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Entries by Tom Lally

Kentucky Historical Highway Marker honors the road to LGBTQ liberation

The intersection of Saint James Court and Belgravia Court in Old Louisville just got a little bit gayer. The Fairness Campaign joined dozens of queer people, young and old, to unveil a new historical highway marker this pride month. The bronze gilded sign honors trailblazing troublemakers who pushed Louisville to be a more inclusive space […]

Ban Conversion Therapy Kentucky loses tax exempt status, leadership questioned by former advocates 

UPDATE: On April 11, the Kentucky Youth Law Project, an organization working to enhance legal protections for queer youth, denounced BCTK’s actions and called for its executive director, Rebecca Blankenship, and its one lobbyist, Michael Frazier to resign immediately. “In these difficult times, it is imperative that all nonprofit organizations scrupulously follow the laws, rules […]

Louisville Pride Foundation appoints interim executive director

The Louisville Pride Foundation hired an interim Executive Director who aims to make the Louisville Pride Center more accessible for people of all ages, folks in recovery, and the entire community.  In December, the Louisville Pride Foundation’s founding executive director, Mike Slaton, stepped down from his position to take a job with the Louisville Orchestra.  […]