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Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade Is in Crisis Mode Over Gay Veterans’ Ouster

Update, Friday, March 10, 4:26 p.m.: After a barrage of backlash, the Allied War Veterans Council has reportedly changed its mind and will now permit the gay […]

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Gay Veterans Group Says It’s Been Denied Entry to Southie’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade

New year, new drama over South Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade. OUTVETS, a local group for LGBTQ veterans, posted on its Facebook page Tuesday that the Allied War Veterans Council, […]

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Boston Is Not Having Trump’s New Transgender Student Policy

President Trump’s move to roll back protections for transgender students is not going over well in Boston. The move seeks to undo an Obama administration […]

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For Goodness’ Sake, Ed Markey, Please Stop Making Acronyms

Sen. Ed Markey has an exemplary record on LGBT rights. The Malden Democrat consistently scores a 100-percent rating from the Human Rights Campaign for his support […]

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Bruins’ Brad Marchand Says All the Right Things on LGBTQ Equality

Bruins winger Brad Marchand earned plaudits last month after he not only shut down a homophobic Twitter troll with gusto, but retweeted a screenshot of the […]

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No Hate Crime Charges for Rainbow Times Newspaper Box Explosion

Two people are now facing charges in Salem after blowing up a newspaper box for the Rainbow Times, a Boston-based LGBT publication, in August. The suspects—23-year-old […]

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Five Massachusetts Towns Get Perfect Scores on LGBTQ Equality

Boston is one of four spots in Massachusetts with a perfect score on LGBTQ equality, according to the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation’s fifth-annual “Municipal Equality […]

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Who Blew Up the Rainbow Times’ Newspaper Box?

Sometimes anti-LGBT feelings are expressed subtly, and sometimes they’re about as subtle as a firework detonated at street level. That appears to have been the […]

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Lawsuit: Marty Walsh Told Southie Parade Organizers ‘Don’t F— Me Over’

A new lawsuit filed against Marty Walsh in Massachusetts District Court alleges the mayor coerced organizers of South Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade into allowing LGBT veterans to […]

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DeLeo: Bring the NBA All-Star Game to Massachusetts

The NBA announced Thursday it would move its 2017 All-Star Game out of Charlotte, in response to South Carolina’s controversial “bathroom bill,” which limits gay and transgender legal protections […]

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Mass. GOP Distancing Itself from Homophobic Slur-Using Senate Candidate

There’s quite a juxtaposition on display in State Senate race brewing in the Middlesex and Worcester District, which will likely pit Democratic incumbent Jamie Eldridge, an emphatic […]

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Transgender Rights Bill Could Be Headed to Baker’s Desk

It looks like it’s finally happening. Lawmakers have reached an agreement over the transgender non-discrimination bill, which would add more protections for the state’s trans […]

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Scott Brown: Orlando Shooting Victims Weren’t Targeted Because They Were Gay

According to former Cosmo centerfold Scott Brown, the shooter responsible for the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history inside a packed Orlando gay nightclub during Pride Month didn’t necessarily […]

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Hundreds Flock to City Hall Plaza for Orlando Shooting Vigil

  To fully grasp just how many people showed up at the vigil in City Hall Plaza for the victims of the Orlando gay nightclub […]

Arts & Entertainment

Meghan Trainor, Charlie Puth Honor Orlando Shooting Victims at D.C. Pride Show

A photo posted by Meghan Trainor (@meghan_trainor) on Jun 12, 2016 at 6:42pm PDT Meghan Trainor and Charlie Puth paid tribute to the victims of […]