Party in Provincetown. This year, GLAD is returning the favor, celebrating them as the big event’s guests of honor. The 35th annual Summer […]

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