Monthly Archives: June 2015

San Francisco to Open LGBT Homeless Center for Adults

When most people think of lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender homeless (LGBT), they think of youth. Young folks who may have been kicked out and disowned by their families. But homelessness is not just a problem for LGBT youth, LGBT … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day: What Marriage Equality Means for Future Generations

Words from a 2006 article written by blogger Andrew Sullivan reach out from the past to tell us what the Supreme Court ruling in favor of marriage equality really means for future gays and lesbians: A gay child born today … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: We Are Everywhere, including Subway Ads

These ads for Marriott Hotels featuring same-sex couples are appearing in various stations on the Washington, D.C. subway system (METRO). The text reads: Meet Carmine and Tosh. Anywhere and everywhere they journey together, they take their love for each other … Continue reading

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No Shoes Nation Web Series from Kenney Chensey

To give fans who are there and those who are not a glimpse of the concert life, Kenney Chesney has started a web video series called ‘No Shoes TV.’ Kenny states in an article from Country Weekly magazine that “…I … Continue reading

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Photoessay of LGBT Folks Around the World

Photographer Robin Hammond brings photos and stories from lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersexed (LGBTQI) persons from around the world. His photography is an effort to highlight the injustices and abuse that many face in countries that are openly hostile … Continue reading

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Today in LGBT History: Marriage Equality Pioneers circa 1975

In 1975 Anthony Sullivan and Richard Adams were two Los Angeles men who¬†flew to Colorado to obtain a marriage license from Boulder County Clerk¬†Clela Rorex. Rorex determined that there was “no legal justification to deny marriage to same-sex couples” (source) … Continue reading

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