Some news stories you might have missed:
• The Advocate: A federal judge in Texas ruled that at least 12 books removed from public libraries by Llano County officials, many because of their LGBTQ content, must be placed back onto shelves within 24 hours.
• Instinct Magazine: Out actor Hugh Sheridan recently revealed they were drugged with a date rape medication by a couple, and was left incapacitated for eight hours at a strange apartment.
Out Actor Hugh Sheridan Reveals Details on Terrifying Date-Rape Drug Incident https://t.co/EguDyApsFn #Entertainment #daterape #hughsheridan #LGBTQ #NonBinary pic.twitter.com/mQjQcvAUFs
— Instinct Magazine (@instinctmag) April 2, 2023
• Back2Stonewall: Twenty-two Attorneys Generals from across the country are calling for an end to the FDA’s blood donation policy they say stigmatizes the gay community.
• LGBTQ Nation: West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice (R) has signed a bill banning gender-affirming care for transgender youth. The state’s law differs from similar bans in other states by allowing youth to receive some gender-affirming care if doctors worry they may self-harm or attempt suicide without it.
Unlike similar bans, this one allows some youth to receive gender-affirming care. #LGBTQ https://t.co/DcPHe1irpX
— LGBTQ Nation (@lgbtqnation) April 2, 2023
• Washington Post: Justice Department and FBI investigators have amassed fresh evidence pointing to possible obstruction by Donald Trump in the investigation into top-secret documents found at his Mar-a-Lago home.
• The Hill: Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie mocked Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis who suggested his state would not cooperate in any potential extradition of Donald Trump over an indictment filed in Manhattan: “Who the hell asked you?”
Chris Christie knocks DeSantis over potential Trump extradition: "Who the hell asked you?" https://t.co/qYe6Bu2A2r pic.twitter.com/oMCu1WfOum
— The Hill (@thehill) April 2, 2023