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Southern Governor Fights Same-Sex Marriage "Ē And Lesbian DivorceGovernor Phil Bryant has aligned himself with the anti-gay group in opposing the state's sole challenge to its marriage ban. read more
Op-ed: Gay Voice Is Ruining LivesDoes the world despise our voices, or is it just us? read more
Op-ed: These Lesbians Will Break Your HeartWhile Ilene Chaiken's earlier series depicted the lives of lesbians in glamorous L.A., her latest project is her realest yet. read more
PHOTOS: Love Is Love Continues Capturing Happy CouplesSeeing images of loving LGBT couples continues to move the needle of acceptance forward. Mitch Kitter and Shalem Mathew are normalizing same-sex love. read more
Op-ed: Gay People Raising Kids Has Shifted From Downfall to SalvationIn less than a decade, our families have gone from a tactic to block marriage equality to one of the best arguments for legal relationship recognition. read more
Egyptian Police Ensnare Gay Men Using Grindr Reports have emerged that Egyptian authorities are exploiting Grindr's mapping power to entrap and arrest gay men. read more
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What's Trending: September 18thI loveee when listeners send me their recommendations for What's Trending! Nyree tweeted me about Mavadry , a fast-drying nail polish topcoat that not only dries your polish in seconds but enhances the color and give it an extra shine. Nyree brought up how the girls on the show are always saying we paint our nails before bed and have sheet creases all over them - won't happen anymore with Mavadry .
Anti-gay Tenn. billboard stirs religion debateAn anti-gay billboard is stirring a debate over bullying and religion in a rural community about 30 miles north of Nashville, Tennessee. The Tennessean reports that the message reads: "You shall not lie with a man as with a woman.
Coach tied to beating of gay couple leaves jobAn assistant coach at a Roman Catholic high school has resigned over his role in a beating that left two gay men injured, church officials in Philadelphia said Thursday. About a dozen young adults were linked to the Sept.
N.C. Republican dinged for defending right to fire gaysAs House Democrats made a Hail Mary attempt to force a vote on laws to protect gays in the workplace, Rep. Robert Pittenger, R-N.C., continues to stand by comments he made earlier this month that businesses should be free to fire employees based on their sexual orientation. Pittenger has been criticized for the remarks, but he said in a statement Wednesday that Americans are already well-protected.
Online sleuths aid police in gay-beating caseAttorneys representing a number of those seen in the video notified police they would bring in their clients to tell their side of the story, police spokesman Sgt.
Starkville: No insurance for same-sex partnersStarkville officials are now saying they won't let city employees buy health insurance coverage for unmarried domestic partners, including those of the same sex. After the original approval, a gay-rights group praised Starkville for becoming the first Mississippi city to offer insurance coverage for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender partners of municipal employees.
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