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Transgender reverend cried ‘tears of joy’ after becoming minister of her own church

A transgender minister has made history in Australia as the first openly trans person to be inducted into a mainstream church. Reverend Josephine “Jo” Inkpin was already a priest when she came out to her Anglican community four years ago, making her Australia’s first ever transgender church leader. She…

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Joe Biden Honors Transgender Day Of Visibility With Historic Proclamation

The president reiterated his support of the Equality Act, which many see as the LGBTQ rights movement’s top legislative priority.

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Pentagon officially ends Trump’s discriminatory ban on transgender people serving in the military

The Pentagon has marked the Transgender Day of Visibility by lifting a Trump-era ban on trans people serving openly in the US military. On Thursday (31 March) the US Defence Department unveiled a new policy allowing trans people to serve openly, repealing Trump’s restrictions and effectively returning Pentagon…

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Joe Biden releases historic Transgender Day of Visibility presidential proclamation

“Transgender Day of Visibility recognizes the generations of struggle, activism, and courage that have brought our country closer to full equality for transgender and gender non-binary people in the United States and around the world.”

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Joe Biden Makes History With Trans Day of Visibility Proclamation

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The Democrat becomes the first U.S. president to have the White House formally recognize Transgender Day of Visibility.

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White House sued by LGBT+ students over ‘widespread discrimination’ at religious colleges

A group of LGBT+ students have filed a class-action lawsuit against the US government to stop religious schools from receiving federal funds to discriminate against queer students. The Religious Exemption Accountability Project (REAP) announced on Tuesday (30 March) it filed a lawsuit in the US disctrict court in Oregon on…

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Mila Jam Marks Transgender Day Of Visibility With Stunning New Video

The singer and activist said she wanted “Pretty One” to convey “a journey about finding yourself, giving your power away, reclaiming it and owning it.”

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Theater Stars Mix and Match Genders in Annual ‘Broadway Backwards’ Benefit, Virtual Edition WATCH Free Until April 3.

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Donate if you can to Broadway Cares to benefit NYC LGBTQ Center and Isolated queers.

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Broadway Backwards Explores How the Isolation of the Covid-19 Pandemic has Specifically Affected the LGBTQ Community.

The show will feature Jay Armstrong Johnson as an isolated New Yorker who dreams a fantastical journey guided by a late night television host, portrayed by Jenn Colella. New performances will be merged with full numbers from previous editions of Broadway Backwards to create a Broadway Backwards that feels distinctly of the moment.

Broadway Backwards is the free online event,
where gender doesn’t matter but love does,
can be viewed here
and on the Broadway Cares YouTube channel.
On demand through 11:59 pm Saturday, April 3.

This year’s streaming event includes a special opening number with Stephanie J. Block, Deborah Cox and Lea Salonga. And the star-studded finale includes new performances by Amy Adams, James Monroe Iglehart, Cheyenne Jackson, L Morgan Lee, Raymond J. Lee, Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Ruthie Ann Miles, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Jessie Mueller, Kelli O’Hara, Karen Olivo, Bernadette Peters, Sis and Elizabeth Stanley. The finale also includes special appearances by Debbie Allen, Matt Bomer, Brenda Braxton, Len Cariou, Glenn Close, Loretta Devine, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Cherry Jones, Aasif Mandvi, Michael McElroy, Javier Muñoz, Jim Parsons, Eve Plumb, Roslyn Ruff and Tony Yazbeck.

The event will also include special guests Chasten Buttigieg, Anderson Cooper, Ariana DeBose, Don Lemon, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Robin Roberts, Tony Shalhoub and Ben Vereen.

New performances will be merged with full numbers from previous editions of Broadway Backwards to create a Broadway Backwards that feels distinctly of the moment. The show includes beloved performances from previous editions of Broadway Backwards by Ward Billeisen, Charl Brown, Tituss Burgess, Joshua Buscher-West, Len Cariou, Carolee Carmello, Jamie Cepero, Bryan Terrell Clark, Darren Criss, Steven Cutts, Ariana DeBose, Cynthia Erivo, Garlen Gilliland, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Andy Kelso, Eddie Korbich, Marty Lawson, Michael McElroy, Bonnie Milligan, Debra Monk, Alfie Parker Jr., Brandon Pearson, Eric Petersen, Waldemar Quinones-Villanueva, Andrew Rannells, Alex Ringler, Chita Rivera, Michael James Scott, Ryan Steele, Dennis Stowe, Lillias White, Curtis Wiley and Tony Yazbeck.

The full company of performers also includes Danyel Fulton, Shelon Henry, Diana Huey, Aaron Libby, Nathan Lucrezio, Melinda Porto, Shelby Ringdahl, Vishal Vaidya and Blake Zolfo.

Creator Robert Bartley returns as writer and director for this virtual version of the show. He is joined by Mary-Mitchell Campbell as music supervisor, Ted Arthur as music director, Eamon Foley as director of photography and video editor, and Tyler Milliron as VFX designer. Joshua Buscher-West joins as associate director, Nick Connors as orchestrator, Benedict Braxton-Smith as music producer and audio engineer, Matt Kraus as sound designer and Samantha Rodriguez as costume designer.

Broadway Backwards is produced by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and benefits Broadway Cares and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in New York City.

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Celebs, Feminists Stand in Solidarity With Trans Women & Girls

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Leaders in advocacy, business, entertainment, media, politics, and social justice have signed on to an open letter for Transgender Day of Visibility and Women’s History Month.

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Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz under investigation over alleged sexual relationship with teen. Like No Other: TIMELINE of Gaetz Headlines.

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Trump-boosting Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz is under investigation over allegations that he maintained a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl and paid for her to travel with him, according to a report Tuesday. The three-term Republican, who is one of former President Donald Trump’s most ardent allies on Capitol Hill, is being probed by Justice Department prosecutors for potentially breaking federal sex trafficking laws by allegedly traveling across state lines with the teen to engage in sex, multiple sources told The New York Times. The teen’s identity is not known, and it’s unclear … Read More

Now Gaetz Under Investigation: No Other Member of Congress Comes Close To Inspiring These Kinds of Headlines. A TIMELINE.

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