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Arizona Urged to Recognize Marriage of Gay Couple Battling Serious Illness

Arizona Urged to Recognize Marriage of Gay Couple Battling Serious Illness

A gay couple from Green Valley have been together 45 years and were married last month after George was diagnosed with Stage IV pancreatic cancer.

Historic Vote Brings Comprehensive Trans* Health Care to Oregon

Transgender Oregonians on the Oregon Health Plan should be able to receive hormonal and surgical healthcare prescribed by their physician, starting in 2015.

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Cedar River Clinics Opens New Spot in Downtown Seattle

Cedar River Clinics opened its new office in the Medical Dental Building, providing abortion care, birth control, well woman care, and LGBTQ wellness.

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Brooklyn AIDS Forum Led by Douglas Brooks Draws Hundreds

This forum gathered input on local efforts made by HIV/AIDS organizations, consumers and advocates in Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island.

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Maryland Report Cites Challenges for LGBT Youth in School, Foster Care

In Maryland, between 47,000 and 95,000 youth identify as LGBTQ, not including thousands who may be unsure about their sexual orientation or gender identity.

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Canadian Study Finds Gay and Lesbian Teens More Likely to Become Pregnant

Saewyc said there was a link between discrimination and pregnancy. She found that pregnancy is a way to “camouflage” sexual orientation and avoid bullying.

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Ex-Gay Group NARTH Undergoes Major Rebranding Facelift

NARTH disingenuously billed itself as a secular therapy group. In reality, it served as a front for anti-gay religious groups such as Focus on the Family.

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Sperm Bank Business Grows, Thanks in Part to Acceptance of LGBT Community

With offices and labs in Copenhagen and Aarhus, Denmark, the European Sperm Bank is the leading cryobank in Europe. In 2008 they opened a lab in Seattle.

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Council: End Blood Donation Ban for Gay, Bisexual Men

The Seattle City Council sent a letter to the FDA Tuesday requesting an end to the lifetime ban on blood donations from men who have sex with men.

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Ex-Gay Therapy, Hypnosis Protested in Beijing

A 30-year-old man spoke in court of the trauma he suffered in Chongqing, including electric shock therapy and hypnosis as a means to cure his homosexuality.

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