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Kylie Golden Tour 2019 Sydney
After her mardi gras appearance the 'gay icon' and 'Princess of pop' was back on home turf with a sold out night. She didn't mess around straight in with 'Get Outta My Way', 'InYour Eyes' and a blasting 'Better The Devil You know'.
Kylie Sydney Pride 2019
Craig is on his travels and being in the land of Oz he thought it would be remiss to not visit Sydney Pride, he has selflessly decided to share some of the delights! The event was opened by a surprise appearance from the Queen of pop Kylie who performed in...
DeGeneres returns to daytime TV with apologiesEllen DeGeneres addresses a virtual studio audience as the show returns for its 18th season. The Ellen DeGeneres Show returned for its 18th season to a virtual studio audience on the Warner Brothers Studio lot in Burbank, Calif., Monday. The show’s return marked the first time since allegations of a toxic work environment on...
D.C. will not bid to host 2026 Gay GamesMayor Muriel Bowser in 2017 traveled to Paris with Team D.C. and made a personal presentation in support of D.C.’s bid to host the 2022 Gay Games. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key) Just under three years after losing its bid to Hong Kong to become the host city for the 2022...
The Notorious RBG750 Shares From left: Then-U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam Ted Osius with his son Tabo, the late-Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Osius’ husband, Clayton Bond, with their daughter Lucy. (Photo courtesy of Ted Osius) During our first year in Hanoi, we learned that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg would visit, and that when she and her daughter Jane traveled...
Ginsburg ‘was a hero for us’983 Shares (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key) LGBTQ people emerged as a visible contingent in the crowd of more than a thousand that spontaneously turned out on the plaza and steps in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday night after learning of the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A small group of LGBTQ...
D.C. Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend 2021 cancelled due to COVID108 Shares A scene from MAL Weekend last year. The 2021 event has been cancelled. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key) The annual Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend scheduled for January 2021, which draws well over 1,000 LGBTQ leather enthusiasts and their supporters to the nation’s capital, has been cancelled due to restrictions related to...
HRC examines hospital policies, impact of COVID on LGBTQ peopleTy Cobb, HRC Foundation’s senior director of Strategic Initiative and Research, said the report’s data was obtained from a sample of 12,000 people. (Photo courtesy of the HRC Foundation) A greater number of the nation’s hospitals and other healthcare facilities have adopted policies and practices in the past year providing equal...
How the Trump administration is getting around Bostock to allow anti-trans discrimination214 Shares President Donald Trump‘s administration is limiting the Bostock ruling with respect to sex segregated spaces. (Screen capture via ABC7 WJLA Facebook livestream) Faced with having to enforce the law to prohibit anti-transgender discrimination in the aftermath of the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision for LGBTQ rights this summer,...
Gay man wins primary for Delaware State House seatEric Morrison was criticized by his Democratic opponent after performing in drag at a campaign fundraiser. Morrison won the primary on Tuesday. (Photo courtesy of the Morrison campaign) Gay Democratic activist and human resources project manager Eric Morrison defeated a six-term incumbent by a decisive margin in Delaware’s Democratic primary on Tuesday...
FROM THE VAULTS – Straight, but not narrowGugu Mbatha-Raw in ‘Belle.’ (Photo by David Appleby for Fox) While the Blade’s media coverage generally focuses on movies and television shows with LGBTQ content or creators, our Top Ten and Year in Review lists do include outstanding mainstream films. As fall nights start to get longer, here are some “straight but not...
Coons blasts report Philippines president pardoned U.S. Marine for coronavirus vaccinesU.S. Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key) REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. — U.S. Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) on Friday blasted a report that suggests the president of the Philippine pardoned a U.S. Marine who was convicted of killing a transgender woman in exchange for coronavirus vaccines from the U.S. “That (Rodrigo) Duterte...
Fauci: Politicization of coronavirus pandemic is ‘really unfortunate’Dr. Anthony Fauci (Washington Blade photo by Lou Chibbaro Jr.) Dr. Anthony Fauci on Wednesday described the politicization of the coronavirus pandemic as “really unfortunate.” “The politicization, the hostility, back and forth is something — I’ve been through multiple outbreaks over the last 35, 40 years as you well know — I’ve never seen such a...
Chase Brexton recognized in HRC Healthcare Equality IndexChase Brexton Health Care (Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key) A Baltimore-based healthcare provider announced Wednesday the Human Rights Campaign Foundation once again named it a “Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality.” Chase Brexton Health Care achieved a perfect score of 100 points in HRC’s Healthcare Equality Index across categories such as staff...
‘SWAT’ team raids Baltimore gay bar after COVID complaintsThe Baltimore Eagle was raided last month by agents in body armor, according to its owner.(Washington Blade photo by Chris Jennings) The owner of the Baltimore Eagle, an LGBTQ leather-Levi bar that has been in business for 30 years, has raised strong objections to what he says was an Aug. 7 raid...
Ric Grenell snaps at reporter for asking about decriminalizing homosexuality885 Shares Richard Grenell snapped at a reporter who asked about the global initiative to decriminalize homosexuality (Screenshot via CSPAN) Richard Grenell, the former acting director of national intelligence and who’s now the face of the Trump campaign’s LGBTQ outreach, rebuked a reporter Friday at the White House briefing for asking him...
Baltimore’s Grand Central closes permanentlyGrand Central closed Thursday after more than 30 years in Baltimore. (Photo by Ed Gunts) The COVID-19 pandemic claimed another LGBTQ-oriented business in Baltimore this week, when owners of Grand Central nightclub announced their decision to close the business permanently, as of Thursday. Nearly four months after the gay-owned City Cafe shut its doors a block...
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