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by Graham Gremore on November 05, 2020
28% of LGBTQ voters went for Trump because, um, we have absolutely NO idea
by Graham Gremore on November 05, 2020
The exit surveys were conduced by Edison Research for the National Election Pool and interviewed voters outside of polling places or early voting sites, as well as by phone.... Read full article
by Michel Martin & Emma Bowman on October 12, 2019
In Newly Found Audio, A Forgotten Civil Rights Leader Says Coming Out 'Was An Absolute Necessity'
by Michel Martin & Emma Bowman on October 12, 2019
Bayard Rustin was an adviser to Martin Luther King Jr. and the organizer behind the 1963 March on Washington. And though he was gay, his legacy remains little known among many in the LGBTQ community.... Read full article
by Emily Heil on October 12, 2019
A spice company spent more money on impeachment ads on Facebook than anyone not named Trump
by Emily Heil on October 12, 2019
Penzeys Spices spent more than any Democratic presidential candidate on ads calling for the ouster of President Trump.... Read full article
by Ryan Kost on January 21, 2019
SF Gay Men’s Chorus to open National LGBTQ Center for the Arts
by Ryan Kost on January 21, 2019
The chorus plans to begin programming this fall; hopes to create diverse performance, practice and meeting space... Read full article
by School of Rock San Ramon on November 19, 2018
SCHOOL OF ROCK HOMESCHOOL PROGRAM PROVIDES A VALUABLE LEARNING EXPERIENCE
by BECCA DOWN | The Advocate Magazine on November 14, 2018
Gay Student Jordan Blue on Refusing To Do Nazi Salute in Viral Pic
by BECCA DOWN | The Advocate Magazine on November 14, 2018
The gay student from Baraboo High School in Wisconsin has also been bullied by many of the male students who gave the Nazi salute in a prom photo... Read full article
by Willa Frej | HuffingtonPost on November 14, 2018
Some Of The First Migrants From Caravan To Reach U.S. Border Are LGBTQ Asylum Seekers
by Jennifer Malone and Kristin Nash on March 02, 2018
Marin Voice: Fight against AIDS and stigma still far from over
by Jennifer Malone and Kristin Nash on March 02, 2018
Thursday is UNAIDS’ Zero Discrimination Day. HIV-related stigma, perceived and real, is a major issue for people who are attempting to express themselves openly and live healthy and genuine lives.... Read full article
by David Brasher on January 29, 2018
First Active-Duty Gay Couple Married at West Point
by David Brasher on January 29, 2018
Is there anything hotter than two Army men getting married? ... Read full article
by Steven W Thrasher on January 16, 2018
If Martin Luther King Jr were alive today, politicians would denounce him - Opinion
by Steven W Thrasher on January 16, 2018
Modern day Republicans and Democrats often speak as if they love King, even as they excoriate the real heirs to his legacy.... Read full article
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