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Dozens march in Ukraine's first-ever gay rally
Participants of the Saturday's rally in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, held banners against discrimination and derogatory stereotypes of gays.
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Report: Milk Stamp Set for 2014
The United States Postal Service will reportedly release a stamp featuring the late gay San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk in 2014.
Fri May 24, 2013
Researchers: Marriage Bans Cause Psychological Harm
Researchers at the National Institutes of Health are awaiting the Supreme Court decisions on gay marriage cases this June for scientific reasons - they want to study the psychological impact of the outcome.
'Virginia Adopts' Draws GLBT Ire
LGBT groups are crying foul after Gov. Bob McDonnell launched a campaign Friday aimed at finding homes for a thousand of the nearly 4,000 children in Virginia's foster care system.
Gays with Guns: A Growing Subculture?
Gays and guns seem as likely to go together as Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey. As a culture, even under attack, we are a peaceful lot -- you catch more bees with honey, right? "Wrong," says Gwendolyn Patton of Pink Pistols, a group that advocates gun ownership for the LGBT community.
Puerto Rico approves anti-discrimination bill in push for more gay rights
Legislators in Puerto Rico on Friday approved a heavily debated bill that outlaws employment discrimination based on gender or sexual orientation.
LGBT Groups Have Mixed Feelings on Boy Scouts' Ruling
On Thursday evening officials from the Boy Scouts of America voted to end their longtime policy that prohibits openly gay members from joining the organization.
Gay And Proud
Bittersweet victory for gay adults kicked out of Scouting
After years of dedication to an organization that ultimately didn't want them, former gay adult leaders with the Boy Scouts of America were elated to see the group finally accept openly gay youth.
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Florida gay teen rejects plea deal
Eighteen-year-old Kaitlyn Hunt, charged with a crime for having sex with a 14-year-old girl, rejected a deal Friday that would have required her to plead guilty to child abuse, according to Hunt's attorney.
'God Made Dad & Mom' -- But Not Dad & Dad?
A new children's book purports to "educate" the "next generation" about "God's plan" for families -- a plan that, according to author Amber Dee Parker, calls for heterosexual-only family units, reports The Advocate.com in a May 24 article.
Obama Warns Navy Grads: Sexual Assault Risks Trust In Military
Speaking to graduating Navy cadets, President Obama warned that the sexual assault scandal risks the trust that Americans place in the military
Nevada Inches Closer to Marriage Equality
Nevada may be on the verge of legalizing gay marriage as the state's assembly recently approved a measure that would allow same-sex couples to tie the knot, the Las Vegas Sun reports.
FRC: 'DADT' Repeal Caused Rise in Military Sexual Assault
In his daily email on Tuesday, president of the ultra-conservative and anti-gay organization Family Research Council, Tony Perkins, expressed concern over the Pentagon's recent report on the increasing rate of sexual assault in the military.
Anti-Gay Groups Furious After Boy Scout Vote
As expected, the anti-gay groups have begun voicing their anger over the Boy Scout's voting to allow gay members even warning about a mass exodus.
11-Year-Old: Gaming Helps In Fight Against Bullying
The gaming world may be slow to fight against sexism and homophobia, but it is helping those who are bullied find an outlet through which to escape the pain
Lib Dem MP Voted As His District Wanted- Against Equal Marriage
Members of the British Parliament were able to vote as they wanted on equal marriage legislation, which has left some MP's to justify their votes.
The Resurrection of "Xena: Warrior Princess"?
A couple of tweets have given Xena fans hope for the future of the series. But what form will the show take, and will the subtext no longer be subtext?
'Most people in the borough oppose gay marriage' says Burnley MP
Burnley MP Gordon Birtwistle said he staged a number of meetings in his con- stituency ahead of Tuesday night's vote on the Marriage Bill.
Boy Scouts approve plan to accept openly gay boys
After lengthy and wrenching debate, local leaders of the Boy Scouts of America have voted to open their ranks to openly gay boys for the first time, but heated reactions from the left and right made clear that the BSA's controversies are far from over.
Thu May 23, 2013
Gwent MPs split in gay marriage vote
GWENT'S six MPs stuck to their guns in the House of Commons on Tuesday, with most voting for gay marriage and two against.