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Utah Marriage Equality Plaintiffs Ask U.S. Supreme Court to Review Case

Utah Marriage Equality Plaintiffs Ask U.S. Supreme Court to Review Case

The plaintiff couples argue that state laws banning marriage equality violate the U.S. Constitution’s guarantees of equal protection and due process.

Atlanta: $78M Economical Boost with Same-Sex Marriage

Over 6,822 marriages would occur in the first year alone, and bring up to $50.4 million in revenue to the state of Georgia that year.

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Seattle Seahawks Stand Up to Bullying with New Billboard Ads

Billboards will be displayed featuring Seahawks images along with the campaign slogan “Friends Don’t Let Friends Bully.”

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INTERVIEW: Sinéad O’Connor Isn’t Bossy, She’s the Boss

Sinéad O’Connor: With three marriages under her belt and a fourth in progress, the mom of four has a new goal in life – putting herself first.

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Gay Rugby Teams Hold Massive Training Session in Australia

Gay rugby players from around the world took part in a huge training session in Sydney Wednesday in the lead-up to the Bingham Cup.

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Unforgettable Gay-Themed Movie Mashups at The Triple Door

Captain Smartypants’ new show Starstruck features a touching tribute to the beautiful actresses that gay men have fallen in love with through the years.

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LGBT Hate Crime Awareness Coalition Meets in Kalamazoo

More than 60 people got together at the Douglass Community Association to talk about how to make Michigan a safer place for the LGBT community.

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Nearly 3-in-10 Worldwide See Their Areas as Good for Gays

The Netherlands, where residents say their communities are good places for gays or lesbians, was the first country to legalize same-sex marriage in 2001.

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Becky Hammon Receives WNBA Sportsmanship Award

Hammon added to her basketball legacy in August when the San Antonio Spurs announced that she would join their coaching staff as an assistant coach.

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Uninsured LGBT Americans Are More Common Than Non-LGBT Counterparts, Study

One-quarter of LGBT adults reported they did not have enough for money for healthcare needs, compared to 17 percent of non-LGBT individuals.

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