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The publisher of Out magazine, the nation's most widely read magazine aimed at gay men and lesbians, has been acquired by the publisher of The Advocate, its major rival, according to the two companies. Out, which was badly in need of capital and suffering from a recent decline in readership, had been for sale after a failed management buyout, according to Robert Hardman, the chairman and majority shareholder of Out Publishing, which created the publication in Hardman, adding that he would join the board of Liberation Publications, the Los Angeles company that owns The Advocate, and would continue to play a role with the publication. Although the magazine was ''very close'' to making money, Mr. Hardman said, it needed a significant investment to help build circulation and develop an online presence.
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The Advocate brand also includes a website. Both magazine and website have an editorial focus on news, politics, opinion, and arts and entertainment of interest to lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgender LGBT people. The magazine, established in ,  is the oldest and largest LGBT publication in the United States and the only surviving one of its kind that was founded before the Stonewall riots in Manhattan , an uprising that was a major milestone in the LGBT rights movement. The newsletter was inspired by a police raid on a Los Angeles gay bar, the Black Cat Tavern , on January 1, , and the demonstrations against police brutality in the months following that raid. By , Mitch and Rau were printing 40, copies for each issue.
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The organization works to end discrimination based on sexual orientation , HIV status, and gender identity and expression. The organization primarily achieves this goal through litigation, advocacy, and education work in all areas of LGBT lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender rights and the rights of people living with HIV. It was founded by John Ward in ,  in response to a sting operation conducted by Boston police that resulted in the arrest of more than a hundred men in the men's rooms of the main building of the Boston Public Library.
A US bakery is facing legal action after three gay and trans staff were fired in a month following alleged harassment and discrimination. Two gay former employees of the bakery are suing after one, a manager, hired a trans woman and promoted a lesbian. Gilbert Johnson and Katherine Phillips have claimed they were wrongfully dismissed just a day apart after enduring harassment in the workplace based on their sexual orientation. Johnson said that his supervisor subjected him to sexualised comments at work, also removing his ability to hire staff when it became known he had employed a trans woman.
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