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Embattled Kentucky clerk Kim Davis filed and lost her case at the Supreme Court for failing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples. ...
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The National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, Georgia/Photo: Super G

Think locally, act globally is the motto of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights with the launch of the LGBT Institute Wednesday. ...
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Page told Out magazine that it was Freeheld that inspired her to come out as a lesbian to the world. ...
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After Francesca Pardi’s book featuring gay and lesbian animals and families was banned by the mayor of Venice, she received praise by Pope Francis. ...
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Northwest Cider Association

The festivities begin with a Cider Week Kickoff and Happy Hour at Capitol Cider in partnership with City Fruit on Thursday, September 10. ...
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A technician carries a box designed to transport human blood at a blood drive. Photo: Natalie Behring/The Columbian

A transgender woman has filed a federal suit against Bloodworks Northwest, a Seattle-based blood clinic, for terminating her employment on the basis of sex. ...
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Mississippi is the only state left in the nation that bans gay couples from adopting without regard for their qualifications as parents or the best interests of the child. ...
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With the recent attack from One Million Moms on trans teen, Jazz Jennings, it can sometimes feel as if the world is going backward: adults attacking children? ...
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Campus Pride announced Monday the 2015 Campus Pride Top 25 LGBTQ-Friendly Colleges & Universities. ...
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While few teens say the primary way they connect with new friends is through phone calls, teens are more likely to talk with their closest friends by phone. ...
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