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Exxon Mobil votes, once again, against progress

Exxon Mobil has once again voted to remain apart from the rest of corporate America when it comes to LGBT equality.

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One Million Moms meet Millions of Moms for Love

A new organization named "Millions of Moms for Love" is countering the anti-gay message of "One Million Moms" by asking people to thank Disney for supporting the upcoming event 'Gay Day.'

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College basketball player raised Mormon comes out as gay

The Benedictine College Ravens forward, Jallen Messersmith became the first active college basketball player to come out as gay following the rise of out athletes from pro and collegiate sports. His Mormon Church family provided support, but the religious leaders anti-LGBT attitudes caused him to leave his childhood church. Messersmith is now comfortable with his sexuality after a dark past of bullying. After being home-schooled, he entered high school and began to use his experience of being bullied to fuel something positive – basketball.

Queerty
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May 29, 2013

In wake of anti-gay violence, catholic cardinal launches new attack on same-sex families

Catholic Cardinal Timothy Dolan, President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, and Archbishop of New York continues to preach anti-LGBT sermons despite the spike in anti-LGBT violence within his own diocese. New York has witnessed twice as many anti-LGBT hate crimes this year than in 2012. Cardinal Dolan calls the attention of Catholic priests nationwide to speak out against marriage equality, which he describes as the "Roe v. Wade of marriage."

Edge on the Net
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May 29, 2013

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