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In Campaign’s Final Stretch, Cuomo Touches Some LGBT Bases

In Campaign’s Final Stretch, Cuomo Touches Some LGBT Bases

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | Despite the near certainty of his reelection on November 4 –– likely with a comfortable enough margin to keep him near the top of the heap nationwide among Democrats not named Clinton –– Governor Andrew Cuomo has not had an easy time this year with progressives, who are among the party’s […]

Joe Nicholson, Pioneering Gay Journalist, Remembered    

Joe Nicholson, Pioneering Gay Journalist, Remembered    

BY ANDY HUMM | Joe Nicholson, who came out as a reporter at the New York Post in 1980 –– a first for anyone at a big city daily –– died October 8 after a battle with cancer. He was 71 and is survived by his beloved Sherwin T. Nicholson, whom he married in January […]

Health Department Now Ready to Ease Transgender Birth Certificate Changes   

Health Department Now Ready to Ease Transgender Birth Certificate Changes   

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | In a decisive reversal of its position from eight years ago, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is prepared to reform its regulations regarding amendments to birth certificates so that transgender people born here can change the gender designation on that record without providing proof of transition […]

SAGE Space at the Center Still Contentious Issue    

SAGE Space at the Center Still Contentious Issue    

BY ANDY HUMM | A month ago, older LGBT people who have met at the SAGE Room at the LGBT Community Center for more than 30 years celebrated what they saw as a victory. After having already been moved from their longtime home on the ground floor due to renovations at the Center, they believed […]

Police Release Video in Crown Heights Anti-Gay Assault

Police Release Video in Crown Heights Anti-Gay Assault

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | The New York Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect in an assault on a 33-year-old man in the lobby on his apartment building on Washington Avenue, near Empire Boulevard, in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn. The NYPD has released surveillance video of a man leaving […]

Trans Woman Brutally Beaten in Bushwick

Trans Woman Brutally Beaten in Bushwick

BY ANDY HUMM | A 28-year-old trans woman was beaten by four men on a Bushwick street at about 11:20 p.m. on October 12, according to the New York City Police Department. The incident, which police say occurred outside of 1250 Bushwick Avenue near Halsey Street and involved the perpetrators making “anti-gay statements,” is being investigated […]

Study of Meningitis Vaccine Effectiveness for HIV-Positive People Urged    

Study of Meningitis Vaccine Effectiveness for HIV-Positive People Urged    

BY DUNCAN OSBORNE | At least one New York City man who was in a recent cluster of three men who had meningitis was previously vaccinated against the bacteria, but may have had a reduced immune response because he is HIV-positive. “We knew it was possible that some people, particularly those who are HIV-infected, could develop […]

What’s Next for Tish James and the LGBT Community?    

What’s Next for Tish James and the LGBT Community?    

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | Two weeks after her candidate in a Bronx State Senate Democratic primary fight went down to defeat, Public Advocate Letitia James met with members of the Stonewall Democratic Club, presumably to begin mending fences over the fact that her man in the race is a fiercely anti-gay pastor who recently traveled to […]

At Schools Panel, Spirited Debate, Agreement More Work Needed    

At Schools Panel, Spirited Debate, Agreement More Work Needed    

BY NATHAN RILEY | The New York City Department of Education (DOE) supports LGBT diversity, but with an uncertain trumpet that only erratically integrates queer concerns into the curriculum. That was the message of a September 17 panel hosted by the Stonewall Democratic Club of New York City that included educators, the City Council’s Education […]

Gay City News Launches First Annual Best Of Contest    

Gay City News Launches First Annual Best Of Contest    

BY PAUL SCHINDLER  | We want to hear from you. And we want other readers to hear from you. That’s one of two vital messages I want to impart about our inaugural Best of Gay City Annual Readers’ Choice contest. The other thing you must know: This is all about having some fun. Not that […]

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