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July 3, 2014
I Am Transgender, Roanoke May 2014

Equality Virginia Expands Transgender Initiatives

Equality Virginia recently engaged the transgender community through their first “I Am Transgender” regional meetings. The goal of the organization’s May meetings were to construct an action plan to include more trainings, build a blueprint for a statewide conference, and educate non-transgender people on transgender issues.
June 18, 2014

An Interview with the StudSlayer

Why the studslayer stopped sneaking around with the bois
Kai Brown aka the StudSlayer, the self-professed “king of stud 4 stud” caught my eye when I stumbled upon her Studslayer Tumblr page. I immediately found the pictures she posted of herself with her long-term partner “Slang” intriguing.
June 17, 2014

Top List Tuesday: What’s in Your World Cup?

Despite being all the craze, you may not know that the 2014 FIFA World Cup is a soccer (or football, depending on where you live) tournament that hosts 32 teams from around the world—all ready to prove their prowess and strength in a demonstration that encourages and promotes a sense of superior nationalism.
June 10, 2014
The Ladder - A Lesbian Review

Top List Tuesday: Moments in LGBTQ American History That You Should Know

In Chicago, December of 1924, Henry Gerber and six other men started the first known organization in the United States to focus on gay rights. Funded almost exclusively by Gerber, the organization published two newsletters titled, Friendship and Freedom.