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What is Gay Pride For?
June 21, 2014
June is Pride Month across the U.S., and the kickoff to a season of Pride. Every weekend from June through September, somewhere, the LGBT community amasses in official events and activities celebrating our diversity. And every year, about the same time, complaints about Pride will begin, too. Everyone has an opinion about what Pride should be -- and should not be. more . . . .
There is No Revolt Against Marriage Equality Coming
June 19, 2014
The Human Rights Campaign is welcoming the National Organization for Marriage to Washington Thursday with a poll conducted by Mitt Romney's former data director showing just how far the majority of Americans are now from their anti-gay marriage views. The poll was conducted to coincide with NOM's rally near the Capitol and march to the Supreme Court, followed by a gala at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel. more . . . .
Should Gays Travel to Hostile Places?
June 19, 2014
LGBT travelers take between five and seven trips a year. One survey found that 71% of gay U.S. respondents possessed valid passports, as opposed to 25% of the total population. Many LGBT travelers have ample disposable income. Yet for those who travel internationally, the world can seem polarized into gay-welcoming and gay-hostile environments. more . . . .
Who Owns Gay Pride?
June 18, 2014
There's a lawsuit in New York City right now that asks the question, "Can one group own Gay Pride?" more . . . .
Opinion: Don't Be Sore Winners On Marriage Equality
June 16, 2014
Two weeks ago, Republican U.S. senator Orrin Hatch declared, "Let's face it: anybody who does not believe that gay marriage is going to be the law of the land just hasn't been observing what's going on." Such candor is rare in Washington, but is increasingly becoming the declared position of a number of Republicans across the country who see the writing on the wall and are easing into their acceptance of the coming reality, or who remain silent on the issue despite personal opposition to marriage equality. It's a moment of choosing for the GOP. more . . . .
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