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By Steve Warren
As inspiring as it is informative, Mama’s Boy, streaming now on Max, made me cry more tears—happy and sad—than any film in years.

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By Steve Warren
The six characters and the actors who play them are humanized to some extent, but there’s too little time to get to know them. Still, if Framing Agnes weren’t so good, I would not be left wanting more.

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By Martha K. Davis
This year, the 40th anniversary of the appearance of DTWOF, another incarnation of Bechdel’s work is available on Audible: a ten-episode podcast series based on early episodes of the comic strip.

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By Cassandra Langer
Danish filmmaker Magnus Gertten’s documentary Nelly & Nadine tells the incredible story of two women who fell in love in Ravensbrück on Christmas Eve, 1944.

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By Daniel Kipchumba
The onslaught of political attacks on the LGBTQ community in Kenya is taking a new turn, after a group of traditionalists climbed Mount Kenya, removed the LGBTQ flag, set it on fire at the foot of the Mountain, and threw the ashes to the river.

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By John Burbidge
While Of An Age doesn’t quite compare to Holding The Man and other Australian LGBTQ+ movies, it does have moments that draw you in and help you remember, “I’ve been there” or “I wish I‘d been there.”

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By Aila Boyd
The Blue Ridge Lambda Press was one of several LGBTQ+ newsletters produced in the area between the 1970s and early 2010s. The press grew out of the Blue Ridge Lambda Alliance, which formed around 1980 in Lynchburg—the home base of televangelist Jerry Falwell Sr. Rosenthal.

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By Suzaan Boettger
But here is my difference: I have a library within a library, and it replicates my subject’s. Reading books that were in Smithson’s collection revealed characteristics he had kept under cover.

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By Frank Perez
Today, despite a major paradigm shift in public attitudes toward homosexuality and the criminalization of Exodus-type ministries in many states, conversion therapy stubbornly persists.

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By John Boyce
In an increasingly fractured European political landscape, a bigoted minority with the right leverage has the potential to endanger hard won progress on LGBTQ rights, and challenges the long held assumption that, to paraphrase MLK, the arc inevitably bends towards inclusion.

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