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34 Ways to Celebrate NYC Pride, WorldPride and Stonewall50

34 Ways to Celebrate NYC Pride, WorldPride and Stonewall50

TRAVEL | By Kelsy Chauvin | Jun 25
Overwhelmed by all of the offerings for NYC Pride, WorldPride and Stonewall50? We've got you covered with the ultimate list of what not to miss.

'Euphoria' Star Jacob Elordi Opens Up About Wild Locker Room Scene, Toxic Masculinity

'Euphoria' Star Jacob Elordi Opens Up About Wild Locker Room Scene, Toxic Masculinity

ENTERTAINMENT | Jun 25
Actor Jacob Elordi is talking with The Hollywood Reporter, sharing his thoughts about starring in the new HBO teen drama "Euphoria" and his latest scene involving appearing with a number of naked men.

Watch: Mexican Telenovela Makes History with First Gay Couple as Stars

Watch: Mexican Telenovela Makes History with First Gay Couple as Stars

NEWS | By Sam Cronin | Jun 25
Televisa is airing the premiere of its new telenovela, "Juntos, El Corazon Nunca se Equivoca" (Together, the Heart is Never Wrong) on Sunday. The series is set to be the first with a gay couple as the leading characters. Watch the trailers here.

Ryan Murphy Directing Film of Queer Musical 'The Prom' with Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Ariana Grande & More

Ryan Murphy Directing Film of Queer Musical 'The Prom' with Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Ariana Grande & More

ENTERTAINMENT | Jun 25
Ryan Murphy has been with Netflix for less than a year but his newest project is huge: After revealing he'd be directing and producing a film version of the Broadway hit LGBTQ musical "The Prom."

AP-NORC Poll: Still Some Extra Hurdles for LGBT Candidates

AP-NORC Poll: Still Some Extra Hurdles for LGBT Candidates

NEWS | By David Crary | Jun 25
A sizable number of U.S. voters say they'd have some hesitancy about supporting an LGBT candidate for president, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

Philadelphia Police Outline New Transgender Policy

Philadelphia Police Outline New Transgender Policy

NEWS | Jun 25
Philadelphia police must use a person's chosen name and pronoun when interacting with someone who is transgender, regardless of what is listed on their government-issued identification card.

Dionne Warwick — She's Back, on Tour with a New Album

Dionne Warwick — She's Back, on Tour with a New Album

ENTERTAINMENT | By Steve Duffy | Jun 25
Dionne Warwick's new album trumpets her return with the title "She's Back." EDGE caught up with the pop star as she continues her current U.S. tour.

Jacksonville Library Cancels Pride Prom Event After "Activist Mommy" and Ministry Cause Backlash

Jacksonville Library Cancels Pride Prom Event After "Activist Mommy" and Ministry Cause Backlash

NEWS | By Sam Cronin | Jun 25
The Storybook Pride Prom was cancelled Monday in Jacksonville's Willowbranch Public Library amid backlash and safety concerns.

Watch: Meet the Nation's First Married Same-Sex Couple: They Wed in 1971

Watch: Meet the Nation's First Married Same-Sex Couple: They Wed in 1971

NEWS | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 25
Long before marriage equality began at the state level, in 2004, Jack Baker and Michael McConnell became the first same-sex couple to marry legally in America.

In Secret, Seniors Discuss 'Rational Suicide'

In Secret, Seniors Discuss 'Rational Suicide'

HEALTH/FITNESS | By Melissa Bailey | Jun 25
Ten residents slipped away from their retirement community one Sunday afternoon for a covert meeting in a cafe. They aimed to answer a taboo question: When they feel they have lived long enough, how can they carry out their own swift and peaceful death?


News

Poll: Younger People Less and Less 'Comfortable' with LGBTQs

Poll: Younger People Less and Less 'Comfortable' with LGBTQs

NATIONAL | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 25
Two and a half years into the Trump presidency, the exclusionary rhetoric emanating from the top might be doing even more damage than feared, a new poll showing declining acceptance of LGBTQs among America's younger set suggests.


Entertainment

 Review :: Little

Review :: Little

MOVIES | By Padraic Maroney | Jun 25
An uneven script is the film's real problem: Too much is going on, and the laughs dry up way too early.


Business

Mouse That Roared: Disney Characters Win Local Union Shakeup

Mouse That Roared: Disney Characters Win Local Union Shakeup

CORPORATE | By Mike Schneider | Jun 25
Months after workers who play characters at Walt Disney World threatened to leave the Teamsters union, General President James Hoffa appointed two associates Monday to take over the local union.


Technology

SpaceX Launches Hefty Rocket with 24 Satellites

SpaceX Launches Hefty Rocket with 24 Satellites

SCIENCE | By Marcia Dunn | Jun 25
SpaceX launched its heftiest rocket with 24 research satellites Tuesday, a middle-of-the-night rideshare featuring a deep space atomic clock, solar sail, a clean and green rocket fuel testbed, and even human ashes.


Cars

Nissan Governance Steps, Board Win Shareholders' Approval

Nissan Governance Steps, Board Win Shareholders' Approval

AUTO NEWS | By Yrui Kageyama | Jun 25
Scandal-battered Nissan won its shareholders' approval Tuesday for a new system of committees to oversee governance and for keeping Chief Executive Hiroto Saikawa on its board.


Style

4 New Chicago Rooftops to Drink and Dine

4 New Chicago Rooftops to Drink and Dine

FOOD/DRINK | Jun 25
This summer, Chicago takes rooftop dining to new heights with a slew of contemporary concepts that reflect Chicago's culinary talent and distinct neighborhoods including the Fulton Market District, Navy Pier, The Loop and Old Town.


Health/Fitness

Psychoanalists Apologize for Treating Homosexuality as Illness

Psychoanalists Apologize for Treating Homosexuality as Illness

NATIONAL | By Sam Cronin | Jun 24
The American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA) has apologized publicly for its previous classification of homosexuality as a mental illness, saying its mistakes contributed to discrimination and trauma.


Nightlife

Chicago PrideFest  :: June 22-23, 2019

Chicago PrideFest :: June 22-23, 2019

PHOTO ALBUMS | Jun 24
PrideFest took over Boystown in Chicago for two days on June 22nd and 23rd, leading up to the Pride parade the following weekend. Vendor booths, live music and unpredictable weather were all part of the rainbow of fun.