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Gay’s In The Military “A Brief History”

Gay’s In The Military “A Brief History”

Throughout history, there have been several cultures which have looked favorably on homosexual behavior in the military. Perhaps the most well-known example is found in ancient Greece and Rome. Homosexual behavior was encouraged among soldiers because it was thought to increase unit cohesiveness, morale, and bravery. Some Greek philosophers wrote on the subject of homosexuality […]

Why All LGBTQ Citizens Must Vote For Hillary

Why All LGBTQ Citizens Must Vote For Hillary

NEW YORK (AP) — THE ISSUE: Same-sex marriage is now the law of the land, but there are other battlegrounds related to civil rights and nondiscrimination protections for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people. Two polarizing questions: What sort of access should transgender people have to public bathrooms? And are the advances for LGBT rights […]

TOP 5 WORST STATES FOR LGBTQ RIGHTS

TOP 5 WORST STATES FOR LGBTQ RIGHTS

If you pay attention to the news, it’s hard not to get swept up in the feeling that things are getting better for America’s LGBT citizens. However, after riding a wave of momentum in the courts this year, marriage equality hit a new roadblock in November, when the Sixth Circuit Court upheld bans in Ohio, Kentucky, […]

The Spirit Of Japan’s LGBT Community

The Spirit Of Japan’s LGBT Community

   Kaori Sato, independent candidate running for the upcoming upper house election, holding a rainbow flag, waves as Hiroshi Taniyama (R), gay supporter of Sato from Nakano LGBT Network Nijiiro, speaks during a campaign for the July 10 upper house election in Tokyo, Japan, July… When openly gay independent candidate Wataru Ishizaka campaigned for a […]

Pride, PrEP And Prejudice

Pride, PrEP And Prejudice

A currently available pill could significantly curb new HIV infections among gay and bisexual men, if prevention and treatment programs are also expanded, researchers say. Wider use of the once-a-day pill, along with HIV blood tests and treatment among very sexually active men who have sex with men, could potentially reduce new cases by about […]

LGBT Discrimination At Religious Schools Could End With New Bill

LGBT Discrimination At Religious Schools Could End With New Bill

The conflict between religious freedom and gay rights has a new battleground – California’s religious colleges and universities. A bill moving through the Legislature would remove a longstanding exemption from anti-discrimination laws for religious institutions, potentially exposing the schools to civil rights lawsuits from students and employees. Some schools call the measure, SB1146, an attack […]