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Pride in Protest plan to run for the board this year and have spoken with several ’78ers who have allegedly endorsed their campaign.
The Lonely Planet Guide used to warn LGBTI people to avoid the town.
“There’s nothing wrong with a bit of preventative regulation and legislation to ensure your religious freedom in this country. I mean, what’s more fundamental than that?”
“I love to improvise and that’s the main part of this show. You need to be a right smart arse and we all know that’s me.”
Larsen Jewellery is offering a $100 discount for Star Observer readers on their beautifully designed wedding rings.
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As part of new community guidelines, Grindr will no longer allow exclusionary language like “no fats, no fems, no Asians” on user profiles.
Poking fun at criticism of her acclaimed special ‘Nanette’ from largely men, Gadsby joked, “Hashtag-not-all-men… but a lot of ’em.”
“I don’t think [I knew] how else to write them, but as a loving couple.”
The study was released ahead of the November 6 election, at which a Massachusetts anti-discrimination law will face the first ever public referendum on trans rights in the US.
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