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The Vote NO on Prop 8 campaign just launched a TV ad to defeat the ballot initiative which would eliminate marriage
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President Obama submitted another list of judicial nominees today, including Nitza I. Quiñones Alejandro, who is poised to become the first openly gay Latina jurist on the federal level.
Reserve Browns linebacker Tank Carder apologized on Monday for using an anti-gay slur on his Twitter account a week ago.
Actress Laverne Cox writes about CeCe McDonald and the Transgender Day of Remembrance: "Transgender Day of Remembrance is the day when we memorialize those we've lost to anti-trans violence, but CeCe's story reminds me that many amongst us are survivors of anti-trans violence. We must remember our survivors, too."
New Hampshire House Majority Leader Pete Silva is calling on newly elected State Rep. Stacie Laughton, who is transgender, to resign from her post after her past conviction for credit card fraud was brought to wider attention.
The Associated Press news service's widely used style guide has added language advising against use of the term 'homophobia,' saying it amounts to a diagnosis of mental disability.
The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission in Kentucky has sided with the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization in its discrimination complaint against T-shirt printer Hands On Originals, setting up a potential public hearing between the groups.
While Washington state's marriage equality law has prompted many questions, no single agency is equipped to resolve them all, leaving attorneys and legal groups scrambling to provide answers.
On Friday, the Supreme Court is expected to decide whether it will be hearing cases about the so-called "Defense of Marriage" Act (DOMA) and California's anti-gay Proposition 8. Although there are numerous possible outcomes of the justices’ Friday conference, four results look most likely.