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LGBTQ Seniors and COVID-19: A Generation of Resilience Instills Faith Instead of Fear

LGBTQ Seniors and COVID-19: A Generation of Resilience Instills Faith Instead of Fear

NATIONAL | By A. Sebastian Fortino | Jan 29
LGBTQ seniors across the country continue to find ways to counter the devastating impact of COVID-19, but a delayed vaccine rollout along with fear and mistrust put our most vulnerable community in jeopardy.

Dare We Hope? What LGBTQ People Really Expect from the Biden Presidency

Dare We Hope? What LGBTQ People Really Expect from the Biden Presidency

POLITICS | By Dan Allen | Jan 19
After a chaotic administration that's been disastrous for LGBTQ rights, uncertainty and realism are tempering expectations for Biden-Harris results.

The Biggest LGBTQ Stories of 2020

The Biggest LGBTQ Stories of 2020

NATIONAL | Dec 28
EDGE spoke to some of the nation's most notable leaders, grassroots organizations and everyday people simply trying to live each day as their authentic selves. Here are the biggest LGBTQ stories that shaped our world in 2020.

The Lavender Dollar: Debunking Lesbian Spending Stereotypes

The Lavender Dollar: Debunking Lesbian Spending Stereotypes

NATIONAL | By Merryn Johns | Dec 19
The cultural invisibility of lesbians and the struggle to keep lesbian spaces alive tend to reinforce the image of queer women as financially incapacitated or, at best, inconspicuous. But lesbians do spend money, don't they?

Can the Gay Adult Film Industry Solve Its Race Problem?

Can the Gay Adult Film Industry Solve Its Race Problem?

CULTURE | By Naveen Kumar | Nov 24
One former Black porn star says looking back after seven-plus years outside the industry, it's clear it was "a whole toxic environment of white supremacy and racism, completely all the time." Has anything changed?

How LGBTQ Voters and Candidates Could Change America's Landscape

How LGBTQ Voters and Candidates Could Change America's Landscape

POLITICS | By Kelsy Chauvin | Oct 30
"When we're voting, it's easy to think it's just for a candidate or party we align with, but it's so much more than that," says Drag Out the Vote's Dylan Austin. "Everything is interconnected." EDGE takes a comprehensive look at election 2020.

Election 2020: Mobilizing the LGBTQ Digital Generation

Election 2020: Mobilizing the LGBTQ Digital Generation

PERSONAL TECH | By Kelsy Chauvin | Oct 30
If younger LGBTQ Americans transform their passions for issues like climate change, gun control, and racial and gender equality from social media likes into actual votes, voter-turnout records could be smashed in November.

For the LGBTQ Community, Even Small Races Can Have Big Impact

For the LGBTQ Community, Even Small Races Can Have Big Impact

POLITICS | By Kelsy Chauvin | Oct 29
Politics begin at the local level, where community organizers and volunteers are part of the foundation from which future state and national candidates sprout. San Diego provides a case study about the impact of LGBTQ politicians and voters.

How LGBTQ Women Have Become America's Progressive Engine

How LGBTQ Women Have Become America's Progressive Engine

NATIONAL | By Kelsy Chauvin | Oct 28
"We have a community whose members are making a voting plan," says one expert. "LGBTQ and trans women are more likely to vote by mail than straight women, and more LGBTQ women plan to vote overall."

The Victory Fund Wants LGBTQ Candidates to Sweep This November

The Victory Fund Wants LGBTQ Candidates to Sweep This November

POLITICS | By Kelsy Chauvin | Oct 27
"Now that it's October, people are even more attentive, and LGBTQ voters, in particular, should find motivation to vote in their own best interests," says Sean Meloy, senior political director at the LGBTQ Victory Fund.

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