LGBTQ News: How Does Roe v. Wade Reversal Affect Gay Rights?

Supreme Court Roe v. Immediately after Wade’s verdict was overturned, LGBTQ rights advocates sounded the alarm, saying the Conservative court “will not stop Roen.” At least one judge — Clarence Thomas — has confirmed their fears, and with his statement the main court should “re-examine” Obergefell v. The decision against Hodges legalized same-sex marriage nationwide.

Meanwhile, the vandals were smearing homophobic graffiti on the outskirts of The Pryde, a housing complex for LGBTQ seniors being built in Boston. And the latest rom-com in Hollywood is among a group of gay men on vacation. “Fire Island” offers a new perspective on a summer romance that celebrates curiosity.

These stories and more on our LGBTQ News Table.

Grace Sterling Stowell, Executive Director of the Boston Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Youth Association or BAGLY

Janson Wu, GLBTQ Legal Advocates and Defenders or GLAD Executive Director

Sue O’Connell, commentator and New England Cable News, on NBC 10 Boston and NBC LX; With Bay Windows and The South End News