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New York Lesbian Sues Banana Republic for Discrimination

New York Lesbian Sues Banana Republic for Discrimination

A lesbian stock specialist at the Fifth Avenue branch of Banana Republic is suing the company, claiming she was made fun of for her style.

Lesbian Iowa Couple Marry After 72 Years Together

After over seven decades together, Vivian Boyack, 91, and Alice Dubes, 90, finally tied the knot. The pair met in 1942 in Yale, Iowa.

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Gay Slurs Taunt Lesbian Grandma in Oregon

The lesbian grandma flies a rainbow flag from her porch and has received an “inordinate number of citations” since the new property manager was hired.

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U.S. Falls Six Spots Since 2011 in Gender Equality Study

Indiana, Texas, Idaho, Utah and, coming in last, Wyoming, were the worst places for women in terms of gender equality in the United States.

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Pregnant Lesbian Teacher Fired from Michigan Catholic School

According to Webb, the administration said she could resign with health insurance but no benefits/paychecks without discussing what happened, or be fired.

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One-Fifth of L.A. Foster Children are LGBT, Study Shows

Of the 7,400 youth in the L.A. County foster care system, 1,400 – more than double what researchers believed – identify as LGBT.

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Love Coach Offers Free Tele-Summit for Lesbians

The three-day event is free and is accessible by the internet or telephone. Registrants can listen to four daily 45-60 minute interviews.

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Infographic: Impact of Marriage Equality Legalization

Using data from the Williams Institute, NerdWallet analyzed the economic and human impact of legalizing same-sex marriage in some of the key states.

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Gay Group to March in NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade has announced for the first time in its 253-year history, it will allow LGBT organizations to march under their own banner.

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Rainbow Honor Walk Installation Honors 20 LGBT Leaders

Those honored in the Castro will be laid in alphabetical order, starting with Jane Addams, the first American woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931.

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