Gay historian Stuart Timmons harmonizes street politics and suite politics in response to an old Larry Kramer controversy that seems new again (interviewed by Lucia Chappelle).
U.S. Supreme Court sidesteps trans teen Gavin Grimm’s toilet rights case (with comments by HRC Legal Director Sarah Warbelow, ACLU Staff Attorney Chase Strangio, and Gavin himself).
And in NewsWrap: new hope for Northern Ireland marriage equality, OutVets are re-invited to Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Trump Education Secretary Betsy DeVos meets with trans advocates, LGBT centers are attacked by haters across the U.S., and more international LGBT news reported this week by Carole Meyers and John Dyer V (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).
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