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  • Michigan Legislature
    Is MiRFRA religious protection or a legislative assault on LGBT rights?
    Last Thursday, the Michigan House of Representatives passed House Bill 5958, the Michigan Religious Freedom Restoration Act (MiRFRA). On the surface, passage of this bill echoes a long list of similar legislation passed by 22 other states in the...
  • Julianna Parr
    Sparkleblob's LGBT Family Friendly Christmas Puppet Show is Coming
    Don’t miss your chance to take part in an annual holiday tradition that has entertained hundreds of Angelenos and their families for seven years. This year's show introduces audiences to exciting new and returning handmade puppet...
  • Transvengers
    Gendered Intelligence webcomic 'The Transvengers' debuts at Wellcome Collection
    A new comic created by young trans people participating in arts programs and creative workshops with UK-based Gendered Intelligence debuted this month at The Wellcome Collection in London and online at WellcomeCollection.org as part of the museum&...
  • Queerly Beloved: What happens when your wife becomes your husband-Part 1
    Queerly Beloved: What happens when your wife becomes your husband-Part One
    Diane Anderson Minshall had a wife. Now she has a husband. But she's been married to the same person the whole time. Queerly Beloved, a memoir she and her husband Jacob wrote together, is the story of how they went through Jacob's gender...
  • Duggar family in ’19 Kids and Counting’
    Duggar family in ’19 Kids and Counting’: Actions speak louder than words
    It is true that words usually speak louder than some actions people take but in the case of the Duggar family the opposite may be true. Recently the family posted a kissing challenge on their Facebook page for all loving married couples share a...
  • Wedding Photo
    Springfield Public Schools extend benefits to same-sex partners
    As of November, same-sexmarriages can take place in Missouri. That does little for the tension between religious and civil rights groups, but it has set the stage for change.Unlike St. Louis and Kansas City, Springfield has dragged its feet...
  • Rand Hoch
    Palm Beach County signs on to oppose Florida's ban on same-sex marriage
    Yesterday, November 19, 2014, Palm Beach County Commissioners joined the statewide marriage equality debate by voting 6-1 to sign on to a court brief opposing Florida's constitutional ban on same-sex-marriage. The action was taken at the...
  • Bilicious takes Boston
    Bilicious takes Boston
    Susannah Layton is the creator of Bilicious, a bisexual theatrical event held annually in Boston that has been described as "phenomenal!", "truly awesome", "best bi event I've ever attended" and "I was...
  • Tips for surviving Thanksgiving
    Tips for surviving Thanksgiving
    "Please pass the turkey, and by the way, I'm bisexual!" may not be the best way to start off your Thanksgiving dinner, unless you want everyone to choke on their stuffing. Here's some tips for surviving the holidays, with or...
  • Virginia launches LGBT Tourism Task Force
    Virginia is for lovers, straight and gay
    It is a case of “better late than never” as Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the formation of an LGBT Tourism Task Force. He shared the news while speaking at a statewide tourism summit."You can no longer say that...
  • Duggar family: Facebook controversy over same-sex marriage photos
    Duggar family: Facebook controversy over same-sex marriage photos
    The Duggar family recently shared a photo of Jessa and Ben as well as Michelle and Jim Bob kissing on Facebook. Fans of the show, “19 Kids and Counting” have also posted on their official Facebook page photos of other couples kissing....
  • The Duggar Family meets with GOP candidate: Have the good times changed?
    Duggar family has a lesbian family member? Same-sex kissing photos axed
    The Duggar family is once again causing controversy surrounding their beliefs and how they feel about other individuals who have different lifestyles. After questions were raised about the “19 Kids and Counting” stars removing Facebook...
  • Qatar prepares for the World Cup
    World Cup 2022 in Qatar raises questions about treatment of gays
    Qatar’s Sports Minister Salah bin Ghalem bin Nasser al-Ali has said that gays will be allowed at the World Cup in 2022, but will be subject to the same regulations as alcohol, according to the AP on Wednesday. He said that “creative...
  • Cape Town
    How the City of Cape Town Got Ready For the World
    When you consider the opportunity to fraternize with the beloved penguins of Simon’s Town, stopping to smell the flowers that adorn Adderley Street or zipping along the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway all in one day, it’s no surprise...
  • Gordon Klingenschmitt
    Bigoted exorcist elected with 70 percent of the vote
    With all the attention being paid to the national and state level elections, sometimes the smaller races get overlooked. Sometimes those races include the most ridiculous cast of characters you can imagine. But perhaps the most ridiculous one of...