July, 2017 News (109 Articles with 204,982 total views)
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Whitney Houston, Cindy Crawford, Cher & More Featured in Upcoming Doc on Celeb Make-up Artist Kevyn Aucoin | Logo, Sept
Logo's Fourth Annual 'Trailblazer Honors' Soars To New Heights With Viewership Up 80% From Last Year
RuPaul Crowns Sasha Velour America's Next Drag Super Star in Season 9 Finale of 'RuPaul's Drag Race'
NEW YORK, NY (June 9, 2017) - As part of LGBTQ Pride month, Logo today announced special programming including "Pride History Project," "We Remember Orlando" and "Trailblazer Honors."
4 days after NCLR wins U.S. Supreme Court case Pavan, TX Supreme Court allows unconstitutional claim to continue
NCAVP mourns the homicide of Ava Le'Ray Barrin, a black transgender teenage girl killed in Athens, GA
Amid Spike In Hate Crimes, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Calls for Response and Action
National LGBTQ Task Force Advocacy Delivers HHS Restoration of Sexual Orientation Question to Survey of Older Adults
On the two year anniversary of marriage equality decision, Supreme Court reverses Arkansas' attempt to defy Obergefell
Subaru of America Continues Partnership with PFLAG National to Make School Environments Safe for LGBTQ Youth
Chiefs Seek to Block Fully Fit Transgender Applicants from Serving as Army Spends $300 Million to Recruit 6,000 Soldiers
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - June 23, 2017 - In response to today's announcement that Service Chiefs are requesting a 6-month delay in the repeal of the Pentagon's ban on enlistment by transgender applicants seeking to join the military, Palm CenterDirector Aaron Belkin released the following statement: "Transgender troops have been serving openly and effectively for a year, as predicted by all of the research showing that inclusive policy for LGBT troops promotes readiness. "A six-month delay of the last piece of inclusive policy, the repeal of the enlistment ban, will only produce redundant evidence about the contributions of transgender service members. Indeed, the Chiefs who are demanding ongoing delay are not bringing any new arguments or new data to the table, but are recycling long-discredited concerns whose only basis is emotion and politics, not data. It is particularly remarkable, as the Army spends an additional $300 million to recruit 6,000 Soldiers this year, that it would seek to turn away Americans who are fit and eager to serve.