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12th Kentucky city adopts LGBTQ+ Fairness Ordinance!

DAYTON — With a unanimous vote of 5-0 tonight, the Northern Kentucky town of Dayton, population 5,338, became the twelfth city in the Commonwealth with a Fairness Ordinance prohibiting LGBTQ discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodations. “Dayton is extremely excited to be able to join the other eleven cities, out of 419 in the …

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Entrepreneur seeks to establish Black, Queer sober spaces

by Arielle Clark, MBA (she/her/hers) The Louisville LGBTQ+ scene is inundated with white, gay people and is steeped in alcohol culture.  There, I said it. And did I stutter? Insert shrug emoji here. Louisville is my home. I was born in a Louisville hospital, raised in a Louisville home, and attended Louisville schools (and have …

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PnP culture is killing us: Queer man leaves the parTy, embraces pride

Story by Jimmy Cheatham, Lexington Art by Joshua Riley Queer. To me, that word means living outside of the heteronormative/cisnormative world that we see everywhere we look. I’ve been queer long before I identified as a cis gay man. Growing up in rural Kentuckiana I always knew there was something queer about me and that …

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A trans man’s voice on queerness, privilege and intersectionality

Adrian Sibernagel The label with which I most identify is “queer.” I also identify as trans (because I transitioned), bisexual (because I am attracted to more than one gender), and male (because that’s how I see and experience my own gender). But what draws me to the label “queer” is that it implies a fluidity, …

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‘Ban Conversion Therapy Kentucky’ executive director to receive Advocate of the Year Award in June

Since 2016, Tanner has worked incredibly hard to pass legislation to ban conversion therapy in Kentucky. Though in grad school AND working, he tirelessly devotes any extra time on BCTK. This year he went above and beyond, with the help of the board and volunteers, BCTK got record breaking co-sponsors and had a bill in …

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