GLAAD Link - your daily round-up of LGBT news, August 5, 2014

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Justices’ Rulings Advance Gays; Women Less So – The New York Times

The black HIV epidemic: A public health mystery from Atlanta’s gay community – The Washington Post

America’s ‘Gayborhoods’ Are a Lot More Expensive, a Lot Less Gay – TIME

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali, Uganda's Top Anglican Leader, Doubles Down On Anti-Gay Law – Religion News Service

Gay Applicants 40% Less Likely to be Offered a Job Interview – International Business Times


Transgender Woman Robbed at Gunpoint in D.C. – NBC 4 Washington

Ruling: Denver's Wrangler bar discriminated when it turned away gay man dressed in drag – The Denver Post

Gay Couples Denied Marriage Licenses in Greenville, South Carolina: Video – Towleroad

Gay marriage group pushes Iowa GOP for 2016 – Politico

Arizona gubernatorial candidate releases anti-gay political advertisement – Pink News UK

Attorneys seek fees in Oklahoma gay marriage case – Associated Press

AZ ruling on gay marriage ban expected soon – CBS5

Transgender, gay students will not be discriminated against under Title IX exemption, Spring Arbor University officials say – M Live

Ohio Hospital Withholds Medical Records From Lesbian Widow – The Advocate

ACLU: Gay marriage ban has no 'legitimate purpose' – Associated Press

Woman Slashed in Face After Confronting Man Who Used Anti-Gay Slurs: Police – DNAinfo  


Op-ed: An Open Letter to The New Yorker – The Advocate

They're Gay, They're Christian And They're Celibate – Religion News Service

Fighting Back Against Anti-Transgender Talking Points – The Huffington Post

OPINION: Gay Marriage and the Court – The New York Times


Diversity Center training Cleveland for Gay Games – WKYC

Tom Waddell Created The Gay Games To Change The World. His Dream Is Coming True – Queerty

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