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Advocates say sex workers face significant hurdles in their lives due to record of arrests
Simmons remembered for his fierce advocacy, activist spirit, and dedication to improving the lives of black gay men
LGBTQ-friendly bars and restaurants have adapted to cope with the pandemic, and are all eager to get back to a "new normal"
Local organization is distributing "senior care kits" and food packages to vulnerable LGBTQ community members
Several events will take place virtually or will be "retooled" to encourage social distancing
The eight $2,000 scholarships mark the highest amount the LGBTQ sports association has ever given out in a year
Ward 7's Vincent Gray was the only Democrat in a contested race to earn 60% of club members' votes
Ryan Bos developed a sore throat in March. Two hospitalizations later, he wants everyone to follow the rules.
Anthony Lorenzo Green, Janeese Lewis George, and Jordan Grossman earn progressive group's backing
DC Eagle employees on the legacy of the city’s oldest leather bar, and the alleged mismanagement that brought it down
The shopping giant is working with Freddie’s Beach Bar and Restaurant to deliver boxed meals to workers and struggling families
Recipients were honored for their academic and extracurricular success, as well as their commitment to social justice
Most D.C. Council candidates earn positive ratings, but many vehemently oppose decriminalizing sex work
The DC Eagle nightclub is the second Washington, D.C. LGBTQ bar to close its doors within a week
D.C.'s sports teams are disappointed, but eager to resume playing once the COVID-19 pandemic subsides