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President Obama may deliver a positive message to Africa

As President Obama prepares to visit African countries in the upcoming months, LGBT Americans and organizations hope he can deliver a positive message of impact following the wave of anti-LGBT legislation.

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International recording artist and Glee guest star Charice comes out as a lesbian

Charice Pempengco, the international recording artist who appeared in several episodes of Glee, came out as a lesbian over the weekend in an interview with the Filipino program The Buzz. "Yes, I am a tomboy," she said, using a common Filipino colloquial term for lesbian. "I don't know what's the problem with that. Because for me there isn't a problem with that."
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Gay culture gaining momentum in Singapore

Homosexuality in this Southeast Asian city-state has been illegal here for more than a century, dating back to law under colonial British rule. In a country that still lashes convicted criminals with a cane, sexual contact between men is punishable by up to two years in jail.
Aljazeera
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June 3, 2013

NBA player Roy Hibbert fined, apologizes for slur

The NBA has fined Roy Hibbert $75,000 after the Indiana Pacers center used a gay slur in one answer and a profanity in another during his news conference Saturday following Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals.
ESPN
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June 3, 2013
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Because they blog *against* our families

Just because the LGBT blogosphere is spending the day talking about the realities of LGBT families, doesn't mean that anti-LGBT activists have stopped spreading misinformation.

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