The overturning of Roe v. Wade was a shock to many. People have been working through that shock in a lot of different ways since then. That includes the The Lady Rippers, an LGBTQ-friendly club of skateboarders who got together recently to talk — and skate — through their feelings.
Bentley Hudgins could make Georgia political history.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: It has been 50 years since Atlanta’s first gay pride parade kicked off on Peachtree street in Atlanta. It was a small but momentous event. At the time, homosexuality was illegal under Georgia law, and members of the queer community typically lived lives in the shadows. But on June 27, 1971, marchers in Atlanta demanded an end to persecution and marginalization.
After a decision by UEFA to deny Munich's plan to light up its arena to protest a new Hungarian law seen as homophobic, other stadiums across the country said they would go ahead anyway.
Two literary stars from Nigeria are engaging in a very public feud — a fight that is both personal and also enfolds bigger questions about feminism, gender identity and social media.