Monthly Archives: April 2013

Washington Wizards Jason Collins on Express Front Page

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N.C.’s Amendment One, One Year Later

North Carolina State University’s student newspaper, The Technician, has an editorial reflecting on North Carolina’s constitutional amendment banning gay marriage and civil unions which was passed in May of 2012. Our legislation, on the other hand, only reinforced anti-gay marriage … Continue reading

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Rochester, N.Y. Home Health Agency Educates Workers In Cultural Competency for LGBT Population

From A dinner conversation has ended up putting a new resource on the menu of health care options for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals who need home care in the Rochester region. HCR Home Care, working with the … Continue reading

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Ill. LGBT Rights Supporters Counter a ‘cynical divide and conquer strategy’ By Anti-gay Marriage Demonstration

From the Chicago Phoenix: LGBT rights advocates and anti-gay marriage demonstrators faced off on the city’s Northwest Side Saturday morning. Conservative religious demonstrators rallying against same-sex marriage outside a Logan Square church were met by dozens of LGBT rights supporters … Continue reading

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George Jones: Last-Ever Interview from ‘Country Weekly’

With the passing of country legend George Jones on Friday, April 26, 2013, Country Weekly magazine has published his last ever interview: George Jones is still a badass. Sliding into the driver’s seat of his tricked-out Audi, the 81-year-old doesn’t … Continue reading

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Could College Kicker Alan Gendreau Be the First Out NFL Player?

While a lot of blogs and news outlets are focusing their speculation about who the NFL players may be that are readying to come out, OutSports has a profile on college kicker, Alan Gendreau, who’s openly gay and who wants … Continue reading

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Music Video Review: Earl Dibbles, Jr.’s, aka Granger Smith, ‘Country Boy Love’

Earl Dibbles, Jr., the very country alter ego of country musician Granger Smith, pulls out all the stops in this over-the-top ode to that special way that country boy can love ya. I like that this video doesn’t take itself … Continue reading

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TN Plans Celebration of Marriage Discrimination for August 31

The Huffington Post is reporting that the Tennessee Legislature passed a resolution to celebrate the ban on gay marriage for August 31: The state of Tennessee is set to observe “ido4life Traditional Marriage Day” on Aug. 31, after state lawmakers … Continue reading

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Here Doesn’t Come the Bride: Educating Businesses About Same-Sex Weddings

Jamie McGonnigal, Founder of gives us some good etiquette advice for those awkward moments when wedding planners assume you are part of a heterosexual couple. From The Huffington Post: Nearly every vendor we’ve dealt with (with the exception of … Continue reading

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San Diego State University Students Take Visual Approach to ‘Day of Silence’

The Day of Silence takes place each year on April 19. During the Day of Silence students around the country remain silent for the day to draw attention to the bullying of their peers. In effect, they are speaking up for … Continue reading

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