Queer News Recap – September 2, 2018

Welcome back, everyone! Here's your Queer News Recap for the week! Pennsylvania's Laws Updated In Slightly Uneven Way The Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission added sexual orientation and gender identity to its definition of protected groups. That means people can now file complaints with the commission if they feel they were discriminated against in those settings [...]

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Queer News Recap – August 26, 2018

Welcome to the Queer Recap! Here I’ll round up some important LGBTQIA++ News stories, sum them up, and share my sources for further perusal. LGBT Southern History Project A large-scale effort is being made to uncover lost, removed, and rewritten chapters of the south's Queer History. LGBT+ people have been around forever, including in the [...]

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Letters & Colors

As time has passed, acceptance for the LGBTQ+ community had begun to take a journey into new areas of sexuality and gender expression that have never been explored by mainstream American society. The Stonewall Riots, in 1969 changed the course for that community to bring awareness, acceptance, and recognition as an individual community that was [...]

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PFLAG Jersey Shore Gives Back the Love to The Center in AP

The Center in Asbury Park, Inc. began as a small storefront operation on Mattison Avenue, Asbury Park in June 1992. The mission of the volunteers was to create a way to support services for people living with HIV/AIDS in Monmouth County, New Jersey. They were already getting treatment, but there was a further need for [...]

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