The First LGBTiQ New’s Headlines of 2018 from Pinksixty.com
Justin Mann and James White are due in court this Thursday charged with the murder of a lesbian couple and two of their children in New York, over Christmas. Police say the family was deliberately targeted and the suspects already knew the victims.
The US Justice Department backed away from asking the Supreme Court to delay transgender people joining the military, with sign-ups starting yesterday. The Department of Defense is to use a pending report on the issues to defend the proposed ban.
British Columbia’s Ministry of Health began providing PrEP free of charge from yesterday. The province is the first in Canada to offer it entirely free, with Ontario and Quebec offering subsidised options through local drug programmes.
A court in Singapore has denied an application by a gay man to adopt his own biological son, who was born using a paid surrogate in the USA. Surrogacy for gay people is illegal in Singapore and the judge accused the man of trying to bypass the law to build a family.
And finally, Gary Janetti, who writes & produces Family Guy married his longtime partner, stylist Brad Goreski last week. The pair is with their families on a Caribbean cruise and were married last Tuesday according to People magazine.
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