Chuck Duncan January 28, 2022 0 comments

Monty Python’s Spamalot looks on the bright side of life at Toby’s Dinner Theatre

In 1975, British comedy troupe Monty Python hit the big screen for the second time — the first film was basically a collection of their TV sketches — with the original film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. The film lovingly and hilariously skewered the legend of King Arthur and...
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Monte Ephraim January 28, 2022 0 comments

The Benefits of Sex After 50

LGBT elders shouldn’t let Valentine’s Day pass them by—there are plenty of exciting ways to spice up their love life and keep the passion in their relationships. Everything LGBT elders need to know will be uncovered at an upcoming LGBTQ Community Connection online seminar on Thursday, Feb. 10 from 12...
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Jim Becker January 28, 2022 0 comments

GOP official believes school has litter boxes for Furries

Midland, MI – Bil Browning reports in LGBTQ Nation that a Michigan school superintendent has been forced to send a message to parents that debunks the rumor that a high school had installed litter boxes to accommodate “furry” students. The rumor was started by an anti-LGBTQ parent upset over federal...
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Jim Becker January 28, 2022 0 comments

Gay Trump loyalist gets house arrest for role on 1/6/21

Washington, D.C. – Brandon Straka, the 44-year-old New York-based hairstylist and Trump loyalist who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge for his role in the January 6 Capitol Insurrection, was sentenced on January 24. Federal Judge Dabny Friedrich, a Trump appointee, gave Straka no jail time but sentenced...
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Jim Becker January 21, 2022 0 comments

Survey finds depression higher in LGBTQ youth in the South

Charlotte, NC – LGBTQ youth in the south are disproportionally underserved. Many don’t have access to spaces that affirm their identity. According to a recent analysis by The Trevor Project, unsupportive environments are linked to an increased likelihood of depression and even suicide. The same survey found 69 percent of...
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Kate Bishop January 14, 2022 0 comments

Beating the Wintertime Blues

The wintertime blues can be a very real and very difficult experience for many, draining our energy and cutting us off from sources of support just when we need them the most. But there ways to cope and find brightness and joy even in the colder months. Kate Bishop, Education...
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Jim Becker January 14, 2022 0 comments

HRC urges Red Cross to update blood donation questions

Washington, D.C. – The American Red Cross said the U.S. is in the middle of its greatest blood shortage in more than a decade. On some days, there is less than a one-day supply of blood. The Human Rights Campaign called on the FDA to revise the questionnaire used to...
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Jim Becker January 14, 2022 0 comments

Dead pop stars to appear at Trump rally says QAnon boss

Florence, AZ – Michael Jackson, Prince, Whitney Houston, Janis Joplin, Tupac, and John Lennon will be the featured entertainment at Donald Trump’s Florence, Arizona, mass rally on January 15. Yes, they are all dead, but no, that’s not a typo. That’s the apparently sincere claim of QAnon boss Michael Brian...
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