General News

White House press secretary stands up for trans Americans

Rachel Badham February 11, 2021

White House Press Secretary, Jen Psaki, reaffirmed the Biden administration’s dedication to supporting trans Americans.

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General News

20 US states file bills targeting trans people

Rachel Badham February 7, 2021

At least 20 American states have recently filed anti-trans bills, the majority of which aim to limit trans youth’s access to gender-affirming healthcare or their participation in school sports.

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General News

Trans woman sues Georgia Department of Corrections after sexual assault

Rachel Badham November 26, 2020

Ashley Diamond, a 42-year-old black trans woman, is filing her second lawsuit against the Georgia Department of Corrections for being sexually assaulted multiple times after being placed in a male prison.

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Business News

IGLTA Announces Atlanta as the Host City for its 2021 Global Convention

Gscene Editorial Team December 10, 2019

The International LGBTQ+ Travel Association has selected Atlanta, Georgia’s capital and an LGBTQ+ oasis in the southern United States, as the host city for its 38th Annual Global Convention, 5-8 May 2021. This will be the first time the city has hosted IGLTA’s premier educational and networking event.

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International News

Victim of anti-gay hate crime sentenced to 10 years for self-defense.

Besi Besemar August 15, 2014

Hate Crime victim Luke O’Donovan accepts plea bargain. In Atlanta, Georgia, USA, family and friends rally in support of Luke O’Donovan while his attackers go free. Luke, survivor of a homophobic attack in Atlanta, was sentenced to 10 years in prison on charges that he assaulted those who attacked him. On December 31, 2012, he was attacked, beaten […]

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