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At the 9th Annual 2012 National African American MSM Leadership Conference on HIV/AIDS and other Health Disparities (AAMSM), AIDS.gov spoke with Kalyani Sanc…

Civilities Chat: PFLAG's Jody Huckaby on coming out for young people today

SP: How is coming out different for a trans person than a gay or lesbian one? Coming out as … SP: Speaking of people being younger to come out, what's your advice on whether they should use social media services like Facebook, Twitter, etc.? Coming …
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Tim Cook at Pride Parade; LGBT groups won't back ENDA


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In celebration of San Francisco's LGBT pride and to commemorate the anniversary of marriage equality returning to California, eight couples—gay and straight—said "I do" in a ceremony on Saturday sponsored by Uber, the transportation network company …
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Seattle double homicide may be related to online hook-up

According to local media sources, Ali Muhammad Brown, 30, has been charged with two counts of aggravated first-degree murder, and may have targeted the two men using an online dating or hook up app. According … The National Coalition of Anti-Violence …
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This new collection of sixteen essays considers evidence for the varied forms of women’s alliances in early modern England. It shows how women, prohibited from direct participation in the institutional structures that shaped the lives of men, constru

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