QUEER VOICES

A Nostalgic Look At Lesbian Identity In San Francisco

And other big queer news stories from the past week.

Each week HuffPost Gay Voices and HuffPost Live will take a look back at some of the biggest queer news stories from the past week. Check back every Friday for your queer news round-up in this regular feature titled "QueerView." 

New Doc Takes A Nostalgic Look At Lesbian Identity In San Francisco
This summer, San Francisco's beloved lesbian out post, "The Lexington Club," shut down for good.

​Our #​UnicornOfTheWeek: Dad Who Defended Son's​ ​Cruella De Vil​ Costume​

The dad who defended his son's Cruella De Vil costume is our #​UnicornOfTheWeek! Josh explains why.

Marvel's Iceman Has Come Out Of The Closet
After 52 years, Marvel's Iceman is coming out of the closet.

Houston's Vote On Anti-Bias Law Is 'A Major Setback'
Michael Silverman explains why Houston's vote on anti-bias laws is "a major setback."

France Relaxes Blood Donation Restrictions​ On Gay Men​
French officials have announced an end to the ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men, though not without conditions.

Filmmaker Calls Attention To Homophobia In The Black Church
The church is an integral part of many black communities. But it's not always the most welcome place if you are gay.

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