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John Cameron Mitchell will star as HEDWIG‏

John Cameron Mitchell is coming to Broadway to reprise his legendary performance in the title role of “Hedwig and the ...

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Country Star Singer Ty Herndon Comes Out as Gay

Country Star Ty Herndon, who topped the country charts in the mid-’90s with What Mattered Most and Living in a ...

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First openly gay NBA player Jason Collins retires

35-year-old center Jason Collins announced his retirement from the NBA Wednesday after 13 seasons in the league. Jason Collins made ...

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Major U.S. Companies Advance Critical Policies for Transgender Employees

HRC Foundation’s 2015 Corporate Equality Index Spotlights LGBT Inclusion in the Workplace HRC Press Release WASHINGTON November 19, 2014– The nation’s ...

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Fourth Circuit Rejects Attempt to Delay Marriage in South Carolina

“The end game is clear – marriage will soon be available for same-sex couples in South Carolina.” LAMBDA LEGAL Press Release ...

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ACLU Files Lawsuit, Seeks Freedom to Marry for Nebraskans

OMAHA, Neb. November 17, 2014 – The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Nebraska and the law firm of ...

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Committee Recommendation on Change to Blood Donation Ban Continues to Stigmatize Gay & Bisexual Men

HRC Press Release – WASHINGTON 11/13/2014 – Today, the Human Rights Campaign, (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and ...

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LA Galaxy sign Robbie Rogers to multi-year contract extension

MLS and USMNT veteran has appeared in 30 matches since joining the club last season CARSON, Calif. (Thursday, Nov. 13, ...

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Federal Judge Strikes Down Discriminatory South Carolina Marriage Ban

“It is a shame it took another lawsuit to ensure that state officials respected the federal constitution, but the time ...

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Giving thanks on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is the time of the year when families and friends get together and remember what they’re thankful for…or should ...

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