2020-05-14 17:25:16

Gay USA 5/13/20

On Gay USA 5/13/20:


Aimee Stephens, transgender hero, dies before Supreme Court rules on her case.


Little Richard, the father of rock ‘n’ roll who died at 87, brought gay flamboyance to 1950’s America.


US Supreme Court hears two cases and seems poised to exempt religiously affiliated organizations from human rights laws.


Franklin Graham packs up his tents in Central Park.


∎ A COVID-19 patient-led group modeled on HIV activism tells us things we didn’t know about the disease.


In Australia, an arrest in the 1988 murder of a gay man that had been ruled a suicide—one of many such cases.


Andy reviews “Hollywood”—full of gay themes—on Netflix.

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