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Jamie Lee Curtis will officiate her trans daughter’s wedding

interview with the AARP magazine, Curtis said that she and her husband Christopher Guest “watched in wonder and pride as our son became our daughter Ruby.”Related: She attends gay weddings as a ‘stand-in mom.’ Now they’re making a movie about her.Ruby is 25 and works as a computer gaming editor, and she’s engaged.“She and her fiance will get married next year at a wedding that I will officiate,” the Fish Called Wanda and True Lies star said.This isn’t the first time Curtis has shown her support for LGBTQ people.
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After Uproar, Matt Damon Tries to Clarify Comments on Anti-Gay Slur

Facing a backlash after he was quoted saying he had recently decided to “retire” a homophobic slur, the actor Matt Damon said in a statement on Monday that “I do not use slurs of any kind.” The statement followed an interview published this week by The Sunday Times in which Mr. Damon recounted a conversation with his daughter during which he “made a joke” that moved her to write him an essay on the historical harm of what she calls “the ‘f-slur for a homosexual.’” “She went to her room and wrote a very long, beautiful treatise on how that word is dangerous,” Mr.
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Weightlifter blasts trans inclusion in the Olympics

Three months before the Tokyo Olympics, Belgian weightlifter Anna Van Bellinghen has described trans inclusion in professional sports as a “bad joke” which is “unfair” to cis women such as herself. Speaking to Inside The Games, Vanbellinghen insisted that she ‘fully supports the transgender community’, but said: “This particular situation is unfair to the sport and to the athletes.”Here, she is referring to the participation of trans weightlifter, Laurel Hubbard, in the upcoming games.
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Three More Festivals Drop DaBaby, Bringing Total to 7, After Homophobic Comments

Instagram post showing the current lineup for the Atlanta festival.iHeartRadio updated its website for the festival, removing DaBaby from the lineup. The radio company confirmed to Rolling Stone that the artist was officially dropped from the festival set to take place in September.DaBaby, whose real name is Jonathan Kirk, made comments about HIV/AIDS and the LGBTQ+ community at the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami on July 23.
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