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The pharmaceutical company Gilead has announced that its new pre-exposure prophylactic (PrEP) injectable medication has passed a Phase III clinical trial demonstrating its safety and effectiveness against other current PrEP treatments. The trial found that the medication protected cisgender women from HIV in 100% of cases. Clinicians found that the twice-yearly shot, lenacapavir, worked in
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Share Tweet Share Share Email The Sims franchise has always been about simulating real-life scenarios, including LGBTQ+ experiences. Previously, Sims has made changes to allow users to choose their character’s pronouns and their romantic and sexual preferences. Now, it’s taking a bold new step into the world of polyamory. The upcoming Sims 4 expansion pack,
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) Photo: Shutterstock Florida governor and failed Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis shocked Floridians earlier this month when he vetoed over $32 million in arts funding from the state’s budget. On Thursday, he offered an explanation for the decision, citing what he characterized as “sexual” arts festivals. “You have your tax
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LONDON, UK. April 29, 2019: David Tennant & son, Ty Tennant arriving for the “TOLKIEN” premiere at the Curzon Mayfair, London. Photo: Shutterstock/Steve Vas/Featureflash Doctor Who star and long-time LGBTQ+ ally David Tennant has been at the center of controversy in the U.K. for the past week over comments he made about an anti-trans politician.
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Just in time for the end of Pride Month, Tractor Supply Co. said on Thursday that it would be changing a wide range of policies, including ending “Diversity, Equity, Inclusion” (DEI) programs, stopping sponsoring Pride events, and withdrawing from carbon emission goals. The agricultural product and home improvement chain store made the announcement via a
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Attorney General Ken Paxton speaks to supporters as he supports Tom Glass in his campaign for Texas State Representative on Jan. 24, 2024. Photo: Mikala Compton/American-Statesman / USA TODAY NETWORK The Texas Supreme Court has reversed a lower court’s decision blocking S.B. 14, the state’s gender-affirming care ban for minors. The law will now remain
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