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D.C.’s Subway System Sports Pride Flag

This was a pleasant surprise on my commute. METRO, Washington, D.C.’s subway system is sporting the gay pride flag on the informational displays above station manager kiosks. Washington, D.C.’s Pride Celebration ends on June 8 with the street festival on … Continue reading

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Britain’s Channel 4 Rebrands Logo During Olympics In Support Of Russian Gays

From the blog Joe. My. God. Channel 4 is to rebrand its on-screen logo with rainbow colours of the gay pride flag – and launch a TV ad campaign called “Gay Mountain” – joining the rising wave of protests about … Continue reading

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Google Doodle Sports Olympic Figures Against Pride Colors

from the LA Times: SAN FRANCISCO — On the eve of the 2014 Sochi Olympics opening ceremony, Google took a very public stand against Russian anti-gay law and discrimination. The Internet giant is displaying a Google doodle on its homepage … Continue reading

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Today in LGBT History: An Interview with the Rainbow Flag Creator, Gilbert Baker

While it may seem like the rainbow flag has always been a part of gay culture, it has only been in existence since 1978. Below is an interview from Radio Free Europe with the flag’s creator, Gilbert Baker. I like … Continue reading

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Lack of Bureaucratic Procedure Brings Down Calistoga, Calf. Gay Pride Flag

“It was beautiful while it lasted.” That’s how Ian Stanley, director of California’s Napa Valley’s LGBTQ Connection described the short life of the rainbow flag that flew over Calistoga, Calf. for three days this past weekend. The rainbow flag was … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: Fort Wayne GM Plant Flies Gay Pride flag

More and more corporations are coming out in support of LGBT people in very demonstrable ways. Seeing this kind of acceptance and intergration in the workplace is another reason why it gets better. Why It Gets Better is a series of postings … Continue reading

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