Overthrow of Roe threatens US queer rights
Japanese court rejects same-gender marriage case
International sports bodies tighten trans restrictions
Sao Paulo Pride draws millions with anti-Bolsonaro theme
Hawai’i governor signs bills to block trans bias
RuPaul dresses down drag queen critics
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the constitutional right to abortion prompts fears that marriage equality and related laws could be next, the Osaka District Court rules that Japan’s ban on marriage equality does not violate its Constitution, the global governing bodies for water sports and rugby follow cycling’s lead in effectively banning trans girls and women from competing, millions of people parade for LGBTQ Pride in Sao Paulo, Brazil with a message for homophobic President Jair Bolsonaro, Hawai’i’s Governor David Ige signs three bills to boost trans protections and make LGBTQ issues a permanent government concern, and Emmy-winning entertainer extraordinaire RuPaul “reads” lawmakers who charge Drag Queer Story Hour with criminal child abuse.
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