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  1. SafeXmas Offers a Home for Gay Mormons Left Out in the ColdRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 25 | Advocate

    The holidays aren't always heavenly, especially if you're LGBT. Queer youth raised Mormon often have complicated relationships with their families, but the safeXmas charity makes sure none of them spend Christmas alone. 8 comments

  2. Gay Man Wounded, Loses 28-Year-Old Partner in Vegas MassacreRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2017 | Advocate

    Two of the victims of the Las Vegas massacre - the worst mass shooting in modern American history - were a gay couple, with one dying and the other recovering from his wounds. Cameron Robinson died after being shot in the neck by Stephen Paddock, the 64-year-old man who slaughtered 59 and injured hundreds at the Route 91 music festival this weekend.


  3. Teacher at Mormon University Loses Job Over Pro-LGBT Facebook PostRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2017 | Advocate

    An adjunct professor at Brigham Young University-Idaho has lost her job after refusing to retract an LGBT-supportive Pride Month post on her Facebook page. Ruthie Robertson taught her final class at the Mormon school in Rexburg last week, reports Salt Lake City TV station KUTV.


  4. 105 Photos of the Beauty of Utah PrideRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2017 | Advocate

    The week-long festivities that make up the Utah Pride festival in Salt lake City are a reminder of Utah's strong LGBTQ population. Besides a spectacular march, rally, and festival, there is also a Pride youth dance, a 5K run, a Pride interfaith service, and a program of Pride speakers and films.


  5. Major Cities to Retain N.C. Travel Bans After HB 2's 'Compromise' RepealRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2017 | Advocate

    Mayors of Los Angeles, Santa Fe, and Salt Lake City plan to keep their bans on taxpayer-funded travel to North Carolina in place after North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper signed a "compromise" bill that repealed House Bill 2 but kept a moratorium that prevents cities in the state from passing nondiscrimination ordinances until 2020, reports The Charlotte Observer . Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said he plans to do "everything in my power to make sure that Angelenos' tax dollars are never spent to support bigotry based on sexual orientation and gender identity."


  6. Women's Day Was Felt Around the GlobeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2017 | Advocate

    Participants listen to remarks from a speaker at the International Women's Day rally in the shadow of New York's Trump Tower. The protest was part of a nationwide event called A Day Without a Woman.


  7. Bill Repealing Utah's 'Don't Say Gay' Law Heads to GovernorRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2017 | Advocate

    The Utah legislature has given final approval to a bill removing a ban on "advocacy of homosexuality" in schools, sending it to Republican governor Gary Herbert for his signature or veto. If signed by the governor, the measure could help the state settle a lawsuit brought by Equality Utah and the National Center for Lesbian Rights on behalf of several students and their parents, reports Salt Lake City TV station KSTU.


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