On Gay USA 3/11/2020:
∎ Mart Crowley, who broke gay barriers on stage with “The Boys in the Band” in 1968, has died.
∎ Bad news from Alabama, Florida, and Arizona. Progress in South Carolina, Alaska, and New York.
∎ Aaron Schock, Republican who voted anti-LGBT in Congress, says he’s gay to no one’s surprise.
∎ An arrest in the murder of a bisexual man in Chicago.
∎ Brigham Young reverts to its homophobic policy for students.
∎ The 50th anniversary of another infamous raid on a NY gay bar is marked. Video of the commemoration is in story at this link here
∎ We’ll review Lucas Hnath’s latest: DANA H. about his mom.
∎ As THE INHERITANCE ends its run Sunday, three attendees get standing ovations.
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