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North Carolina’s Vote to Ban Gay Marriage

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Voters in North Carolina Tuesday approved a state constitutional amendment forbidding gay marriages, civil unions and domestic partnerships. The Associated ...

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Colorado House panel approves civil unions bill

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A legislative committee approved a bill that allows same-sex couples to enter into civil unions in Colorado. The bill faces ...

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Russian activist Nikolai Alexeyev convicted under ‘anti gay’ law

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A court in St Petersburg has fined Russia’s best-known gay rights campaigner Nikolai Alexeyev for spreading “homosexual propaganda” among minors. ...

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17 Gay Rights Activists Arrested By Russian Police At May Day Rally

Seventeen gay rights activists were arrested while trying to unfurl rainbow flags at rally in St Petersburg. Reuters reports: Russian ...

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SLDN Client To Be Reinstated To Active Duty in Air Force

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SLDN Press Release – (WASHINGTON, D.C.) Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN) and the law firm, Morrison & Foerstertoday announced that ...

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15 men arrested in Gambia on ‘suspicion of homosexuality’


The police in Gambia arrested 15 men “suspected of homosexuality” at a bar in a suburb of the capital Banjul. ...

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Gay Rights Activists Arrested Under New St. Petersburg Law

Russian man arrested under gay propaganda law

Two gay rights demonstrators were detained by police in St. Petersburg on Thursday for rallying against the new law banning ...

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Ohio School Changes Position In Lambda Legal Case Defending Student’s Right to Wear T-Shirt

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Lambda Legal Press Release – (Cincinnati, OH, April 4, 2012) – Today, in a status conference with Judge Barrett of ...

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In Historic First, Appellate Court Will Decide Constitutionality of DOMA

DOMA Arguments at the U.S. 1st Circuit Court of Appeals

GLAD Press Release – Boston, MA—On Wednesday, April 4, seven married same-sex couples and three widowers went to the U.S. ...

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Chile’s Congress approves anti-discrimination law

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Chile’s Congress has approved most of an anti-discrimination law that would make it a crime to discriminate on the basis ...

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