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(Watch) We bring you Happening Out Television Network's original Video Photo Essay that examines male vulnerability and sexuality with stunning photos by legendary American photographer Michael Stokes. He is  best known for his controversial photographs of veterans who were wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan. He became famous when Facebook removed photos of Gay themed pictures and later reversed their actions and apologized. He has published eight coffee table books of his photography of masculinity. Now he presents two large scale fine art books called Sinners and Saints. Queer News Tonight think everyone at home is going to enjoy this beautiful presentation.

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(Watch) Join us for our fast-paced segment of no-context headlines and our Anchor reactions. Today we look at the headline: LGBTQ Geeks the news is in... Gundam Robots Are Now Real

(Watch) Join us for our fast-paced segment of no-context headlines and our Anchor reactions. Today we look at the headline: Tiger King star Carole Baskin says ‘caged’ Britney Spears ‘should be in the wild’ as Free Britney movement hits fever pitch

(Watch) Join us for our fast-paced segment of no-context headlines and our Anchor reactions. Today we look at the headline:Drag Race Holland has been confirmed and it's coming to our screens 'soon'

(Watch) Join us for our fast-paced segment of no-context headlines and our Anchor reactions. Today's headlines include: In Covid-19 Lysol Sales 'Rise' While Condom Business 'Goes Limp', New Report Shows Drag Race Holland has been confirmed and it's coming to our screens 'soon' Couple wear swastika masks in Minnesota Walmart Tiger King star Carole Baskin says ‘caged’ Britney Spears ‘should be in the wild’ as Free Britney movement hits fever pitch "No, I won't be going": Trump refused to pay respects to John Lewis lying in state LGBTQ Geeks the news is in... Gundam Robots Are Now Real

(Watch) Four more members of the Miami Marlins have tested positive for the coronavirus after the latest round of testing, bringing the total number of players to test positive to 17. The Marlins' games have been canceled for the previous days and their next opponent, the Washington Nationals, elected via a team vote to not travel to Miami for their weekend series. However, the decision on whether the games are played rests with Major League Baseball, not the Nationals. This outbreak comes after players rejected a plan that would have seen them play in bubble cities, with much higher scrutiny for quarantine.

(Watch) We finally have an idea we can all agree with, an undercover gay that can help the girl out from picking the trashiest of the guys. I am just mad I didn't think of it myself, and this hilarious video is good news!

(Watch) John Lewis honored us all one final time Monday July 27, his powerful voice echoing in the halls of the Capitol as it brought all that heard it to a standstill.  As the recording of Lewis ended, Nancy Pelosi, the House speaker, took her seat and the Rotunda erupted in applause. Then Pelosi rose to her feet again and everyone followed her lead. In a perfect circle, the guests stood and clapped the casket draped in the Stars and Stripes in the center of the room. Lewis, who grew up on a farm in rural Alabama in the Jim Crow south, became the first Black member of Congress to lie in state in the US Capitol rotunda, resting in a place previously used for Abraham Lincoln, John F Kennedy, Ronald Reagan and the supreme court justice Thurgood Marshall.

(Watch) Google and its parent company, Alphabet, will keep employees working from home until at least June of 2021 because of concerns over the coronavirus pandemic, the company said in a statement on July 27th. The technology giant had previously planned to bring workers back to its offices beginning in January. Its new policy makes Alphabet the first major U.S. corporation to definitively extend its work-from-home timeline so far into the future. The new policy affects almost all of the roughly 200,000 full-time and contract workers who work for Google and Alphabet

(Watch) Attorney General William Barr and House Democrats squared off on a number of issues July 28, where the exchanges frequently got testy on the facts being laid out by either side. Barr asserted that federal forces have a duty to protect courthouses in Portland, despite the damage to them before the federal officers were sent in being a mere $5,000, and that he did not speak to Stone's prosecutor regarding the Stone case in any way.  When he was further questioned about Stone, Barr shouted 'Let me ask you, do you think it is fair for a 67-year-old man to be sent to prison for seven to nine years?' Barr is 70 years old himself. 

(Watch) Dr. Dre has got Colin Kaepernick's back. The hip-hop legend posted a photo of himself and Kaepernick kneeling with a one-word caption that said "Defiant" on his Instagram page, which we are now showing on screen. The choice of the word 'defiant' is notable since Dr. Dre was a central focus of the HBO series The Defiant Ones, which was a four-part documentary series that told his story and the story of Jimmy Iovine.  The kneeling pose is what drew national attention to Kaepernick, as that is how he chose to protest systemic racism when he was still a member of the San Francisco 49ers. It is a powerful image that reminds us all what so many in this country and around the world are still fighting for - Equality.

(Watch) In a follow up to a story we've been covering for weeks now, J.K. Rowling,  the ultra wealthy Harry Potter creator who threatened legal action to force children’s websites to apologize for criticizing her views on transgender people – is now claiming that there is a coming “medical scandal” that involves puberty blockers for transgender kids. On Twitter, Rowling shared a paper by British psychoanalyst Marcus Evans that criticized conversion therapy bans and even said people were afraid of 'powerful trans lobbying groups' and were coaching kids to pretend to be trans. We will continue to follow this story as it develops and try not to cringe when we pick up our Harry Potter books.

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(Watch) Senate Republicans on July 27 proposed a $1 trillion coronavirus aid package hammered out with the White House, paving the way for talks with Democrats on how to help Americans as expanded unemployment benefits for millions of workers expire this week. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called the proposal a “tailored and targeted” plan focused on getting children back to school and employees back to work and protecting corporations from lawsuits, while slashing the expiring supplemental unemployment benefits of $600 a week by two-thirds.

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(Watch) A rally in favor of the police, coined as 'Back the Blue', turned ugly in quick fashion when one of its members shouted to 'kill transgenders!" which drew gasps from the Black Lives Matters protesters across the street for its obvious vileness. It should be noted that while some of his cohorts joined in, most of even his own side was also shocked by the comment. Luckily, the two sides represented here clashed only in words and police kept order before both sides left.

(Watch) LGBTQ America is once again seeing the repercussions of the violent gun culture in America. Following the police killing of Breonna Taylor who was sleeping in her own home, calls have been getting louder and louder for the arrest of the killers. Now peaceful protesters are squaring off against the 'Not Fucking Around Coalition' - armed militants who are demanding justice and equality. There is only one thing for certain, and that is tensions are rising in Louisville and if history is in indicator we need to watch what happens next, as it could have a major impact for all of us.

(Watch) Racial and anti-LGBTQ bias persists in ridesharing services even though companies have taken steps to reduce it, according to a new study from Indiana University Bloomington’s Kelley School of Business. They did this by manipulating user data that the driver would see by using traditionally black or white perceived names and to show support for the LGBTQ community they simply overlaid a rainbow filter on top of a photo, a hallmark of support online. The study found that those filters made it more than twice as likely to have a ride canceled compared to that of a Caucasian profile with no LGBTQ markers. It has been suggested that this data be integrated into these services and drivers face punishment for showing such a bias.

(Watch) The past 12 months saw LGBTQ representation in elective office in the U.S. grow by 21 percent, with 843 known out officials as of June. The increase is attributable to several favors including that more LGBTQ candidates are running for office, more are willing to be out while running, and more are coming out while in office as well. This year should mark a big increase as well, with over 800 running around the country for various offices. However there are still room for improvement, as an overwhelming majority of these people are white (77%) and cisgender men (57%.) Even so, we look forward to more progress this November for our community.

(Watch) Shannon Bennett, the gay Broward County sheriff’s deputy who died after contracting COVID-19, was the first emergency responder in South Florida to die of the novel coronavirus. Now AIG is refusing to pay his line-of-duty death insurance claim, arguing that there is no proof he caught the deadly virus at work. The Broward Sheriff’s Office submitted an appeal to the insurance carrier, but it was denied too. In the second denial, the company admitted that certain health conditions do qualify under Florida law as “accidental and caused by employment,” but since the coronavirus wasn’t explicitly listed, it didn’t count. After the Pulse nightclub shooting, Bennett would park his patrol car near LGBTQ venues show people that 'they were protected.'

(Watch) A Bolivian court has struck down a ruling from officials against a same-sex couple who wished to have their union registered. The ruling came from a junior court in the country, the Second Constitutional Chamber of the La Paz Court of Justice. The case was brought about by a same-sex couple living in La Paz, who had lived together for ten years. They wished to have their union registered, but the Civil Registry Service, refused them last year. Both members of the court said this decision went against the couple’s human rights. This follows up a 2018 ruling by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights that said countries in its jurisdiction, which includes Bolivia, need to treat same-sex couples 'without discrimination.'