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Methodist Church That Fired Gay Choir Director Is Closing First United Methodist Church of Alexandria, Ind., will shutter at year end, having lost much of its membership after its gay choir director was dismissed. read more
Laverne Cox Joins Leading Trans Women Activists on Fashion Magazine CoverThe "world's first transversal magazine" broke ground by featuring 14 leading trans activists on the cover to commemorate the publication's fifth anniversary. read more
New York Drops Medicaid's Ban on Trans Health CareThe good news keeps coming for New York's trans citizens seeking healthcare related to gender transition, even as advocates say some work still needs to be done. read more
When It Comes to Kissing Guys, Bill Hader Doesn't Hold BackThe Skeleton Twins isn't necessarily a gay film, but it's got one of the clearest gay characters of 2014. read more
Op-ed: Why 'I Can't Breathe' Does Belong on the Basketball CourtSome say sports isn't political, but one athlete argues the opposite. read more
Op-ed: When Teaching Means Going Back Into The ClosetA new initiative by Teach for America strives to give educators the resources to break down the closet door. read more
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Apple CEO Donating to Gay Rights Campaign in SouthApple chief executive Tim Cook , the first openly gay CEO of a Fortune 500 company, is donating money to help fund a gay rights initiative in his native Alabama and two other Southern states, organizers said Thursday. The amount of Cook's contribution to the Washington-based Human Rights Campaign wasn't disclosed, but the advocacy organization called it "substantial."
Washington County in Florida the Only Focus of Court Order in Same-Sex Marriage FightSummary: The law firm of Greenberg Traurig, which is representing court clerks in Florida, said that the court ruling on same-sex marriage concerns one county. Greenberg Traurig , which is representing Florida's 67 court clerks, warned that a federal judge's overturning the state's ban on gay marriage applies to just Washington County, according to The Tampa Bay Times.
Gay staff 'suffer jobs market bias'Gay and lesbian employees have lower job satisfaction and are more likely to be harassed in the workplace than heterosexual staff, researchers have claimed. Economist Nick Drydakis investigated workplace discrimination, earnings and job satisfaction around the world and found that gay men earn less than their heterosexual colleagues.
Justices to discuss Louisiana gay marriage caseThe Supreme Court has added the challenge to Louisiana's same-sex marriage ban to the agenda for the justices' closed-door conference on Jan. 9. The action Wednesday does not mean the court will decide that day to hear a gay-marriage case. But the January meeting will be the first time the justices will have had the issue before them since they opted in October against taking up same-sex marriage.
Egypt arrests 26 suspected gays for 'debauchery'A general view taken on December 17, 2014 shows pollution hovering over Egypt's Nile river and the University bridge in Cairo. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMED EL-SHAHED CAIRO: Twenty-sex men suspected of having organized or taken part in homosexual orgies at a public bath in Egypt are to go on trial for "debauchery," a judicial official said Wednesday.
How 2014 Was the Beginning of the End for the Gay-Marriage FightWith a slew of legal rulings striking down bans and popular support on an upward path, the past year set the stage for same-sex marriage legalization nationwide. A same-sex marriage supporter wears a rainbow cape behind 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals after a court hearing May 13 in Richmond, Va.
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