January, 2021 News (64 Articles with 56,653 total views)
On the cover of the print edition for January, 2021 GEAE's Virtual E3 Youth Summit on November 20-21 opening night included a fabulous Drag Show.
This began publication in December 2002 after a hiatusCategory for this issue
Deadline for January 2021 print edition (issue #302) of Erie Gay News is Monday, December 14, comes out Tuesday, December 22.
VH1's RuPaul's Drag Race celebrates New Year's Day premiere with simulcast on The CW Network, MTV, MTV2, PopTV and Logo
Emmy Award-winning "RuPaul's Drag Race" ru-veals cast for Season 13 premiering Friday, January 1 at 8PM ET/PT on VH1
The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) Mourns the Deaths of Jaheim Barbie/Pugh and Courtney "Eshay" Key
Equality California Applauds Newsom's Appointment of Secretary Alex Padilla as California's Next U.S. Senator
Representatives Crow and Trahan Introduce Bill to Include Modern Diversity Training at the Department of Defense
WASHINGTON-On Dec. 22, 2010 then President Barack Obama signed the repeal of the military policy known as "Don't Ask Don't Tell," which banned service of lesbian, gay, and bisexual people. Statement by Brian K. Bond, a member of the Obama-Biden White House staff who worked closely on the repeal (2009-2011) and current Executive Director of PFLAG National: "'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' was always bad policy. When President Obama signed the repeal 10 years ago, it was the culmination of the combined efforts of scores of former and active duty LGBTQ+ service members whose lives were impacted by this policy, together with LGBTQ+ advocates and allies, congressional champions, and leaders in the Department of Defense. It was a bipartisan effort I am proud to have been a part of, recognizing that it was only a step toward a fully inclusive military force.