On Gay USA 11/25/20:
∎ Trump judges overturn bans on conversion therapy in Florida.
∎ Rachel Maddow gets personal about ordeal of almost losing her longtime partner Susan Mikula to COVID.
∎ Trans women murdered in Houston and Miami. And trans activist Ashley Diamond is being tortured in a Georgia prison.
∎ In 1968, IBM fired a computer pioneer when she was transitioning. This fall they surprised her with an apology.
∎ New York Mayor David Dinkins, a leader on LGBT and AIDS issues in the early 1990s, has died.
∎ Controversial transgender pioneer Jan Morris dies at 94.
∎ The winner of the Man Booker Prize for literature is a gay Scot for his debut novel.
∎ A Brazilian man who bombed a film studio over a gay Jesus film seeks asylum in Russia after arrest.
∎ World AIDS Day is December 1 and there are lots of online commemorations you can join.
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