The Queen Threw Some Subtle Shade at Trump

when he came to visit / LGBTQ Nation

The royal family’s disdain for the crass orange blowhard is hardly a secret …The royals – particularly Princes Harry and Charles – are friends with the Obamas. And since the Queen is notoriously fastidious about protocols of state, it was hardly an accident that she wore the “American State Visit brooch” as Trump…

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5 Causes You Should Support During Pride Season If You Want to Make a Real Difference / LGBTQ Nation

Let’s skip the usual donations to big political orgs and focus on some other …

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Pastor Blames Secret Gay Nazi Death Squads for Vegas Mass Shooting

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If dumb were dirt, he’d cover about an acre.

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That Time in 1979 When 100,000 LGBT People Took Over Washington to Demand Civil Rights

 

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Washington, DC had never seen anything like it. Nor had the world: The National March on Washington for Lesbian & Gay Rights, held October 14, 1979, almost 40 years ago, was truly groundbreaking.

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In 1919, the First Pro-Gay Movie Was Made. A Year Later, It Was Banned.

“Different from the Others” was a haunting film made 50 years before Stonewall.

In 1919 – half a century before Stonewall – the first known film that was sympathetic to gay people was produced.  Different from the Others (Anders als die Andern) is a German movie about a relationship between a master violinist and his student.

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How Drag Has Been Part of Mainstream Philly Culture Since the Early 19th Century / LGBTQ Nation

A Mummers’ Parade participant (center) in 1902. uncredited

When Philly started sponsoring the Mummers parade there was an award for drag queens.

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19 years later: A memorial tribute to Matthew Shepard / LGBTQ Nation

Today we still live in a society that proclaims we don’t have a right to exist, but exist we do, everywhere, in all walks of life.

Matthew Shepard, in a family photo carried in his father’s wallet. Courtesy the Matthew Shepard Foundation

In the words of Judy Shepard, Matt’s mother, “Go home, give your kids a hug, and don’t let a day go by without telling them you love them.”

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You Won’t Believe What’s in the Swag Bag at the Hate Group Summit Trump Headlined

Trump is the first and only President to speak at the “Values Voters Summit”

aka “HATERS CLUB”

Just when we thought we had lost all ability to be shocked by this administration…

The mass meltdown that is Donald Trump gave a speech at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C today, making him the first president ever to address the gathering of white supremacists, far right activists, and religious zealots.

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Liberal Redneck Completely Destroys the Cowards Behind the Nazi Rally

“Screaming about your rights as an American while rocking the confederate flag is like arguing against gay marriage with a d–k in your mouth.”

Comedian Trae Crowder, best known for his liberal redneck schtick, took the neo-Nazis, skinheads, and general all around jackasses who gathered in Charlottesville, Virginia, to the woodshed with a video that cuts right to the heart of that matter.

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