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Singer Amy Grant Mum On Marriage Equality

In an interview with Chris Azzopardi of PrideSource, singer Amy Grant talks about her gay fans, the welcoming atmosphere that she wishes to create and being non-judgmental. However, the one thing that Grant is completely mum about is marriage equality. … Continue reading

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Latino GLBT History Project set to honor Letitia Gomez

From Washington, D.C.’s METROWEEKLY: The Latino GLBT History Project (LHP), a D.C.-area organization, will honor local activist Letitia Gomez at its second annual Women’s History Month celebration, ”Mujeres en el Movimiento,” Friday. The event, which is specifically focused on honoring … Continue reading

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An 8 Year Old Teaches His Class About Harvey Milk

Amelia is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post. She writes articles about her journey with her son who told her that he’s gay. In an installment at the beginning of March 2013, she writes about him teaching his second-grade … Continue reading

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Transgender People Wait Their Turn to Be Mentioned

While we are all cheering President Obama’s mention of gay rights during his second inaugural speech, Autum Sandeen provides us with an appropriate, sobering reminder that there’s still work for us to do to ensure that everyone in our community is included. …words … Continue reading

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Laying the Foundations for An LGBT Museum

It’s time to bring those LGBT artifacts out of the closet. The Washington Post is reporting that there is a movement afoot to have a museum of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender History: Organizers, led by former Smithsonian researcher Tim … Continue reading

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Making LGBT History: Obama’s Inauguration Speech

In President Obama’s second inauguration speech we got to see a moment in history being made. Obama was the first President to explicitly mention gay rights in his inaugural speech. Remember this kiddos. You are going to be seeing it … Continue reading

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Interactive Pin-Wheel Graph Shows Gay Rights by State

Originally seen on Joe. My. God. Due to its simplicity, I’m reposing here. The United Kingdom’s Gaurdian has interactive version.

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LGBT History: Philly Names Street After Gay Rights Pioneer

From The Washington Blade: PHILADELPHIA — An LGBT rights pioneer will be honored in her hometown when Philadelphia dedicates Barbara Gittings Way on Oct. 1, in the heart of the gay neighborhood at the intersection of Locust and 13th Streets. … Continue reading

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