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July 20th, 2018

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Out.com light In The Water

New Logo Documentary Details Early Push For Lgbtq Inclusion In Sports

By Dennis Hinzmann

Hollywood — Though the American LGBTQ community is proud of Adam Rippon for becoming the first openly gay athlete on Team USA to earn an Olympic medal, his win – and even his inclusion on the team – were a long time coming. (More)

Penis-size Study Professor Reveals How Abuse Led Her To Cancel Research

By Staff

Springfield, MO — Alicia M. Walker PhD, the Missouri State University professor who had to cancel her study on penis size and self-esteem partly because of media coverage, has spoken out about the controversy. (More)

TowelRoad.com Carnial Mardi Gras By The Sea

Beat The Heat With These Five Must-try Nola Desserts

By Staff

New Orleans, LA — New Orleans doesn’t immediately spring to mind when you think of places to beat the heat, but even steamy summer weather doesn’t slow the Crescent City down. (More)

Gay Star News

Israel's Top Companies Join Strike To Protest Anti-LGBTI Surrogacy Laws

By Shannon Power

Israel — Some of Israel’s biggest companies have thrown their support behind the LGBTI community’s planned national day of strike. The day of strike comes after last weekend’s massive street protests over revisions in a surrogacy bill that gave rights to single women but failed to include LGBTI couples. (More)

queerty.com West 40s

‘West 40s’ Creators On That First Time A Twenty-something Calls You “Daddy”

By David Reddish

Cyberspace — Veteran writer-actors Brian Sloan and Mark Sam Rosenthal have an undeniable rapport. Sloan already has a following, having penned films like WTC View and segments in the Boys Life anthology series. Rosenthal gained notice as a stand up comic and actor on the New York stage in productions like the parody Point Break Live! (More)

HIV+ Mag

30 Things You Should Know About HIV But Were Afraid to Ask

By Staff

Cyberspace — You’ve got questions about HIV, we’ve got the answers. Here’s what you need to know to stay healthy, protect yourself and others, and move forward with what should still be a long, happy life. (More)

Gay Cities.com 15 Pride Festival

Pride Never Ends: 15 Fabulous, Travel-worthy Pride Festivals Still To Come

By Tony Taylor

Cyberspace — Around the world, Pride celebrations are not uniformly scheduled in June, the anniversary of the Stonewall riots that set Pride in motion. Sometimes they take place earlier or later in the year to take advantage of cooler weather (thank you Las Vegas and Palm Springs!). Sometimes they are scheduled so people like you can take in more than one. (More)