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The latest episode of the LGBTQ Nation podcast has arrived and we’re talking about life after COVID.
In 1778, George Washington had a soldier drummed out of the military for sodomy. 243 years later, the Fife and Drum Corps, Honor Guard Company, and the Commander-in-Chief’s Guard were all there to celebrate a lesbian general’s retirement.
It’s a great time for a re-watch of the series that had heart, style, and great jokes — and also a surprisingly inclusive queer sensibility.
LGBTQ people have learned to be experts in hiding. We had to hide to survive, and ghosting is hiding.
“When I would use a pencil, no one would use it after me,” Jay said about growing up trans.
She was one of the first actresses to portray a trans character on American television when she took on the role of Anna Madrigal in Maupin’s Tales of the City.
“F–k Hollywood… I want to get paid more,” she said in remarks made prior to the screening. “Does this make you uncomfortable? It should. This is speaking truth.”
The pro soccer team has had issues in the past with disrespecting LGBTQ people. They’re making clear that that’s not who they are anymore.
In an ungaurded interview, Bechdel tells LGBTQ Nation the secrets of superhuman strength.