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WATCH: CNN's Cooper, Lemon Explore Their Roots in Special ProgramAnderson Cooper and Don Lemon both deal with some grim family history in Roots: Our Journeys Home. read more
Hot Tickets: Broadway's Out Leading MenMissed your chance to see Andrew Rannells in Hedwig and the Angry Inch? These out and proud actors are still rocking the Great White Way. read more
Op-ed: How 'The Way He Looks' Will Open Your EyesBrazil's Oscar entry represents something we need to see a lot more of on TV and film "Ē a differently abled character who transcends the stereotype of 'the gay guy.' read more
Op-ed: A Health Haven for Trans Women in Upstate New York One transgender health program in Ithaca, N.Y., ensures that rural New Yorkers don't have to travel hundreds of miles for simple care. read more
PHOTOS: The Scariest and Sexiest Costumes of Halloweenie 2013Looking for costume ideas? Feast your eyes on the creative getups from last year's benefit for the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles. read more
Jennifer Knapp: Christian, Lesbian, and Free Singer-songwriter Jennifer Knapp opens up about her transformation from a closeted Christian musician to an outspoken advocate for LGBT people of faith. read more
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Health research project targets lesbian womenWomen converged on Kiama's pavilion on Saturday for the launch of a groundbreaking research project into lesbian health and wellbeing. Angie Scerri, Director of Regional Services at ACON Shannon Wright, Illawarra Women's Health Project officer Emma Rodrigues, Vickiu Black, Penny Stephens and project officer Di Drew.
Catholic bishops drop moves to accept gaysPope Francis walks with Monsignor Georg Gaenswein to the Paul VI hall for his meeting with South Korean President Park Geun-hye, at the Vatican, October 17, 2014. Roman Catholic bishops on Saturday reversed a historic acceptance of gays, dropping parts of a controversial document that had talked more positively of homosexuals than ever before in Church history.
Gay-rights group backs use of HIV-prevention pillThe largest U.S. gay-rights organization Saturday endorsed efforts to promote the use of a once-a-day pill to prevent HIV infection and called on insurers to provide more generous coverage of the drug. Some doctors have been reluctant to prescribe the drug, Truvada, on the premise that it might encourage high-risk, unprotected sexual behavior.
Mary Lambert Goes from "Same Love" to "Secrets," Releases Debut Album "Heart On My Sleeve"Most music fans probably know Mary Lambert from the Macklemore & Ryan Lewis song "Same Love" -- she wrote and sang its memorable hook, receiving two Grammy nods for her work on that groundbreaking song and the duo's album The Heist. But now, Mary's making her own artistic statement, with her hit single "Secrets" and her debut album Heart On My Sleeve , which is in stores now.
Catholic bishops approve revised document on gays, family, but some contentious paragraphs cutCatholic bishops on Saturday approved a revised document laying out the church's position on gays, sex, marriage and divorce, saying the report was a "balanced" reflection of church teaching and pastoral needs. But participants said some of the more contentious paragraphs didn't pass a majority vote and were cut from the final version.
Rome mayor defiantly registers 16 gay marriagesRome's Mayor Ignazio Marino, center, smiles as he registers the gay marriage between Jonathon Dominic Spada, left, and Fabrizio Maffeo, in Rome Oct. 18. Marino has registered 16 gay marriages entered abroad in open defiance of Italy's Interior Ministry. Gay marriage is illegal in Italy.
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