Melanie Notinger wrote and directed the short film “Dress Code” as a way to understand gender identity. The result is a poetic look on representation and finding your truth. I spoke with Notinger about the making of her film on NBC Palm Springs’ The Morning Show. “Dress Code” premieres Sunday, September 19th at 12:15 pm […]
Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., and Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., introduced legislation Tuesday aimed at strengthening support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer youth who are at risk of or who have suffered child abuse. “We need to do more to better understand and address the abuse of LGBTQ youth,” Baldwin, one of only two […]
NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists issued an apology on Sunday after an emcee at its annual conference welcomed a crowd of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer news professionals as “ladies and gentlemen, things and its.” “We’ve worked hard for many years to make NLGJA an inclusive organization for transgender and nonbinary journalists,” the organization […]
Palm Springs, CA For 21 years, Paul Johnson has been stitching together the fabrics of the gay community in Palm Springs at his shop, Off Ramp Leather. "Six days a week, my clients are very much in the upper age bracket," said Johnson. He’s aware of what their day to day needs are and how […]
Palm Springs, CA Palm Springs has been included in Expedia.com’s viewfinderTM Travel Blog list of “15 Exciting LGBTQ-Friendly Cities Around the World”. Cities were chosen for their history of activism, protection laws, LGBTQ-friendly establishments, districts, and business practices, and their ability to throw a rocking good (and open) party, so it’s no surprise Palm Springs […]
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La conductora del vehículo que circulaba en sentido contrario, Sandra Daniels, también perdió la vida en el accidente.
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