Our LGBTQ roundtable is back! This week, we discuss how a GLAAD study proclaims gay acceptance is on a downward slide, how to make Boston’s LGBTQ events more inclusive, how Adam Rippon and Gus Kenworthy are using their Olympic platforms to take on the Trump administration, and more.
- Sue O’Connell, host of NECN’s “The Take with Sue O’Connell” and the co-publisher of Bay Windows. Follow Sue on Twitter.
- Dwayne Steward, director of community affairs for The Fenway Institute. Follow Dwayne on Twitter.
- David Zimmerman, publisher of Boston Spirit magazine. Follow Boston Spirit on Twitter.
Stories we discussed on this week's roundtable
- The Rainbow Times: GLAAD report says queer acceptance is on the decline
- Bay Windows: Trump’s year of attacking LGBT people
- The Boston Globe: ‘Gays for Trump’: The president’s small, vocal — and unlikely — fan club
- The Advocate: Adam Rippon to Skip White House Visit, Plans LGBT Fundraiser Instead
- Bay Windows: Fenway Health still needs new leadership
BONUS: Our roundtable discusses an opinion piece published in The Boston Globe that argues Academy Award-nominated film "Call Me By Your Name" promotes predatory behavior.