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Rachel Maddow Boozes It Up

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F.I.L.F.!

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California High School Bans Lesbian Couple From Being Prom Queens
Teen Vogue
May 2, 2016

Find out why Foothill High School in California won't allow a lesbian couple to be nominated together as prom queens.

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Theater review: OSF's sublime 'Roe' respects all viewpoints
dailytidings.com
May 2, 2016

There was a palpable sense of anticipation in the halls of the Angus Bowmer Theatre this Thursday last, as patrons were forced to enter the performance space en masse and within minutes of the curtain coming up. If not a deliberate move, it was a clever one.

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Police Refuse to Believe Lesbian Is a Woman, Force Her Out Of Bathroom
jezebel
May 2, 2016

An unidentified American woman was forced from a public women’s restroom because she could not convince police that she is female.

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Judge slams gay sex stings by Long Beach police, calling them discriminatory
LA Times
May 2, 2016

A Los Angeles County judge on Friday strongly criticized the Long Beach Police Department's practice of conducting sting operations against gay men cruising for companionship, saying the department’s tactics were tantamount to discrimination.

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Judge slams gay sex stings by Long Beach police, calling them discriminatory
LA Times
May 2, 2016

A Los Angeles County judge on Friday strongly criticized the Long Beach Police Department's practice of conducting sting operations against gay men cruising for companionship, saying the department’s tactics were tantamount to discrimination.

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Children With Gay Dads Are Well-Adjusted, But Same-Sex Families Still Face Stigma: Study
Medical Daily
May 2, 2016

Nearly a third of same-sex parents, specifically gay dads, report feeling stigmatized for their decision to raise children.

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Viewpoint: How has marriage changed life for gay people?
BBC News
May 2, 2016

Gay marriage was legalised in most of the UK in 2013. What effect has it had on gay and lesbian relationships?

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Hollywoods nanny-cheating cliché hits home
Salon.com
April 27, 2016

Salon talks to Lauren Weedman about feminism, sex on camera, and her new book Miss Fortune

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Isn’t This Funnier?’ New Girl Creator Liz Meriwether Recalls the Making of the Prince Episode
vulture.com
April 27, 2016

His voice was … I don’t need to tell you what his voice was like. Soft. Strong. A whisper that sounded like it was booming out over a loudspeaker.

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Click Here to Visit Hell: An Interactive “Garden of Earthly Delights”
The New Yorker
April 14, 2016

Alexandra Schwartz on an online interactive exhibit of Hieronymus Bosch’s most famous painting.

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Teen thrown out of McDonald's after being mistaken as a boy
outinperth.com
April 11, 2016

A 16 year old lesbian has been thrown out of a McDonald's store in the UK after staff demanded that she prove her gender in able to use the bathroom.

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TV shows can’t stop killing off their lesbian characters
New York Post
April 11, 2016

And it’s not that hard because it’s been a real massacre on TV lately.

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Once in the shadows, gay police now out and proud
The Boston Globe
April 11, 2016

The New England Gay Officers Action League has more than 300 members and will celebrate its 25th anniversary this weekend.

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American Idol Finalist 'Doesn't Agree' With the Gay 'Lifestyle'
Advocate.com
April 11, 2016

American Idol finalist La'Porsha Ranae doesn't thing gay people are "animals," but she still doesn't agree with their "lifestyle" or "life choices."

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Gay Rights and Worker Rights: The New Battles Between Blue and Red America
NBC News
April 11, 2016

States and cities are adopting sweeping bills on a number of major hot-button issues such as minimum wage increases and LGBT rights.

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Adrienne Rich's Feminist Awakening
New Republic
April 6, 2016

Newly discovered letters give a rare glimpse of how her poetry—and her radical politics--were formed.

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Claudia Rankine Challenges White Teachers, Pities White Racists in AWP Keynote
vulture
April 2, 2016

Thursday evening’s keynote speaker, Claudia Rankine, is better known for broadsides than bromides. Her stated topic was “what keeps us uncomfortable in each other’s presence” ...

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Girls & Sex: Navigating The Complicated New Landscape
slate.com
April 2, 2016

Girls and Sex author Peggy Orenstein on the mixed messages of Kim Kardashian and why teen girls still haven’t learned real sexual confidence.

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TV kills another lesbian character: What's going on?
EW.com
March 24, 2016

Fans of The 100 are still reeling from the death of Lexa – a popular lesbian character who died after being accidentally shot – so the killing of another LGBT fan favorite on Sunday night couldn’t have come at a worse time. But first, a major spoiler alert!

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