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News Jul, 23, 2012
News Jul, 21, 2012
Christian Leaders Step Into Marriage Equality Campaign In Maine

Via Associated Press

"Mainers United for Marriage said at a news conference that 350 members of the clergy representing 20 different denominations in 158 Maine towns are supporting the referendum to allow same-sex weddings in Maine. The issue will appear on the Nov. 6 ballot."

News Jul, 21, 2012
Pentagon Allows Service Members To March In Uniform At Pride Parade

Via Huffington Post

"The Defense Department on Thursday announced it is allowing service members to march in uniform in a gay pride parade for the first time in U.S. history.

News Jul, 20, 2012
VIDEO: Chick-Fil-Gay Sandwich?

By Believe Out Loud

While Chick-Fil-A hopes to step out of the public debate around LGBT equality issues, the company has upset many pro-gay Christians and allies.

News Jul, 19, 2012
A Mother's Wish To Perform Her Gay Son's Wedding Ceremony

Patrick Evans, MLP's new Interim Executive Director, writes in the Washington Post about a pastor's struggle to someday declare her son Nathan and his beloved "to be married in the eyes of the law, the church, and most im

News Jul, 18, 2012
International AIDS Conference, And Interfaith Pre-Conference

 

This Sunday, the International AIDS Conference will kickoff in Washington D.C.. Global experts, advocates, and other individuals working in the field of HIV will gather July 22 - 27.

News Jul, 17, 2012
Life-Changing Experience: 'Camp Pride' For LGBT Youth Activism

This week in Nashville, Tenn., 70 lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and ally students from colleges and universities across the nation come together for Campus Pride's annual social-justice leadership academy, aptly called Camp Pride.

News Jul, 15, 2012
Priest Tells MN Catholics They Can Vote Against Banning Marriage Equality

By GLAAD

Nearly 30,000 people (and rising) have now watched Roman Catholic Priest Bob Pierson tell Minnesota Catholics why their faith can advise them to reject a proposed constitutional amendment that would ban marriage equality – despite what other Catholic leaders in the state are saying.

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