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Hump Day Headlines

The top LGBT news headlines of the week.

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Google: Legalize Love

Google launches Legalize Love, a campaign designed to support LGBT workers in Google offices around the world – particularly in countries where LGBT behavior is criminalized and rights are nonexistent.

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We Can Learn from Massachusetts

Massachusetts Transgender Equal Rights Bill went into effect this week. What it means for transgender Americans in Massachusetts and states like PA lacking LGBT protections.

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Sims: I’m a Very Proud Gay Man

In the Life tackles homophobia in sports and talks to Pennsylvania’s first openly gay legislator this month.

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Republicans Include Gays

The Republican Committee in Washington D.C. voted to include sexual orientation among their language.

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Cheney’s Daughter Gets Gay Married

Former Vice President Dick Cheney’s daughter Mary weds longtime partner Heather Poe in Washington D.C. this weekend.

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Real Life: LGBT Refugees

A new report from Organization for Refuge, Asylum & Migration and Indiana University study what the experiences are like for LGBT refugees fleeing countries over sexual orientation and gender identity.

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Is PA Ignoring AIDS Crisis Among Seniors?

More than one million Americans are living with HIV or AIDS. But among seniors who are 50 years and older, the number is mounting. In […]

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Republican’s Gay Son Outed

When a Republican’s son was outed recently, we asked whether family really does have the power to influence politics.

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Will Best Buy Oppose Marriage Amendment?

Activists are pressuring Best Buy to oppose the anti-gay marriage amendment in Minnesota.

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The Cost of Banning Same-Sex Marriage

A new infographic shows that banning same-sex marriage actually costs a lot of money.

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Today’s Victory for Gay Marriage

Today, a U.S. appeals court ruled that a key part of DOMA (Defense of Marriage Act) is unconstitutional. It could be a major step for marriage equality in the U.S.

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Gay Rights: State By State

The Guardian in the U.K released an informative infographic recently that charts LGBT rights from state to state in the U.S. Interested in finding out […]

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HIV Home Test on the Horizon

This week, the FDA voted to approve an over-the-counter HIV test that could be used in the privacy of one’s home. The OraQuick In-Home HIV […]

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Is Obama the First Gay President?

He’s biracial. He grew up in a broken home. And he worked his way through an ivy league education. These are some of the reasons […]