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A photography exhibit featuring portraits of Alaska Native LGBTQ and Two-Spirit peoples opens next week at the Alaska Humanities Forum. Photographer Jenny Miller was...
Four authors loudly and happily discussed their lives as LGBTQ people in a Palmer book store last week. We hope you consider reading what they have to say.
Amber Batts' felony conviction of sex trafficking for running an escort service highlights a a major shortcoming in state law, with a huge price to pay.
On April 18th & 19th, the Sheraton Hotel hosted Alaska Steamposium 2015: The Arctic Expedition, Alaska’s first steampunk convention.
When one's father is conservative, socially and fiscally, and uses terms like “gay agenda,” coming out as transgender is more than a little terrifying.
NASA engineer Kobie Boykins used to look up at the sky and pretend to be Star Treks' Geordi LaForge. Now, he's sending robots to space to map Mars.
Leelah Alcorn tragically took her own life last month. Her death indicates that there must be better ways for families to handle their transgender children.
Sex workers are often targets of violence because they are marginalized and made invisible by the communities they live in. Laws may be making things worse.
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