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(Watch Live)  This week 'The Gayest Place On Planet Earth' experienced its worst week since Covid-19 pandemic began. Yesterday more people died in South Florida and the state of Florida than any day of 2020 due to Coronavirus. That was MY Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on May 20.  Less than 2 months ago.  (shrugging shoulders).  It is crystal clear to us that... Donald Trump, Mike Pence and now Ron DeSantis... you have blood on your hands that you will never be able to wash off.  That is how we begin Coronavirus FACTS for the LGBTQ Community for July 15, 2020.

(Watch Live) The Anchors of Queer News Tonight discuss the highlights of the fun and interesting LGBTQ stories of the day in 'The Big Finish'

(Watch Live) The Anchors of Queer News Tonight discuss the highlights of the fun and interesting LGBTQ stories of the day in 'The Big Finish'

(Watch Live) The Anchors of Queer News Tonight discuss the highlights of the fun and interesting LGBTQ stories of the day in 'The Big Finish'

(Watch) Months after our esteemed President Donald Trump allayed concerns about testing being available, our very own Dr. Howard Grossman revealed on last night's show that there are already early warning signs that the supplies required to test are going to become scarce soon. With the White House's decision to hide the information about COVID-19 from the public eye that we covered early, we have to wonder if the LGBTQ community can really consider themselves safe while this President sits in office.

(Watch Live) Donald Trump’s press secretary dodged a question about the transgender military ban by citing their pride about their record on LGBTQ issues. McEnany also sai...Read More


(Watch Live) The Trump administration is changing how hospitals are required to send COVID-19 case data to the government, bypassing the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in favor of the Department of Health and Human Services. In what cannot be viewed as a coincidence the administration has said that the records will no longer be viewable by the public after this change. Four former CDC Directors have come out and given harsh criticism over the decision, and sources within the CDC are dismayed at the change.

(Watch Live) In a follow up to a story that we covered last month, Colorado joined a handful of states in outlawing the gay and trans 'panic' defense on Monday following the enactment of a new law signed by openly gay Governor Jared Polis. Colorado is just the 11th state in the U.S. to ban the practice, according to the Movement Advancement Project. Others include California, New York, Illinois, Nevada, Washington, Maine, Rhode Island, and New Jersey.

(Watch Live) In a follow up to a story Queer News Tonight has been following for months now, Members of Poland’s LGBTQ community say they are angry and afraid after President Andrzej Duda won reelection in a divisive campaign that cast their movement for equal rights as a dangerous 'ideology' that threatens families in the deeply Roman Catholic country. Some activists say the homophobic rhetoric that emerged echoes policies in Russia under President Vladimir Putin, who signed a law in 2013 banning gay 'propaganda' and where the constitution now bans same-sex marriage. We are watching Poland, and no matter what happens, please know the American LGBTQ community hears you and is with you.

(Watch Live) The Anchors of Queer News Tonight discuss the highlights of the fun and interesting LGBTQ stories of the day in 'The Big Finish'

(Watch Live) The Anchors of Queer News Tonight discuss the highlights of the fun and interesting LGBTQ stories of the day in 'The Big Finish'

(Watch Live) The Anchors of Queer News Tonight discuss the highlights of the fun and interesting LGBTQ stories of the day in 'The Big Finish'

(Watch Live) The first COVID-19 vaccine tested in the U.S. revved up people's immune systems just the way scientists had hoped, researchers reported Tuesday. The shots are poised to begin key final testing. "No matter how you slice this, this is good news," Dr. Anthony Fauci commented upon hearing the news. There's no guarantee but the government hopes to have results around the end of the year - record-setting speed for developing a vaccine.

(Watch Live) Officials in Japan have said that when visiting theme parks, you can prevent spreading COVID-19 by "Screaming in your heart" instead of out loud.  The looks of terror on the face of these silent businessmen made us laugh, and that's why it's Good News. 

(Watch Live) The married gay former presidential candidate and Rhodes Scholar will take up a post at the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study, overseeing research on 'the forces distinctively shaping the 2020s' and looking at ways to restore trust in political institutions. However, the appointment has attracted some predictable responses at the private Catholic research university. Janet Smith, a former philosophy professor at Notre Dame, raged to anti-LGBTQ website Life Site News - 'The fact that the goals of Notre Dame are not the same as those of the Gospel becomes clear, again, with the naming of Pete Buttigieg as a faculty fellow.' Both of Buttigieg’s parents were long-serving members of the Notre Dame faculty.

(Watch Live) Actor Billy Porter is among those who participated in the first-ever global Black Pride event that took place over the weekend. Global Black Gay Men Connect organized the 12-hour virtual event — the First Global Black Gay Pride is a Riot — with the support of upwards of a dozen LGBTQ advocacy groups. Grindr provided technical support for the event. Canadian Minister of Diversity and Inclusion Bardish Chagger also participated. We hope this is a start of a new trend in the community.

(Watch Live) In a tribute to Rivera, who played the sassy and sultry cheerleader Santana Lopez, Lovato wrote about how much Rivera’s performance as a queer Latina woman meant to her and the LGBTQ community.  In part she wrote, 'Rest in Peace Naya Rivera. I’ll forever cherish the opportunity to play your girlfriend on Glee.The character you played was groundbreaking for tons of closeted queer girls, like me at the time, and open queer girls, and your ambition and accomplishments were inspiring to Latina women all over the world.' A beautiful tribute for a life taken too soon by Ms. Lovato.