Articles in Resources
When it comes to marriage equality, it’s no contest between Obama and Romney; a landmark decision on DOMA by the Third Circuit; and other recent LGBTQ news selected by Sara Boesser in Juneau, Alaska, with additional info from Bent Alaska.
In this month’s “Ask Lambda Legal” column, Lambda Legal answers a question about the federal government’s longstanding ban against donations of blood from men who have sex with men (MSM).
“Acceptance: An Alternative Approach to Suicide Intervention” comprises two workshops at Alaska Pride Conference 2012 on Saturday, October 6, part of the “Acceptance” series of discussions in honor of Mya Dale.
On October 29, 2011, Kerry Fadely was murdered at her workplace, the Millenium Alaskan Hotel in Anchorage. Today, Lambda Legal filed a legal challenge seeking survivor benefits for Kerry’s partner of 10 years, Debbie Harris.
In this month’s “Ask Lambda Legal” column, Lambda Legal answers a question about police harassment of LGBT people, immigrants, and people living with HIV.
In this month’s “Ask Lambda Legal” column, Lambda Legal answers a question about fair access to housing for same-sex couples.
In this month’s “Ask Lambda Legal” column, Lambda Legal addresses questions about Arizona’s anti-immigrant law — most provisions of which were declared unconstitutional last month by the U.S. Supreme Court — and how anti-immigration laws affect LGBTQI people.
The recent death of Mya Dale has brought suicide to the forefront of our minds. Suicide continues to be a risk in our community. We need to talk honestly about suicide and how to prevent it.
What is a transman? Danny Ashton Earll, a new contributor to Bent Alaska, shares the story of his life and journey as a transgender man in Alaska — and also shares resources he compiled for transmen during his reign as the ICOAA’s Mister Gay Alaska 2011–2012.
Pride Foundation’s Tiffany McClain writes about former Juneau resident Patricia Van Kirk, whose contributions to lesbian arts and culture in Alaska and Washington have left a legacy that will continue to live on through the Patricia Van Kirk Scholarship fund.