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“License to discriminate” laws, which would allow a company to refuse service to GLBT customers on religious grounds, are being debated in many state capitals, and a few states, notably Arizona,…More

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This sign appeared outside the Atlah World Missionary Church in Harlem, and it provoked as much confusion as it did anger: “Obama has released the homo demons on the black…More

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We can’t resist a nod to the men of the doubles luge, who take such a ribbing for the physical positioning their sport requires, what with one man lying on…More

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It takes a lot for the Family Research Council to get our attention these days, and they must know this, because their president, Tony Perkins, keeps escalating the level of…More

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THE 2014 OSCARS have now been thoroughly dissected, and again this year they represent a cataclysmic shift in society, or so the critics and bloggers high and low have declared.…More

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     HOW DID AIDS change the struggle for GLBT rights? The question has been debated from different angles ever since it became clear that the epidemic would irrevocably alter…More

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ANOTHER FIRST! The “India Conference at Harvard” is an annual, weekend-long, high-visibility event held at the Kennedy School of Government (on February 15th and 16th). This year, for the first time, the conference featured a panel expressly devoted to gay issues, titled “LGBT Rights in India: The Way Forward.”

The need for such a panel now can be traced to a recent ruling by the Indian Supreme Court …

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And now, coming to you from Mobile, it’s the Prancing Elites! Down main street they sashayed, part of the Christmas parade in Semmes, Alabama, a town of 2,000 that wasn’t…More

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