Committee formed to review library books in Dearborn schools

Committee formed to review library books in Dearborn schools

DEARBORN, Mich. – A committee was formed to review library books in Dearborn schools, which caused a battle over books in the city, specifically on what should and should not be on the shelves. It’s an issue in communities across the country and getting heated. Dearborn Public Schools is the latest district around the state … Read more

Book Bans Increase Nationwide During 2021-2022 School Year – NBC Los Angeles

Book Bans Increase Nationwide During 2021-2022 School Year – NBC Los Angeles

A new report published by PEN America, an organization dedicated to supporting writers and free speech, found that there was a “flood of book bans” nationwide over the course of the 2021-2022 school year. The report also found that the bans are the result of “increasing organization of groups” formed specifically to impose restrictions on … Read more

Removal of LGBTQ+ book display from Huntsville Public Library draws crowds to council meeting speaking in favor and against the decision

Removal of LGBTQ+ book display from Huntsville Public Library draws crowds to council meeting speaking in favor and against the decision

HUNTSVILLE – About a dozen or so Huntsville residents spoke passionately about the Read With Pride display celebrating the LGBTQ+ community. Some say it’s about time that type of literature is made available, while others defended their choice to avoid it and shield it from their children. There’s a popular saying that reading is fundamental, … Read more

Jonny Woo: Meet the man who helped change London’s queer scene forever

Jonny Woo: Meet the man who helped change London’s queer scene forever

N o-one puts on a show like Jonny Woo. Two-and-a-half weeks from now, on October 9, the London drag icon will celebrate his upcoming birthday — a big one, the half century — at Dalston’s EartH with a “queer extravaganza of Las Vegas proportions”. “It’s going to be at least three hours,” Woo laughs. “You’ll … Read more

SCOTUS temporarily backs LGBTQ student group at Jewish university | USA TODAY – USA TODAY

SCOTUS temporarily backs LGBTQ student group at Jewish university | USA TODAY – USA TODAY

SCOTUS temporarily backs LGBTQ student group at Jewish university | USA TODAY  USA TODAY Supreme Court: Yeshiva University Must Recognize LGBTQ Club  CBS Miami Supreme Court Says Yeshiva University Must Allow L.G.B.T. Group as Case Proceeds  The New York Times Who Really Won in Supreme Court Battle Over College LGBTQ Club?| Opinion  Newsweek View Full Coverage on Google News

SCOTUS Sides With LGBTQ Group at NY Yeshiva University, For Now – NBC New York

SCOTUS Sides With LGBTQ Group at NY Yeshiva University, For Now – NBC New York

What to Know The Supreme Court has cleared the way for an LGBTQ group to gain official recognition from a Jewish university in New York, though that may not last. By a 5-4 vote Wednesday, the justices lifted a temporary hold on a court order that requires Yeshiva University to recognize the group, the YU Pride Alliance, … Read more

Rina Sawayama – Hurricanes (Official Audio) – Rina Sawayama

Rina Sawayama – Hurricanes (Official Audio) – Rina Sawayama

Rina Sawayama – Hurricanes (Official Audio)  Rina Sawayama Julia Jacklin And Rina Sawayama Tackle The Work Of Reparenting  NYLON View Full coverage on Google News

Vancouver Pride Week kicks off with LGBTQ2S+ weddings at City Hall, flag raising – BC

Vancouver Pride Week kicks off with LGBTQ2S+ weddings at City Hall, flag raising – BC

A number of flags for Vancouver’s 2SLGBTQ+ community were raised over City Hall Monday, marking the official start of Vancouver Pride Week. Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart read the official proclamation for the week’s festivities and was joined by several other speakers representing the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, along with other groups … Read more

Gulf nations demand Netflix remove ‘offensive’ content | LGBTQ News

Gulf nations demand Netflix remove ‘offensive’ content | LGBTQ News

A GCC committee said the unspecified content ‘violates Islamic and societal values and principles’. Gulf Arab countries have demanded that the streaming service Netflix remove “offensive content”, citing unspecified material that “violates Islamic and societal values and principals”. A special committee of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), a regional organisation that includes Saudi Arabia, the … Read more