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Boston Women's March for America

Millions worldwide stand for LGBT rights, progressive values at historic Women’s March

LGBT rights—and progressive values for all people—made history yesterday at the Women’s March for America when millions came out for a nonviolent protest at events all over the country and around the world. According  to the Boston Globe, more than 175,000 people […]

Secretary of State and former U.S. Senator (MA) John Kerry. Photo courtesy U.S. State Department

Secretary of State Kerry apologizes for decades of State Dept. discrimination

“These actions were wrong then, just as they would be wrong today.” With this words, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry apologized to the LGBT community on behalf of the State Department for decades of discrimination. According to a January […]

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 […]

Stonewall Inn,National Park Service,historic monument

President Obama designates Stonewall Inn national historic landmark

Forty-seven years after the Stonewall Uprising, President Obama is honoring the Greenwich Village nightclub as a historic national monument. The famous New York City gay club—where patrons famously stood up and fought back against harassment and police raids on June 28, 1969—will […]

Tseng Kwong-Chi,Keith Haring,Tufts Art Gallery

Major exhibit of queer photographer Tseng Kwong Chi celebrates spirit of wild ’80s art scene

He was one of the rising stars of the East Village arts scene who died of AIDS at 39. His friends and creative co-conspiriators included fellow artists Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat, the dancer Bill T. Jones, Madonna, and a litany of other […]

Ireland marriage equality celebration

Ireland officially recognizes same-sex marriages registered in other countries

Monday, November 16, marks the first day Ireland recognizes same-sex marriage licenses registered in other countries. Six months ago, the Irish pubic voted by 62.1 percent to allow gay unions in a historic referendum—the first to do so through a referendum […]

Photo courtesy of The Daily Free Press

Boston University students, faculty blaze LGBT freedom trail

There may be no trail of rainbow-colored bricks commemorating Boston’s LGBT history—at least not yet—but a group of Boston University faculty and students embarked on their own walking tour, traversing the footsteps of homoerotic poet Walt Whitman all the way […]

Boston Gay Men's Chorus 2015 Middle East tour

Boston Gay Men’s Chorus returns from history‑making tour of the Middle East

What a difference a day makes. On June 26, 2015 the members of the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus were in Istanbul, in the midst of the first-ever tour of the Middle East by a gay chorus. News came in: America’s […]

Raffi Freedman Gurspan, transgender, White House

Brookline native appointed first openly transgender White House staff member

The first openly transgender person to serve as a Beacon Hill staffer has made history again. The Obama administration appointed Raffi Freedman-Gurspan as its new outreach and recruitment director for presidential personnel in the White House Office of Presidential Personnel. According and August […]

Provincetown International Film Festival,Jean Carlomusto,Jeff Kaufman,Marcia Ross

Provincetown film fest selections focus on foundations of marriage-equality movement

As the landmark U.S. Supreme Count ruling legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide reverberated, the Provincetown International Film Festival (PIFF), which ended the week prior to the ruling, showed prescience in showcasing a documentary about the early fight for marriage equality that built […]

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