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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.
GetEQUAL’s grassroots activists stood outside NOM’s gala last night and asked attendees to sign a “Happy Retirement” card for NOM president Brian Brown.
Even NOM’s media partner and supporter of their March for Marriage — an anti-gay hate rally — reports that few people attended the event in DC yesterday.
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 National Organization For Marriage is claiming that 10,000 people attended their anti-gay hate march in Washington, D.C. yesterday. And they’re the only ones who said so.
Mike Huckabee told attendees at NOM’s March for Marriage that Martin Luther King, Jr. would have opposed same-sex marriage and equal rights for LGBT people just as he opposed Hitler’s Germany and the Holocaust.
President Obama today will extend more federal benefits to same-sex couples. But the administration is cautioning that this is the end of the road, and Congress must act.
Despite months of emails, despite promises of huge attendance, and despite free busses to protectors of the faith from New York City, NOM’s anti-gay hate march today was largely ignored.
“This is a movement,” Rick Santorum says, “that is based in love. This is a movement based in love for what is best for children and families in America.”
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One of the first communities in Russia to pass a “don’t say gay” law has repealed it ahead of a European Court of Human Rights decision.
Making the case for non-discrimination legislation one picture at a time, a diverse group of activists and advocacy groups has launched the #FairnessMeans campaign.
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