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Gender Politics

Transgender Day of Visibility: A day to be seen and heard

You're going to see a lot of people talking about the "T" in LGBT today, as it is Transgender Day of Visibility.

This is a day when trans and non-binary men and women stand up and stand tall in an effort to bring public awareness to their lack of rights and to the Sisyphus type challenges they face every day. 

A message from SD Pride about trans military ban

These continued attacks are about so much more than only transgender servicemembers: they diminish, devalue, and dehumanize all trans people.

Dear Pride Family, 

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court voted to allow a ban on transgender servicemembers, while the issue makes its way through lower courts, putting upwards of 15,000 trans servicemembers and their families at risk.

Male members of the Orthodox Church get naked for human rights

Orthodox men to take their clothes off and bear it all for human rights.

The Orthodox Calendar Art Project (OC) has been a provocative and eye-catching annual campaign that uses controversial pictures of male members in the Orthodox church to ignite discussions of faith, artistic freedom, and homophobia and this year they hope to bring awareness to so-called “pro-family” campaigns.

Trans flag will fly in Hillcrest today in support of servicemembers

Trans flag will fly in Hillcrest to honor veterans and active duty service members.

In recognition and support of transgender active servicemembers and veterans, the Transgender flag will fly in Hillcrest today.

Executive Director of the Hillcrest Business Association, Benjamin Nicholls confirmed with us that the flag will be raised on the Pride staff by this evening.

Valentine’s Day: Artists and activists to rally and RISE

New York, NY - On Tuesday, February 14, women and men throughout the US and in 200 countries worldwide will come together and RISE to end violence against all women and girls (cis, transgender and gender non-conforming) as part of V-Day’s massive annual One Billion Rising campaign, including a just-announced rally - “Artistic Uprising – A Call for Revolutionary Love” – to take place in NYC’s  W

Madonna uses profanity on live TV in her speech at Women's March

Madonna let a few f-bombs drop on the crowd and live television at the "Women's March on Washington D.C." Saturday.

Always political and never one to mince words, Madonna gave an impassioned speech at the Women’s March on Washington Saturday morning.

Her remarks, laden with profanity, caused several networks to cut-away and apologize for airing the speech doused with f-bombs.