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Two Laws Are Welcomed After Midnight in Seattle

At 12:01 Thursday morning, the King County administration building here opened its doors to hundreds of couples waiting to apply for marriage licenses, the first day that same-sex couples were able to apply after Washington voters last month approved a ballot measure making it all perfectly legal.

The New York Times
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December 7, 2012
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Uganda: Anti-Gay Campaign Fuelling HIV/Aids

As the world marked World Aids Day last week, activists seized the opportunity to take a swipe at Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Bill, saying it would worsen the HIV/AIDS scourge.

The Observer
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December 7, 2012
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Sen. Jim DeMint to Head Heritage Foundation

South Carolina U.S. Senator Jim DeMint will replace Ed Feulner as president of the Heritage Foundation. Mr. DeMint will leave his post as South Carolina's junior senator in early January to take control of the Washington think tank, which has an annual budget of about $80 million.

Wall Street Journal
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December 6, 2012
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Debating 'Gender Identity Disorder' and Justice for Trans People

Chase Strangio: "The removal of GID or its changing construction might help to further distance some (most likely white, wealthy, male-identified) trans people from external control over their access to affirming care, while simultaneously subjecting other trans people (low-income, incarcerated, people of color, female-identified) to enhanced control."

Gay Voices (The Huffington Post)
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December 6, 2012
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