A 92 year old WW2 veteran/transgender widow denied her rights

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  Sometimes when we are  arguing and fighting for the rights of our LGBTQ community, it’s good to sit back and think about some of the actual people that are affected so badly by all this discrimination. Robina Asti was a WWII veteran and pilot and a very high-powered businessman until 1976 when she transitioned.  … Continue reading

For LGBT couples, vacations are often no laughing matter

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Those nice people at Virgin Holidays conducted a new survey on how different people were treated in vacation where they spoke to 1,000 LGBT couples and 1,000 straight couples, and the results are both sad and shocking.  One of the things that they uncovered was that only five per cent of LGBT couples are comfortable showing affection … Continue reading

We Live Here : The MidWest …. how LGBTQ+ families quality of life is threatened in the US heartlands

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  At Queerguru we have always been very aware of the fact that the trio of places we are based/live i.e. Miami Beach, Provincetown, and London enables our queer lives to be both comfortable and overwhelmingly welcoming.  Even as the political climate seems to be shifting away at times now.  Even though we are aware … Continue reading

Why we LOVE James Corden

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The more we see of (fellow Brit) James Corden the unquestionably funniest Late Late Show Host on American TV right now, the more we love him. Watch him here pitch in with his very witty take on why Dalton Maldonado, the star basketball player at Betsy Layne High School in Kentucky omitted from his yearbook because … Continue reading

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