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Entertainment Advocate and Out Magazine Owner Breaks 2018 Pledge, Donates to Anti-LGBTQ Republicans

05:16  30 september  2020
05:16  30 september  2020 Source:   thewrap.com

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The owners of two LGBTQ -focused magazines , Out and The Advocate , are men who have donated money to anti -gay Republican politicians, Womens Such appears to be the case with Out and The Advocate and their intellectual property, which are owned by Pride Media, which is itself owned by

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Adam Levin, the owner of the parent company behind the magazines Advocate and Out, has broken a 2018 pledge to stop donating to anti-LGBTQ Republicans with recent donations to Sens. Steve Daines and Thom Tillis, according to Federal Election Commission filings.

As first reported on by LGBTQ Nation, Levin donated $2,800 each to Daines and Tillis, as well as $5,600 to the Tillis and Daines joint fundraising committee. Both senators received a zero on the Human Rights Campaign's congressional scorecard, in part, for not supporting legislation like the Equality Act and other non-discrimination bills.

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Subscribe To The Advocate . Republicans on the House Appropriations Committee have tacked an anti -LGBT amendment onto a funding bill, and activists are calling it a “license to discriminate” against same-sex It's not out of question that Republicans would actually pass a law like the one proposed.

1. The Advocate and Out Mags Are Now Owned by a Man Who Supports Republicans (News). A recent piece in WWD describes Levin as “perceived as relatively disinterested in the community it serves” and also points out that he has donated to a number of anti -gay Republicans , which didn’t

In 2018, Levin came under fire for his donations to Republicans with anti-LGBTQ stances like Devin Nunes, Dean Heller, Josh Mandel and Dana Rohrabacher. At the time, Nathan Coyle, then the CEO of Pride Media — the parent company of Advocate and Out, which is owned by Levin's Oreva Capital — said Levin supported those politicians because they were pro-Israel but would no longer do so if they were also anti-LGBTQ.

"That will not continue. He will continue to donate to pro-Israel candidates where he sees fit. Someone who happens to be pro-Israel but who has also expressed support for anti-LGBTQ policies or legislation will no longer be receiving any political donations from Adam Levin," Coyle told Queerty in 2018. (Coyle has since resigned from Pride Media.)

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OUT Politics and Policy. Republican -backed education bill alarms LGBTQ advocates . But while proponents say the bill will fix the “ broken ” postsecondary education system and prepare students for jobs of the future, some critics say it will open the floodgates to anti -gay discrimination.

House Republicans want to protect adoption agencies' "sincerely held religious beliefs The House Appropriations Committee on Wednesday passed an amendment allowing taxpayer-funded adoption agencies to deny LGBTQ families the ability to adopt a child based on religious objection.

Levin and representatives for Pride Media did not immediately respond to TheWrap's requests for comment.


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