Nine Quad Citians help tell the true story of the HIV epidemic and of The Project of the Quad Cities in its early days. It’s all in the new documentary “We’re Still Here,” showing Thursday night.
Anna school board chair’s comments comparing being transgender to mental illness triggers civil rights and liability concerns, calls for him to step down
ANNA, ILL. –School Board Chair Joshua Gooden compared being transgender to having a mental illness. Now, a coalition is calling for him to step down for interfering with the district’s mission of sering all students, and some are concerned his comments may violate civl rights and expose the school district to liability.
At least four Iowa communities or groups are holding events today in honor of the National Transgender Day of Remembrance. The statewide nonprofit One Iowa will hold a virtual panel to recognize the National Transgender Day of Awareness at noon today; anyone can...
Josie Faith, a devoted volunteer for Clock Inc. who has inspired others with her story of gender transition, is in need of support following a fire that destroyed her home.
Self-test kits for HIV available online at The Project of the Quad Cities aim to reduce stigma, transcend barriers
HIV self-testing has potential to help reduce the stigma of HIV testing and also eliminate barriers like language and transportation. The Project of the Quad Cities is offering test kits through an online form.
The Quad Cities’ Creative Women of Color holds its Buenas Nuevas Market in Rock Island through December 20.
Pick up some tips on how to make lists work for you, rather than cause more stress, anxiety and depression.
Traditional feel-good story through LGBTQ+ eyes comes to Davenport Friday in ‘The Mattachine Family’
A rare opportunity to see the new film “The Mattachine Family,” featuring Nico Tortorella and Emily Hampshire, comes to Davenport Friday night. Read here about this traditional feel-good story, and the reason it’s showing in the Quad Cities.
Challenging films coming this fall to Pride at FilmScene include Cruising with Al Pacino, Young Soul Rebels, Drop Dead Gorgeous
Four “challenging” films are part of Iowa City’s Pride at FilmScene this fall: “Jimmy in Saigon,” Drop Dead Gorgeous,” “Young Soul Rebels” and “Cruising” with Al Pacino.
Letters to the Editor
“Consider contacting the University of Iowa and the Iowa Raptor Project to ask them to stop exploiting raptors by forcing them to be involved in athletic events.”