Gay Courtship on Vietnam’s ‘The Bachelor’ Turned Heads Abroad. Back Home? Meh. Two female contestants walked off the set together, causing a global stir online. But in Vietnam, a bastion for gay rights, there was barely a shrug. NYTimes.com 3 hours ago
Hong Kong Recognizes Same-Sex Marriages for Foreigners Hong Kong’s government agreed, in a step toward greater recognition of gay rights, to grant dependency visas to foreigners in same-sex unions, a move long sought by multinational companies. Wall Street Journal 1 week ago
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Paul Singer of Elliott Management on the intersection between political and philanthropic causes and fighting for gay..
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Parents Call Pilot Textbook Political Propaganda
Controversy is brewing among parents over new curriculum in Elk Grove Unified School District. The textbook in question explains the history of gay rights to first graders. And some parents accusing..
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Brett Kavanaugh on Supreme Court could halt or reverse our progress toward gay equality In the long gay rights struggle to move from outcasts to equals, Justice Kennedy was our champion and Brett Kavanaugh is a nerve-racking question mark.
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Dua Lipa Commends Fans Who Waved Gay Rights Flags at Shanghai Show: 'I Will Stand By You' Dua Lipa posted a heartfelt note to her fans on Thursday (Sept. 13) after a number of them were forcefully removed from her show at the National... Billboard.com 2 weeks ago 'Sex and the City' star Cynthia Nixon could be New York's next governor: A look at her political activism Actress Cynthia Nixon has advocated for an increase in funding for public schools, breast cancer awareness and gay rights, among many other things. FOXNews.com 2 weeks ago
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Good luck to Serena Williams as she chases record held by homophobe Serena Williams will try Saturday to win her 24th Grand Slam singles title, which would tie her with Margaret Court, who has compared gay-rights activists to Nazis.
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For Gay Indians, Landmark Ruling Is Just the Beginning Gay activists in India celebrated the end of a ban on consensual gay sex, even as they prepared for the next battles in advancing gay rights. NYTimes.com 3 weeks ago Live blog of confirmation hearings, Day 3: Kavanaugh won’t say whether president’s character matters Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee pressed Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh about his views of presidential power, gay rights and other hot-button issues… ABA Journal 3 weeks ago
India Celebrates Gay Rights Win: ‘We’re Finally Free To Be Who We Are’ The Supreme Court struck down a colonial-era ban on gay sex that had been used to to blackmail, harass and sexually assault L.G.B.T.Q. Indians. NYTimes.com 3 weeks ago
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India decriminalizes homosexual acts in landmark verdict NEW DELHI -- India's top court on Thursday struck down a colonial-era law that made homosexual acts punishable by up to 10 years in prison, a landmark victory for gay rights in the world's largest.. Newsday 3 weeks ago Also reported by • FOXNews.com • Seattle Times
Midterms: Could gay rights support push red-state Democrats across the finish line this election? Red state Democrats went from opposing same-sex marriage in their last elections to touting their support for gay rights this year.
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