On Gay USA 3/18/2020:
The LGBTQ and AIDS communities respond to the coronavirus crisis.
The health crisis has not stopped Republicans from working to subvert LGBTQ rights.
We’ll tell you about some good court decisions and news from the primaries this week.
Chelsea Manning finally released from jail after trying to take her own life.
New York City’s new cultural affairs commissioner comes to the post from running an LGBTQ art museum.
A transwoman discriminated against by a NY real estate broker wins a $75,000 award.
We mourn the losses of a very special non-gay man in Wyoming who wore dresses and a Civil Rights pioneer in the Episcopal Church.
Argentina gets its first prime-time transgender news anchor.
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