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Which US City Is About To Become The Largest Without An Abortion Clinic?

by Casey Michel ● 11:38 AM March 21, 2014
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With new, highly restrictive abortion limits passed in Texas’s House Bill 2, both of this city’s abortion clinics will likely be forced to close before the year is out.

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New Public Religion Research Survey Finds Gays Are Winning Big

by Jean Ann Esselink ● 12:32 PM February 27, 2014
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The results of the survey released yesterday were very bad news for organized religion and Republicans and very good news for marriage equality.

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Coca-Cola Releases Ad With Gay Dads Days Before The Olympics

by Jean Ann Esselink ● 10:26 AM February 3, 2014
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Video: Coca-Cola released a terrific new ad during yesterday’s Super Bowl. with an interesting cast of Americans – including a gay couple. Have a look.

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The Difference Between Men And Women, According To Google

by Jean Ann Esselink ● 1:23 PM November 2, 2013
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Feminists….should be shot. Women….want to be dominated. Men want…respect. Watch this amazing video – what Google has learned about people.

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9/11: The Day It Rained America

by Jean Ann Esselink ● 9:00 AM September 11, 2013
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Remembering 9/11 – a memory in verse.

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Gay Games Closing Ceremonies Will Be Held At The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

by Jean Ann Esselink ● 1:35 PM August 12, 2013
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The organizing committee for the 2014 Gay Games has announced Closing Ceremonies will be held at Cleveland’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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On Our Radar – Tuesday Cain – A Pro-Choice 14-Year-Old Takes On The Right Wing

by Jean Ann Esselink ● 8:40 AM July 28, 2013
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When did it become acceptable to attack children? Tuesday Cain is the latest in a growing list of kids targeted by the right wing. Today, her grace under pressure is On Our Radar.

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Glamorizing Monsters

by Clinton Fein ● 11:07 AM July 19, 2013
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Will some kid look at the Rolling Stone cover with Dzhokhar Tsarnaev staring dreamily on it and think that if he does something even more violent than bomb Boston, he too will be famous?

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Watch: Exclusive Clip From Anti-DOMA Film About LGBT Bi-National Couples, ‘I Do’

by David Badash ● 2:58 PM June 1, 2013
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“I Do” is an amazing film that deals with DOMA, bi-national couples, same-sex relationships and marriage. Starring David W. Ross (who also wrote and produced the film,) “I Do” is now in theaters across the county.

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Exclusive Clip From ‘I Do’: Amazing Film On Marriage, LGBT People, Immigration, Binational Couples

by David Badash ● 6:17 PM May 29, 2013
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“I Do” is an important film that deals with LGBT people, same-sex couples and same-sex marriage, immigration, and DOMA. It hits theaters Friday.

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Award-Winning Filmmaker David Ross Discusses New Film On DOMA And Same-Sex Marriage, ‘I Do’

by David Badash ● 7:54 PM May 28, 2013
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David W. Ross, the award-winning filmmaker whose new film, “I Do,” hits theaters Friday, talked about DOMA, immigration, and same-sex marriage — issues the film focuses on — with MSNBC’s “The Cycle.”

Arts

‘The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me’ In NYC: Enter To Win 2 Free Tickets!

by David Badash ● 9:00 PM May 11, 2013
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The New Civil Rights Movement is partnering with Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and the Sero Project to give away two tickets to a very special one night only 20th anniversary performance of the award-winning play, “The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me” in New York City on Monday, May 20.

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Standing On The Right Side Of History: Lawrence Ferlingetti And City Lights Books

by Stuart Wilber ● 3:45 PM April 6, 2013
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“It is as if,” says City Lights founder Lawrence Ferlinghetti, “the public were being invited, in person and in books, to participate in that ‘great conversation’ between authors of all ages, ancient and modern.”

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Look: President Obama Greets Jackie Robinson’s Widow At White House Screening Of 42

by David Badash ● 7:30 AM April 3, 2013
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President Obama greets Rachel Robinson, widow of baseball legend and civil rights hero Jackie Robinson, before a special White House screening of the new film “42.”

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