GLAAD Link - your daily round-up of LGBT news, March 13, 2014

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Anniversary approaches of New York's most notorious lesbian murder - Queerty

European Parliament adopts new data protection laws for LGBT people - PinkNews

Orange pledges to offer support for gay employees based in Uganda - PinkNews

Britain now has its first LGBT married couples - BuzzFeed

Chile expected to legalize marriage equality - Gay Star News

Seven Menswear brands showcase collections for women and trans* customers - The Huffington Post

Zimbabwe: LGBT equality advocates arrested in police raid at hotel - PinkNews

Seventh-day Adventist anti-gay summit held in Africa this month - The Huffington Post

First ever "Lesbians Who Tech" summit proves that nerdy ladies get stuff done - Autostraddle

Gay men who battle eating disorders: The community's hidden epidemic - The Huffington Post

Kenyan lesbian granted Asylum in US - The Advocate

UNAIDS is "prepared" to join lawsuit against Uganda's anti-LGBT act, top official says - BuzzFeed

Congratulations! England and Wales begin to recognize overseas marriages for LGBT couples - PinkNews

New study explores partner violence among GBT men - Washington Blade

Lithuanian Parliament to vote Thursday on law intended to ban pride parades - BuzzFeed


Judith Levy confirmed a US district judge, is first out gay person on federal court in Michigan - Towleroad

Trans PSA to appear on cable TV - Washington Blade

South Carolina house approves budget cuts to colleges with LGBT curricula - The Advocate

Adults taunt three-year-old boy for dressing like a girl at a child's birthday party - Queerty

Oregon GOP backs marriage referendum - Washington Blade

LGBT equality attorney Mark Levine seeks US House seat from Virginia  - Washington Blade

Delaware organizers mobilize for youth - Washington Blade

Mayor Walsh & Rep. Steven Lynch invited to walk Boston's St. Patrick's Peace Parade - The Rainbow Times

VIDEO: 21-year-old gay, conservative Republican runs for Idaho State legislature - Towleroad


Racism is so gay - The Huffington Post

WATCH: Homeless, transgender, and finding her way - Elixher

Poet Jade Foster's Revival Tour takes you to church - Autostraddle

Here is a the note all LGBT children should receive from their parents - The Huffington Post

WATCH: 20 strangers kiss for the first time - The Advocate

Gay male identity around the globe captured and shared with photo series - Queerty


First look: Netflix's Orange is the New Black Season 2 - OUT

WATCH: Chelsea Handler skewers Piers Morgan as a "terrible interviewer" - The Advocate

Steve Grand album now one of top 10 most funded music projects in Kickstarter's history - Gay Star News

CBS sitcom with openly gay star gets mega-renewal of three more seasons - Gay Star News

"Tranny Awards" changes its name, not its nature - The Advocate

Naya Rivera might not return for season 6 of Glee - After Ellen


Major League Soccer steps up efforts to protect gay players - The Huffington Post

Brazilian footballer: It's not okay for gay men to live together--but I'm not homophobic - PinkNews

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