GLAAD Link - your daily round-up of LGBT news, March 19, 2014

Today's top LGBT news headlines. For more news updated throughout the day, visit www.glaad.org

NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL

Study: Meth particularly damaging to HIV-positive men, accelerates AIDS - Towleroad

Google continues to block the word "bisexual" - Elixher

Nearly 200 lawmakers seek action from Obama for LGBT workers - Washington Blade

Romania: LGBT partnerships bill unanimously rejected by parliament committee - PinkNews

John Kerry to send "homosexuality experts" to tackle Uganda anti-gay law - The Huffington Post

Church of Uganda plans "gay cures," exorcisms predicted - Gay Star News

Australia's largest "ex-gay" ministry announces it will close down - Gay Star News

Anti-gay "revolution" on the way, because people are fed up wish "homosexual agenda," Scott Lively claims - The Huffington Post

Tony Blair: With hindsight, maybe I should have gone for equal marriage and not just civil partnerships - PinkNews

HIV awareness billboard in Tokyo's Red Light District censored for indecency - BuzzFeed

LOCAL/REGIONAL

VIDEO: Hundreds surround Idaho statehouse in support of LGBT equality - Towleroad

Transgender woman banned from performing in Selena tribute - Queerty

High school teacher under investigation for equating gay/straight alliance to deer poaching - Queerty

VIDEO: Arkansas superintendent defends censorship of gay student from yearbook - Towleroad

Cincinnati Archdiocese requires teachers to sign new contract forbidding "homosexual lifestyle" - Towleroad

South Dakota Republican state senator: Businesses should be free to turn away blacks, gays - Towleroad

COMMENTARY

The times they are a-changin' for LGBT people in sports - The Huffington Post

Growing up gay and Jamaican: As if being gay wasn't enough - The Huffington Post

ENTERTAINMENT

"Blue" gets a little gayer with Julia Stiles' real life sister - AfterEllen

Sophia came out as a pansexual alien teen on last night's "Star-Crossed" - AfterEllen

LOGO TV launches "gayest cartoon tournament" - The Huffington Post

RuPaul stokes anger with use of transphobic slur - The Advocate

SPORTS

Drew Bledsoe: Gay NFL players will be a bigger deal in media than in locker room - The Huffington Post

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