MINNESOTA LAVENDAR MAGAZINE

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  1. Judge Grants Oregon Resident The Right To Be Genderless

    NBC reports that history was quietly made in Oregon this month when a judge granted a Portlander’s request to become genderless. Read the full story from NBC News
  2. Julie Andrews’ New Children’s Show Features A Gender-Neutral Puppet

    NewNowNext reports that Oscar-winning actress Julie Andrews is back on the screen, this time in her new Netflix children’s series, Julie’s Greenroom. Read the full story from NewNowNext 
  3. The Associated Press Just Updated Its Language On LGBTI Issues

    GayStarNews reports that the Associated Press Stylebook (AP) which has been used as a writing Bible by journalists around the world for decades has issued new guidelines around LGBTI language. Read the full story from […]
  4. Bus With Anti-Transgender Message Is Vandalized

    USA Today reports that a bus spreading a message against transgender culture was vandalized near United Nations headquarters early Thursday evening while it was parked, according to the head of one of the three groups organizing […]
  5. BigGayNews for Tuesday, March 28, 2017

    Today’s Top Headlines   Rick Perry Blasts Election Of Texas A&M’s First Gay SGA President Oklahoma Tribe Approves Gay Marriage As Native American Groups Debate Issue Minneapolis Police Chief Harteau Among Fortune’s ‘World’s 50 Greatest […]
  6. Gay People Primary Target Of Hate Crimes In Boston, Report Shows

    MassLive.com reports that members of the LGBT community were targeted in more than one-third of the 275 hate crimes in Boston last year, according to research reported by The Boston Globe. Read the full story […]
  7. Minneapolis Police Chief Harteau Among Fortune’s ‘World’s 50 Greatest Leaders’

    The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal reports that Fortune magazine has selected Janee Harteau, the Minneapolis chief of police, on its annual list of the “World’s 50 Greatest Leaders”. Read the full story from the Minneapolis/St. […]
  8. Oklahoma Tribe Approves Gay Marriage As Native American Groups Debate Issue

    Reuters reports that a Native American tribe in Oklahoma has voted to allow same-sex marriage, joining a small group of prominent tribes changing their law in light of the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark 2015 decision […]
  9. Rick Perry Blasts Election Of Texas A&M’s First Gay SGA President

    The Houston Chronicle reports that U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry, a former Texas governor and Texas A&M University student leader, said Wednesday the election of the first openly gay student body president was “stolen” from […]
  10. BigGayNews for Monday, March 27, 2017

    Today’s Top Headlines   MLB’s First Active Out Gay Player David Denson Retires From Baseball Jailing Of Gay Ivorian Men Stokes Fears In LGBT Safe Haven Germany To Officially Pardon 50,000 Gay Men Convicted Under […]