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It's Happening Out 6/17/2020 - The World's Most Popular LIVE Gay TV Show
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It's Happening Out 6/17/2020 - The World's Most Popular LIVE Gay TV Show

(WATCH LIVE) In Breaking Q News, an exciting new announcement.  An amazing new digital television show is coming for the LGBTQ community called GAY TOWNHALL… YOU Participate In the LGBTQ Debate.  This show will focus on the big topics of the day that are of interest to the LGBTQ community. More than a dozen hosts including celebrities, famous influencers, drag queens, writers and authors, a college professor who identifies as a communist, a famous white house visiting Gay Trumpster, artists, all segments representing the L, the G, the B, the T and the Q community, a famous porn star, a famous underwear model, a Miccoosookee Native American, and more.  The show will premiere at 8:30 pm on Thursday, July 2.  And it’s aLIVE. Best of all… America… world… You get to participate. The chat is moderated and interesting thread posts are moved right into the screen for hosts and guests to discuss.  Best of all America, you are allowed to log in and be on camera with the hosts and participate in the debate and discussion. Nothing like this has ever existed in the LGBTQ Community and it’s very exciting.  Over the next two weeks all of these hosts will be introduced to you.  Tonight we introduce you to the first announced host, the current International Mr. Leather, Jack Thompson.  Jack made international headlines and history by becoming the first Trans Person of Color to win IML. 
(WATCH LIVE) This guy writes the songs that makes the whole world sing. And so much more.
(WATCH LIVE) Ok, our gay icon has been purchased for $600, 15 Times more than the first go around. So now it turns out they're 'STRAIGHT'. Come on... its Grindr. Just give it a few weeks.
(WATCH LIVE) We love "No Context Wednesday" as it allows us to explore stories from a strange new perspective. So Florida... you know... 'The Freakshow State'... Police there go on record saying Donuts are more effective than Guns and fighting Bears. Wait... what?
(WATCH LIVE) How often do we string the words together to say aloud "Gays For Gorsuch". Well, maybe this once and only if you want to buy a T-shirt. "We just don't have the strength"
(WATCH LIVE) What is it about LGBTQ community and Gaymers? Channel your "nerd spirit" as Animal Crossing New Horizons celebrates LGBTQ June Pride Month. And Q News Tonight loves it.
(WATCH LIVE) 'Sense8' is setting the LGBTQ world on fire. And now we show you the top 15 sex scenes that are creating history for the show. And The Anchors laugh at what it is doing to all of us.
(WATCH LIVE) Several states, including Arizona, Florida and Texas, are seeing their highest number of new coronavirus cases yet as they continue to pull back stay-at-home restrictions. In Florida, the spike in cases that doctors had been waiting for in April has finally arrived. The state reported 2,581 new cases on Saturday, with rising numbers in every major city. In both Florida and Arizona, restaurants that had reopened to indoor dining have since closed after employees contracted COVID-19, The Washington Post reported.

(WATCH LIVE) Even after several Doctors spoke on behalf of a common sense Mask ordinance in order to slow the spread of COVID-19, it failed to make it past committee in a 4-4 ti...Read More

(WATCH LIVE) We like to think we inspire others, and today it becomes obvious that we have. Thomas Roberts has decided to launch his own program called 'Gay Good News' on Facebook and we here at Q News Tonight love to see it. Naturally, this is the very definition of Coronavirus Good News.
(WATCH LIVE) Joe Scarborough, of MSNBC's Morning Joe, has apparently had enough of Mark Zuckerberg. The tirade you just heard comes after months and months of platitudes from the Facebook founder with little to no actions on the platform backing it up. The Facebook CEO has even commented recently that it is not his job to police if people lie or not on his platform, but rather that should be up to viewer discretion.
(WATCH LIVE) An Egyptian LGBTQ+ activist whose image of herself raising a rainbow flag at a Mashrou’ Leila concert in October 2017 was found dead in her Canadian home. According to Al Jazeera, Sarah Hegazy, 30, died by suicide and left a note for her family and friends asking to forgive her. 'To my siblings,' the handwritten note read. 'I tried to find redemption and failed, forgive me. To my friends, the experience was harsh and I am too weak to resist it, forgive me. To the world, you were cruel to a great extent, but I forgive.'
(WATCH LIVE) Disgraced anti-LGBTQ preacher Franklin Graham is predict-ably raging in the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling that people can’t be fired for being gay or transgender. To add insult to injury, the court’s opinion was penned by justice Neil Gorsuch, a Trump appointee who sided with the liberal justices. Franklin fumed on Facebook, saying 'I believe this decision erodes religious freedoms across this country. People of sincere faith who stand on God’s word as their foundation for life should never be forced by the government to compromise their religious beliefs' This is unlikely to be the last word on the matter from Mr. Graham.
(WATCH LIVE) In news that came as a surprise to literally anyone who has followed the AIDS crisis for more than a day, President Trump announced Tuesday that there was an AIDS vaccine available. Unfortunately, that claim is not true at all. Perhaps what is most troubling about this, other than his usual lack of understanding of medical science, is he was touting this to calm nerves about the upcoming COVID-19 vaccine that is being created. If this is any indication, that situation requires close monitoring in the coming months.
(WATCH LIVE) In news that came as a surprise to literally anyone who has followed the AIDS crisis for more than a day, President Trump announced Tuesday that there was an AIDS vaccine available. Unfortunately, that claim is not true at all. Perhaps what is most troubling about this, other than his usual lack of understanding of medical science, is he was touting this to calm nerves about the upcoming COVID-19 vaccine that is being created. If this is any indication, that situation requires close monitoring in the coming months.
(WATCH THIS) A survey of 2,333 people, conducted by OutLife, discovered that four in five (79%) LGBTQ individuals have experienced a plummet in their mental health due to the restrictions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Before lockdown, 24% of those interviewed said they felt depressed “very often” or “every day” while 34% admitted to experiencing anxiety. During lockdown, these numbers increased to 43% for depression and 50% for anxiety. For young people, loneliness has become a whole other epidemic, as more than two in three of LGBTQ people under the age of 18 admitted to having thoughts of loneliness and isolation during lockdown.
(WATCH LIVE) In a tense meeting Monday at Hachette U.K., the publisher of J.K. Rowling’s forthcoming children’s book The Ickabog, several employees told management that they were 'no longer prepared to work on the book.' he protest follows widespread condemnation after the Harry Potter author published a series of transphobic tweets and a lengthy blog post last week, which some have called her 'transphobic manifesto.' It remains to be seen if these views will do anything to half the publishing of Rowling's Book.
(WATCH LIVE) The Photos that we are now showing were recently collected from One National Gay & Lesbian Archives. The Pictures include a gay couple stealing a kiss in a photo booth in 1953, one of the few places they could do safely. That actually serves as one of the most recent photos, as many in this collection were taken in the mid to late 1800s, showing a rare glimpse into the LGBTQ community of yesteryear. It is proof positive that although we were silenced for many years, that love still found a way to flourish in the dark.
(WATCH LIVE) Mitch McConnell spent much of his life laboring to become Senate majority leader. And for the past six years, he’s used that position to become one of the most consequential party leaders in decades. But it all could come to an end next January as Democrats’ chances of a Senate takeover increase. And the Senate map is so rough for Republicans in 2022 that a loss this cycle could make for a long-term stay in the minority.  There is widespread support for McConnell to remain atop the Senate Republican Conference no matter what the party’s status is. This all presumes, of course, that he keeps his seat this November against whichever Democrat challenges him.
(WATCH LIVE) Broward County, home to Q News Tonight is named after former Florida Governor Napoleon Bonaparte Broward, who served from 1905 to 1908. He is best remembered for draining and developing portions of the Everglades. With the national focus on eliminating racism, a roster of petition signers cited Governor Broward was an avowed racist segregationist. The name that has been floated is Fort Lauderdale County, for branding purposes. In news related to this movement the Quaker Oates company announced today they are discontinuing their Aunt Jemima line after more than 130 years of production in an attempt to be more racially sensitive.
(WATCH LIVE) The NCAA allows Trans athletes to compete in sports, which conflicts directly with Idaho's House Bill 500 which allows schools to subject young athletes to invasive medical examinations in order to sideline them if they’re found to be transgender. In response the NCAA Board of Governors is considering moving all of its collegiate sporting events outside of the state, which could cost The Gem State tens of millions in revenue. This isn't the first time the NCAA has stepped in on behalf of the LGBTQ community, as it has fought several laws in the past that discriminated against the community.