5 LGBT things you need to know today, Dec. 6

1. The Washington Post goes point-by-point on how North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory’s support of the anti-LGBT HB2 ultimately led to his losing reelection. McCrory conceded to Attorney General Roy Cooper on Monday.

2. Trans musician Cash Askew was among the 36 killed in the Oakland warehouse fire.

3. Trans activist Janet Mock talks with ET about her new HBO documentary “The Trans List.”

4. Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS is out with their annual “Carols for a Cure” holiday album featuring casts of Broadway and Off-Broadway shows (including “Hamilton,” “Chicago,” “Kinky Boots” and more) singing holiday hits. Now available through the Broadway Cares website or on iTunes.

5. VIDEO OF THE DAY: The good folks at VICE have a new health/wellness site called Tonic and they’ve just released “No Access: Young, Black & Positive,” a new documentary set in Jackson, Mississippi that explores why HIV disproportionately affects black gay and bi men in the South.