The Supreme Court decision in June highlighted a harsh reality: there are major discrepancies between federal and state governments, and the checks and balances that
Read the true life stories of our LGBT+ advocates, youth, seniors, allies, and trans community in Middle Tennessee.
In larger cities and metro areas, it’s becoming easier to find resources and services for the LGBT+ community. This is something that’s taken many years and a lot of blood, sweat and tears. Now, it’s members of the community in the suburbs and rural areas that are working to bring resources and services to their areas.
From students getting sent to the principal’s office for wearing a rainbow belt to students organizing an unofficial, speakeasy-like pride week, for Brandon Thomas, the simple act of being yourself in high school was a political act.