March, 2016 / Author:


Sherbourne Health Centre to expand trans care

Sherbourne Health Centre is expanding the way it will deliver care to trans patients.


Read the full story at DailyXtra.

How Rob Ford renewed LGBT activism in Toronto

“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”


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Will Hamburger Mary’s reopen in two weeks?

Phil Moon told me Hamburger Mary’s will open in two weeks, but when I arrive the windows are still plastered with cardboard and caution tape.


Read the full story at DailyXtra.


San Francisco bans city employees from travelling to North Carolina after anti-LGBT bill

The bill voids any existing local laws passed to protect LGBT people, as well as barring local authorities from passing new protections into law.


Read the full story at PinkNews.

Clinton, Sanders Slam North Carolina’s Transphobic Law

Both Democratic presidential hopefuls condemned North Carolina’s unprecedented transphobic law Thursday, saying there’s no room for such blatant anti-LGBT animus in modern America.


Read the full story at Advocate. 

Netflix will boycott Georgia if governor signs antigay law

Netflix and Amblin Partners (Steven Spielberg’s company) are among the latest Hollywood titans directly or indirectly threatening to pull production out of Georgia if the governor, Nathan Deal, signs into law a bill that would let LGBT people be discriminated against for faith-based reasons.


Read the full story at LGBTQNation.

Families fight Austria’s gay marriage ban

Following a change in the law in January 2015, same-sex couples are now allowed to adopt the children of their partners in Austria, although they are still not allowed to marry.


Read the full story at The Local.


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