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In Cochran, Georgia, a Gay Teen Will Take His Boyfriend to the Prom

They don’t seem thrilled about it, but it’s happening. Glimmers of progress: Derrick Martin worried that he could be responsible for getting this year’ prom

March 23, 2010 Blog
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Shorter Itawamba County School Board: “But, But, Why CAIN’T We Be Like the Miss’sippi Racists Back Durin’ the 60’s, Huh?”

Constance McMillen and her lawyers appeared in federal court today to fight for the prom to be reinstated at Itawamba Agricultural High School in Fulton,

March 23, 2010 Blog
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Exodus Board Statement Sidesteps Responsibility for Uganda Genocide Bill

On its blog — but not its web site — the ex-gay activist umbrella group Exodus International today released a statement which sidesteps the organization’s

March 22, 2010 Blog
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The Best Thing About Healthcare Reform

The healthcare reform package passed by the House of Representatives last night, now on its way to the President, is far from perfect. But it’s

March 22, 2010 Blog
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Americans For Truth Now Listed As An SPLC Anti-Gay Hate Group

The listing on the SPLC website doesn’t reflect the change, but it looks like Peter LaBarbera is being recognized as the hateful, disturbed bigot he

March 22, 2010 Blog
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Tea Partiers Storm Washington, Hurl Anti-Gay and Racist Epithets

Yeah, these people have grievances, but they don’t have a damn thing to do with the healthcare reform bill they claim to oppose. Most of

March 20, 2010 Blog
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The Prom Will Go On in Fulton, Mississippi (Just Without Constance McMillen)

In many areas in the country, the strength of the opposition to LGBT people and rights is directly correlated to the number of Early Bird

March 20, 2010 Blog
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Constance McMillen on The Ellen Show Today

(!!!) I think Constance is just great. There’s a great moment in this interview when Constance explains that she was rebuffed from wearing a tuxedo

March 19, 2010 Blog
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Pictures From New York City Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell Protest

At noon today, I participated in the Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell protest at the Times Square military recruiting center. The organization Queer Rising called for it

March 19, 2010 Blog
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