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National LGBTQ Wall of Honor 2021 inductees announced

National LGBTQ Wall of Honor 2021 inductees announced

The International Imperial Courts of the U.S.A., Canada & Mexico & the National LGBTQ Task Force will again come together to honor LGBTQ pioneers, trailblazers & heroes at the National LGBTQ Wall of Honor at the historic Stonewall Inn on June 24.

Demi Lovato reveals that they are non-binary

Demi Lovato reveals that they are non-binary

Popular singer and actress Demi Lovato let followers know earlier today via Twitter that they identify as nonbinary and will use 'they/them/theirs' pronouns from here on out.

Lovato, who released their first album "Don't Forget" in 2008, is well-known for their music and acting roles, but for also speaking out about mental health and addiction topics. 

GLAAD releases Social Media Safety Index

GLAAD releases Social Media Safety Index

This week, GLAAD released the findings of its inaugural Social Media Safety Index (SMSI), an analysis of LGBTQ user safety across five major social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok, and the first-ever tech-industry baseline of LGBTQ user safety. Results from the Index debuted during a special segment on Axios on HB

National LGBTQ organizations propose stamps honoring LGBTQ trailblazers

National LGBTQ organizations propose stamps honoring LGBTQ trailblazers
The United States' oldest LGBTQ organization, the International Imperial Court System (IICS) of the United States, Canada, and Mexico (founded in 1965); and the oldest LGBTQ civil rights organization, the National LGBTQ Task Force (founded in 1973), have launched a national campaign asking the US Post Office Department to issue stamps honoring LGBTQ icons and trailblazers Bayard Rustin, Marsh

Read U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin's statement on House passage of Equality Act

Read U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin's statement on House passage of Equality Act

Yesterday, U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin released the following statement after the House of Representatives passed the Equality Act – historic, comprehensive federal legislation to ban discrimination against LGBTQ Americans – with a bipartisan majority vote of 224-206.