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A leader of Boy Scout Troop 6 in Brookline, Matthew Christensen, reached out to Greater Boston PFLAG (Parents, Families, & Friends of Lesbians and Gays) to speak to the members of his troop.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg is bucking the trend on hate crimes in North Carolina. New numbers from the FBI show while incidents are up statewide, they are down here in the Queen City.
Gov. Mitch Daniels said Wednesday he has been hearing from companies that fear that a measure that would put Indiana’s ban on same-sex marriage into the state constitution might also prevent firms from offering benefits to gay couples.
Gay students at Patrick Henry College in Purcellville don’t exist. They can’t exist. So says Dr. Michael Farris, the college’s founder and chancellor. It’s simple, really. Homosexuals can’t exist at Patrick Henry College because the students sign an honor code, Farris claimed.
A local gay man facing deportation and what he calls certain death has seen his holiday wish come true. "I was so, so, so, so happy," said Joseph Bokombe. "I'm grateful. It's amazing." For Bokombe, there is joy after plenty of fear.
Last week, moments before the first same-sex marriage license was signed, King County Executive Dow Constantine told the story of two gay rights pioneers who had their license application denied in the same building 41 years earlier.
The all-male Morehouse College will soon offer its first LGBT-themed course, reports its campus newspaper The Maroon Tiger.
Some students at Point Loma Nazarene University are calling for change after a failed attempt to form a gay-themed s