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Wisconsin elementary school students asked LEGO to “represent and celebrate more cultures.” Today, ending gender and cultural stereotyping is On Our Radar.
Governor Terry McAuliffe became the first Virginia governor to recognize June as LGBT Pride Month when he issued an official proclamation this week.
Thirty-five years after being discharged for being a lesbian, Lisa Weiszmiller has had her discharge status changed from “other than honorable” to “honorable”.
The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. voted today to allow clergy to marry same-sex couples in any state it is legal to do so.
Mary Cheney has teamed up with some very Republican Republicans to launch Vox Pop Polling, including the woman who ran her sister Liz’ senate campaign PAC.
A North Dakota Tea Party congressman says there’s no need for a workplace non-discrimination law, because he’s never heard about any discrimination.
One of the first communities in Russia to pass a “don’t say gay” law has repealed it ahead of a European Court of Human Rights decision.
The 6th Circuit Appeals Court has scheduled arguments in marriage cases from Michigan, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Ohio, August 6 in front of a three-judge panel.
In an historic first, a twelve-year-old Canadian transgender boy was awarded a birth certificate reflecting his gender.
Steve Martin has dismissed rumors that there is a Father Of The Bride III in the works, which would revolve around the wedding of his character’s gay son.
A judge has restrained the North Carolina state legislature from enforcing their new rules which were meant to impede the weekly Moral Monday protests.
“You are my daughter — you deserve the same love and acceptance and to share in the same freedoms to marry the person you love.” – Texas State Senator Chuy Hinojosa
“You will see Chirlane at this parade, and me at this parade, but you will not see us at a parade that excludes members of the LGBT community. – New York Mayor de Blasio
They thought they’d see if anyone would let them adopt one child. Now they have fourteen. On this Father’s Day, Roger and Steven Ham are On Our Radar.
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