Netflix’s “One Day at a Time” gets cancelled
Canada tops LGBTQ-friendly countries: Spartacus travel guide
Older transgender adults have better quality of life after gender treatment
LGBTQ short films to watch out for during Tribeca 2019
LGBT Equality Act gets major corporate support
LGBT rights activist Erin Moore runs for Dallas City council
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Entertainment

Fans in the LGBTQ community are in an uproar over the cancellation of the Netflix show "One Day at a Time," which told intersectional inclusive stories.

The 18th annual Tribeca Film Festival is set to take place this April in New York and there's a number of LGBTQ short films showing that you can watch.

"Bohemian Rhapsody" has been pulled from the GLAAD Media Awards in the wake of sexual assault and misconduct allegations against director Bryan Singer.

Of the Netflix shows that presently feature LGBT themes and characters, the rebooted She-Ra cartoon series is one that we've now come to love.

Two conversion therapy films-- The Miseducation of Cameron Post and Boy Erased-- show how the gay conversion therapy treatment is hurting LGBTQ teens.

If you started watching "The Walking Dead" but haven't been keeping track, there's a lot of new interracial and LGBT relationships after 8 seasons.

Cynthia I. Miles, CPA
Features

Guest writer Vanda takes a look at how the LGBT survived in Hollywood under the sinister 'morality clause,' and also gives us a peek at her latest novel.

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Chris Williamson, Barbara Higbie, and Teresa Trull bring a mixture of new material and old favorites to the beautiful Plaza de Sol theatre in Northridge on September 30.

For single lesbian or bisexual women out there who want get out more, why not try the new dating website that caters to your needs with LezMeetOnline?

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Femastrology

March will be eventful, inspiring, unruly, and profound. Things will definitely be in flux as we begin a new 7-year cycle. March is not going to be boring!

Lifestyle

Canada, with Portugal and Sweden, have been voted as most LGBTQ-friendly countries for travel, according to the gay-oriented Spartacus Travel Guide.

Kodie Shane and a whole slew of performers are set to turn the 5-day Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend into the best summer in 2019 you'll ever have.

Disney is celebrating the first-ever official LGBT Pride event in June of this year with "Magical Pride," but you have to fly all the way to Paris, France.

A recent Tumblr crackdown on adult content has managed to take away safe spaces for members of the LGBTQ community as part of collateral damage.

As New York City hosts WorldPride in 2019 to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, Virgin Atlantic is set to stage the first Pride Flight.

Diane Goodman Law and Mediation
Wellness

A study has determined that older transgender adults attain a better quality of life after receiving gender-affirming medical treatment.

President Donald Trump's state of the union 2019 pledged to end new HIV transmissions by 2030. But we're still leery given the president's track record.

Gathering data is hard enough when you're trying to do LGBT teen health studies and your subjects are afraid to open up without having trolls around.

A study noted that even with healthcare insurance coverage, lesbians, gays, and bisexuals in California are delaying health care concerns.

As if we don't have enough to worry about the many things affecting our health, a study shows that states' religious freedom laws may also have an effect.

A study that pools data from 35 earlier studies shows how suicidal LGBT teens are three times more likely to attempt to kill themselves.

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