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Gordon College,Wenham,Massachusetts

Gordon College faculty senate resigns over school’s anti-LGBT policy

At Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts, no one is permitted to come out of the closet — not students, not staff and not faculty. “Homosexual practices,” both on and off campus, are forbidden. Last Wednesday, all seven members of Gordon’s faculty […]

U.S. Supreme Court

Federal court: Civil Rights Act protects LGBT workers

‘‘Who will be hurt if gays and lesbians have a little more job protection?’’ The answer in a Chicago federal appeals courts was no one. “So,” asked the judge, “what’s the big deal?’’ Judge Richard Posner ruled that LGBT employees […]

Mayor Marty Walsh

Mayor Walsh raises transgender flag as anti-trans bus rolls into town

“Boston is, and will remain, an accepting and inclusive City. I’m proud to raise the transgender flag at Boston City Hall today.” Such was the message that Boston Mayor Marty Walsh sent out via Twitter on March 30 as the […]

New Hampshire State house

Two big setbacks for LGBT rights in Granite State

The New Hampshire House Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs Committee voted 13-8 this past week to hold back a bill that would have banned conversion therapy for minors. Concerns that the measure would limit parental rights and counseling for youth “working […]

A Suffolk University Law School report found that transgender apartment seekers in Greater Boston are treated unfairly despite Massachusetts law prohibiting such discrimination. Graphic courtesy of

Study shows discrimination against trans apt seekers in Boston

“Discrimination with a smile.” That’s how a new study by researchers at Suffolk Law School describes what transgender apartment seekers in Greater Boston face. Even though such discrimination is illegal in Massachusetts, more than 60 percent of transgender people shopping […]

Set in Boston and Portland, Maine, “The Guys Next Door” is a documentary from veteran Boston filmmakers Amy Geller and Allie Humenuk. Shot over three years, Geller and Humenuk tell the story, with humor and humanity, of four adults and two kids who have created an extended family with all the joys, tensions and moments that define all families of all configurations.

Powerful program playing at Boston LGBT Film Festival

(Editor’s note: This story appears in the March/April 2017 print edition of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.) For much of its nearly 30-plus years of existence, the Boston LGBT Film Festival’s organizers heard from skeptics who asked why such an […]

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 […]

Dr. Joshua D. Safer

Mass Medical Society honors doctor for major work in trans health

While the national debate over whether healthcare should truly be available to everyone rages on, many in the medical community are busy working to establish and enhance what healthcare for everyone truly means. Example: the Massachusetts Medical Society and one hardworking expert […]

Rep. Joe McNamara

Anti-conversion therapy bill brings Rhode Island closer to statewide ban

If the Prevention of Conversion Therapy for Children Act is passed, licensed medical practitioners would be prohibited from practicing “a range of dangerous and discredited practices that seek to change a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity,” according to a legal […]

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 […]

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