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Editorials & Opinions
LGBT Organizations Should Not Criticize President Obama's Immigration Move
November 22, 2014
Dear LGBTI Activists, Advocates and Organizations, more . . . .
Today is the Transgender Day of Remembrance
November 20, 2014
Today is the Transgender Day of Remembrance, so we gathered a bunch of articles from the last 24 hours. more . . . .
Transgender Day of Remembrance: We Need the Deaths to Stop
November 17, 2014
Every November 20, transgender individuals and their allies around the world commemorate the Transgender Day of Remembrance. But make no mistake: this is not a holiday, and the ceremonies we hold are certainly not celebrations. Rather, the Day of Remembrance is a solemn time when we can come together and reflect upon the battles we have fought and continue to fight and those individuals we have lost--the transgender and other gender nonconforming individuals who were innocent victims of violence because of who they were, because they had the audacity to live as their authentic selves. more . . . .
Transgender Day of Remembrance - Remembering Our Trans Dead
November 15, 2014
"I have always been more for celebrating accomplishments and victories and I have never really loved the Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR), to be honest," said Helen Kramer, author of My Husband Betty, to LGBT Weekly. "I know so many vibrant, interesting, awesome trans people, and it upsets me that there are so many people who only first learn of the [trans] community through these violent deaths." more . . . .
There's No Guarantee the Supreme Court Will Take Another Marriage Equality Case
November 10, 2014
Now that a dissident federal appeals court has upheld same-sex marriage bans in four states, legal commentators say intervention by the U.S. Supreme Court -- to resolve the conflicts among lower courts and set a uniform constitutional standard on the right to marry -- is very likely. But it's not inevitable. more . . . .
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