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Saturday, March 04, 2017

Trump’s Trans Treachery & Moonlight’s Glow!

Trump flushes trans student bathroom rights (with reports by Christina Aanestad of the Pacifica Evening News and Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! featuring Kris Hayashi, Mat Staver, Gavin Grimm, Marla Keisling, Chase Strangio, Donald Trump and Caitlyn Jenner)!

Moonlight shines after a monumental Oscars mix-up (with comments by winners Barry Jenkins, Tarell Alvin McCraney and Adele Romanski)!

A new Johns Hopkins study suggests that LGBTQ teen suicides decreased in U.S. states with marriage equality prior to the Supreme Court's 2015 nationwide ruling (Public News Service's Mark Richardson's report includes comments by Chuck Smith of Equality Texas)!

And in NewsWrap: Finland lawmakers reject marriage equality repeal campaign, a leading Japanese housing website welcomes queer renters, Arkansas Supremes nix Fayetteville rights, a Canadian fundamentalist red-lights lascivious LEGOs, and more international LGBT news reported this week by Michelle-Marie Gilkeson and Wenzel Jones (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).

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