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Disney won't say gay, Cass Review, A Sims Queertopia and other LGBTQIA+ stories this week
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Disney won't say gay, Cass Review, A Sims Queertopia and other LGBTQIA+ stories this week

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Every Saturday we send you a summary of the week's top LGBTQIA+ news, queer content you don't want to miss and a beyond the binary spotlight on the voices that deserve to be heard.

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  • Disney. They've finally said they don't support Don't Say Gay, but is it too late?
  • Catholic cancel. A summary of headlines including on the Cass Review, Ukraine, and a Catholic school that cancelled a talk by a queer author.
  • Did you make all your sims queer too? This week's Queer Gaze looks at why you're not alone.

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Before we start, a note about Ukraine. We are not best placed to play a part in the rolling news coverage of the criminal invasion by Russia. Still, every word in this newsletter is written knowing LGBTQIA+ people face life-or-death decisions in Ukraine right now. We'll be bringing you what news we can about queer lives each week in a 'Ukraine' section of the newsletter while the crisis continues.
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πŸ“½οΈ Disney won't say gay

As a rule, I don't talk about corporates who stick rainbows on cars and logos in QueerAF - there is plenty of that advertising elsewhere. But when a corporation that has been using those tactics to convince us they've changed also directly funds anti-LGBTQIA+ legislation, we can't ignore it. Let's talk about Disney and the Parental Rights Bill.