The Big Green Cruise for VA NORML
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Over 30 humans and one dog named Gertie braved a damp Saturday morning and ran scantily clad in holiday attire on Norfolk's Granby Street in the Second Annual Santa Speedo Run organized by Out-n-Fit.
On December 11, members of the LGBTQ community addressed the Norfolk City Council about the recent closure of the Hershee Bar and shifted the discussion, challenging city leaders to enact policies to make the city more inclusive.
The Christmas holiday is less than two weeks away and the office parties, holiday open houses, seasonal performances and other celebrations are ramping up, filling people's social calendars. At this busy and very festive...
Last month, Stonewall Sports Norfolk announced that their Winter Dodgeball league will be played at the Salvation Army Kroc Center of Hampton Roads, triggering an uproar amongst some of their members due to the Salvation Army's reputation...
Join Hampton and Newport News police, the Citizens Unity Commission, and the LGBTQ Awareness Committee on Dec. 8 for a discussion of domestic partner violence. The "mix & mingle" will include thought-provoking conversations, survivor resources and information that can...
Recently, The LGBTQ Institute, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta and Georgia State University conducted the LGBTQ Institute Southern Survey to improve public knowledge about the conditions and life experiences of LGBTQ Southerners. As one of the...
December 1 marks the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day and while significant progress has been made in fighting the disease since 1988, a recent United Nations report shows that three in four people living with HIV do not...
The Transgender Assistance Project (TAP VA) and Samaritan House are among nine Hampton Roads area non-profit organizations awarded community grants by the TEGNA Foundation, the charitable foundation sponsored by TEGNA Inc., and 13News Now (WVEC). The nine area nonprofit organizations...
We have begun work on the next print edition of OutLife757 and the theme for the Winter 2019 issue will feature the diversity of LGBTQ families thriving and growing in Hampton Roads. For a long time, our community has 'chosen'...
Forty years ago today,  the trajectory of LGBTQ political visibility, rights and progress was altered in an act of violence following the assassination of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk, California's first openly gay elected official. Milk...