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Coming Out is Just a Click Away

The times they are a changing. The website Queerty reports on a new option that many people have taken to come out of the closet, via Facebook: Gay Star News reports that 800,000 Americans in total came out on Facebook over … Continue reading

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Country Artist Ty Herndon’s Tour Schedule Even Busier Since Coming Out

The fear of many a gay artist,  no matter if they are a singer or an actor, is that  coming out will have some negative effect on their career, if not just kill it outright. Country artist Ty Herndon tour … Continue reading

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Harvard Swim Team Welcomes Transgender Teammate

We often hear of the struggles transgender people face in being accepted, but an article from USA TODAY gives us some positive news from Harvard’s Swim Team. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Schuyler Bailar was a star recruit for the women’s swimming … Continue reading

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Random Eye Candy: Talk Show Host, Andy Cohen

Queerty.com brings us these tweeted photos of the hunkiest talk show host on the air today, Andy Cohen. Dang! I’ve been going to the wrong beach. See the original post

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PrideSource Q & A with Reba McEntire: LGBT acceptance; Reba Illusionists and Women on the Radio

In a PrideSource website interview with one of country music’s leading ladies, Reba McEntire touches on the progress she sees in the industry’s acceptance of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender fans; who’d win in a country Queen-off; and the dearth of … Continue reading

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Music Review: Neal McCoy’s ‘Pride – A Tribute to Charlie Pride’

I didn’t even have to listen to this one to know that I was going to love it. The combination of the classic songs from Charlie Pride and Neal McCoy’s voice set up a can’t-lose scenario with this CD. Neal … Continue reading

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This is How the Balance Of Power Works

Finally, someone who understands how our governmental system of checks and balances works. From Al.com: A federal judge has ruled that Alabama’s ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional. While state leaders have decried the subversion of the will of the … Continue reading

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