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Not Enough Money to Keep Kids Safe?

Are some school districts too poor to protect their LGBTQ students from harassment? By now, everyone knows the story of Alex Merritt, the...

Around the Region: Black Hills celebrates Pride

South Dakota The Black Hills Pride Festival took place over the weekend, Black Hills Fox reports: The 6th annual Black Hills Pride Festival took place...

FBI issues federal warrant for Ty Hoffman

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has issued a warrant for Ty Hoffman, the man accused of killing LGBT community leader Kelly Phillips. According to...

MN Archdiocese wanted to label marriage equality-supporting priest ‘disabled’

The investigation of alleged cover-ups of child sexual abuse in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has brought a flurry of court documents...

Navigating the 2017 Minnesota Fringe Festival as a queer person

The Minnesota Fringe Festival is, in short, 167 plays, storytelling, dance, and variety shows that are an hour long or less stretched out over...

The National: Pepsi Finds Out Uganda Isn’t Las Vegas

After the news that their brand was plastered all over a Buju Banton concert in Uganda by a local affiliate was itself plastered all...

LGBTI Activist Beheaded, Another Missing In Uganda – Government Involvement Alleged

A youth worker for Integrity Uganda, a Ugandan LGBTA support and advocacy group founded by the former Anglican Archbishop of Uganda, was found beheaded...

Target ‘is laughing in the face of God’ by supporting marriage equality

Target's decision to back marriage equality has prompted local and national religious right groups to slam the Minneapolis-based retailer with boycotts and warnings of...

LGBT Minnesota highlights for Friday, Sept. 27

Agents of Intolerance Bradlee Dean complained after a petition asked the Minnesota State Fair to deny him a booth next year. BlueStem Prairie has the...

Spotlight On the Arts: Kevin “Kaoz” Moore

As an elementary school student in Cleveland in the early 1980’s, Kevin Moore never cared much for kids’ books. “I wanted to read grown...