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News Apr, 15, 2016
GLAAD Releases New Guide For Journalists Reporting On The Bisexual Community

GLAAD, the world's leading lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) media advocacy organization, today released In Focus: Reporting on the Bisexual Community for journalists reporting on the topic.

Blog Mar, 24, 2016
North Carolina's Transphobic Law Must Inspire Us To Love

Yesterday was a strange day for North Carolina. In late February the city council of Charlotte, the largest city in our state and, including the greater metro area, the home of roughly a tenth of the state’s population, passed an ordinance containing a strong set of LGBT protections including public accommodations protections for transgender people.

News Mar, 23, 2016
Christians Oppose HB 2 In North Carolina
Christians Demand Veto Of North Carolina's HB 2

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Christians Demand Veto Of North Carolina's HB 2
LGBTQ-Affirming Christians Support LGBTQ People In North Carolina   

Blog Mar, 23, 2016
Gay Christian Facebook Ads Rejected & Resurrected

Image Detail: “Jesus Goes to His Execution” by Doug Blanchard

When Facebook repeatedly rejected ads for an LGBTQ book on the Passion of Christ recently, it revealed how religious dialogue can be limited in the social-media age.  

Blog Mar, 17, 2016
LGBT Irish-Americans Finally Fully Welcomed To NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade

When the St. Patrick’s Day Parade kicks off in New York City today, it will finally be an inclusive celebration of Irish heritage with all LGBT marchers fully welcomed for the first time.

News Aug, 06, 2015
National LGBTQ Groups Endorse Voting Rights Act Restoration On Law's 50th Anniversary

On the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, over 30 national LGBTQ organizations are endorsing the restoration of the law, which was gutted by the 2013 Supreme Court decision in Shelby County v. Holder.

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