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Russian journalist Anton Krasovsky gets fired after coming out as gay on the air

Russian journalist Anton Krasovsky announced that he is gay on live television and was fired from his job. Krasovsky, 37, ...

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Department of Defense Announces Same-Sex Spouse Benefits

American Forces Press Service – Today, the Department of Defense announced its plan to extend benefits to same-sex spouses of ...

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Russian Lawmaker: Foreign Visitors Not Exempt from Anti-LGBT Law

Athletes, coaches, fans and journalists will still be subject to law criminalizing support for LGBT equality HRC Press Release – ...

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4 Dutch Tourists Suspected of Gay Propaganda Crime in Russia

Four Dutch who were engaged in making a documentary about homosexuality in Russia, have been arrested on suspicion of gay ...

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Lesbian Couple in San Jose, CA Receives The Third Marriage-Based Green Card After Supreme Court Strikes Down DOMA

USCIS Issues Green Card to U.K. Spouse of Award-Winning Activist and U.S. Citizen The DOMA Project Press Release – On ...

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ACLU and Seven Same-Sex Couples Continue Case to Secure Domestic Partnership Protections in Montana

Amended complaint challenges discriminatory statutes governing police benefits, worker?s compensation, end-of-life decisions and more ACLU Press Release – HELENA, MT ...

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Gay Couple in LA Receives a Marriage-Based Green Card Just Two Weeks After Supreme Court Strikes Down DOMA

John Catuara and Shaun Stent during their green card interview on April 23, 2013 USCIS Issues Green Card to British ...

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South Carolina Becomes Final State to End Segregation of Prisoners With HIV

Announcement Marks Culmination of Quarter-Century ACLU Campaign to End Discriminatory and Arbitrary Practice ACLU Press Release – CHARLESTON, S.C. ?July ...

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Senate HELP Committee Makes History with ENDA Approval

Legislation barring anti-LGBT workplace discrimination heads to Senate floor HRC Press Release – WASHINGTON ? Today members of the Senate ...

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Same-Sex Couple Raising Three Children in Colorado Becomes the First in the U.S. to Receive a Marriage-Based Green Card After Immigration Interview in January

USCIS Issues a Green Card to the Irish Spouse of?a Lesbian U.S. Citizen The Doma Project Press Release – On ...

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