5 LGBT things you need to know today, May 3

1. A major win for same-sex couples in Hong Kong this week. Justice Anderson Chow Ka-ming ruled that the husband of a gay civil servant who married overseas where same-sex marriage is legal should be entitled to the same benefits as his heterosexual colleagues’ spouses.

2. Buzzfeed takes a look at what it’s like to be part of Toronto’s gay mosque.

3. The 2017 Tony nominees have been announced! See what names you recognize on the full list.

4. The Advocate turns 50 — and to celebrate, the magazine featured a cover shoot of three trans influencers: Gigi Gorgeous, Kat Blaque and Connor Franta.

5. VIDEO OF THE DAY: Latinx musician and dancer José Rivera Jr. reclaimed Queen’s “Somebody to Love” as a queer resistance anthem. In the humorous video, he and a group of LGBT individuals break out of the gay conversion therapy program their families sent them to.