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What Is In A Greeting?

One would think that an all-inclusive seasonal greeting emblematic of our nation’s religious diversity would be embraced by us all with two simple words—Happy Holidays! ...

Uranus Square Pluto: Horoscopes of Change

“If you are silent about your pain they’ll kill you and say you enjoyed it.” Zora Neale Hurston ...

(un)HEELED: A Fashion Show For the Unconventionally Masculine *photos*

It was a queer take-over of the Brooklyn Museum this past Saturday night, when 7 queer / trans fashion design teams sent models down the runway at the Brooklyn Museum in a splendid event presented ...

Brooklyn Museum Hosts unHeeled Queer Fashion Show *video*

Last Saturday the Brooklyn Museum of Art was host a queer fashion show representing four fashion houses and designers from Los Angeles, Chicago and Brooklyn. ...

Remembering Thanksgiving

As I prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday, I am reminded of the autumnal harvest time's spiritual significance. As a time of connectedness, I pause to acknowledge what I have to be thankful for. ...

Try Telling an Archer Not to Shoot, The Meaning of Sagittarius

Every time the sun changes sign there is a palpable shift in energy. It’s much like shifting the light of a flashlight from one object to the next. ...

Yoruba Richen on Black and LGBT Communities

When issues of race and discrimination continue to pepper headlines the necessity of voices of reason become even more paramount. ...

Turkey flip-flops with LGBTQI population

Turkey is a country conflicted when it comes to its LGBTQ population. On one hand, Turkey is the first country in the Muslim world to hold a LGBTQI pride march. ...

Using Girls to Get Your Attention on Misogyny

Nothing like pre-tweens dropping the F-bomb to get your attention.   ...

A Tribute to An Ally to Black LGBTQ Communities

Thomas Menino was inarguably one of the best mayors the city of Boston ever had. ...

Full Moon in Taurus: You Can’t Cheat Love

Since ancient times the symbol of the bull has been a prominent fixture in many traditions, cultures and religions. The bull evokes powerful associations with creativity and productivity. ...

Britain's Latest Ugly Partition
bloomberg.com
June 30, 2016

From Iraq to India, new borders have brought new identities -- and new miseries.

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Jessica Williams' departure is a blow for Trevor Noah's Daily Show | Television & radio
The Guardian
June 30, 2016

After four years, one of the show’s best contributors is leaving to work on her own Comedy Central project – spelling more trouble in the post-Stewart era

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What Brexit Means for British Food
The New Yorker
June 29, 2016

Bee Wilson on Britain’s reliance on the European Union for its food supply, and what Brexit will mean for food prices and diet.

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All the Greedy Young Abigail Fishers and Me 
jezebel.com
June 29, 2016

Years ago, I helped Abigail Fishers get into college in Texas. That was my job: I “tutored” entitled teenagers through the application process. Specifically, and ominously for my later life, I taught them to write a convincing personal essay...

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Democrats push for legal protection for gay, lesbian, transgender Ohioans
The Columbus Dispatch
June 27, 2016

State laws need to catch up with public sentiment backing equal rights for gay, lesbian and transgender Ohioans, three Democratic state representatives said Friday.

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Pope says Church should ask gay community for forgiveness for past treatment
Times of India
June 27, 2016

VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis said on Sunday that Christians and the Roman Catholic Church should seek forgiveness from homosexuals for the way they had treated them.

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The Latest: Hillary Clinton Marching in NYC Gay Pride Parade
ABC News
June 27, 2016

The Latest: Hillary Clinton Marching in NYC Gay Pride Parade: Hillary Clinton joined state and city elected officials in marching to celebrate gay pride in New York City.

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San Francisco, other cities celebrate gay pride in Orlando's shadow
CNBC
June 27, 2016

A streak of luminous rainbow colors greeted revelers at the 2016 San Francisco gay pride parade, with the celebration tempered by sober reminders of the massacre in an Orlando nightclub that left about 50 people dead and scores wounded.

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Highlights From New York's Gay Pride Parade
The New York Times
June 27, 2016

Photographs, vignettes and more live updates from the 46th annual march, a celebration of lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual pride and the centerpiece of NYC Pride events around the city.

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The (American) Idiot’s Guide to Brexit
New York Mag
June 24, 2016

Now it’s the biggest news story of the day — and you have no idea how to sound like you’re a well-informed citizen of the world.

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Obama Wants to Stop Subsidizing Israel's Defense Industry
bloomberg.com
June 23, 2016

Israel is not only the greatest beneficiary of U.S. defense assistance, but also the only one allowed to spend a portion of that assistance on weapons and equipment from its own industry.

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Man Says He Was Orlando Shooter's Lover, Claims Gunman Hated Puerto Ricans
gawker
June 22, 2016

On Tuesday, a man claiming to be Omar Mateen’s former lover told Univision that he did not believe the Orlando shooter’s motive was terrorism, but revenge against gay Puerto Ricans for perceived slights against him.

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First female teen to win Ohio masonry competition bumped from national contest
The Columbus Dispatch
June 22, 2016

Shania Clifford, a 17-year-old from Scioto County, became the first female to win a gold medal in the SkillsUSA Ohio masonry competition in late April. But in mid-May, Clifford found out she would not be attending the next level of the competition,

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Why Don’t Jews and Asians Like Republicans?
NYMag
June 17, 2016

Republicans blame liberal professors.

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Pulse is not alone: A brief history of attacks on gay clubs
USA Today
June 13, 2016

In 1973, an arsonist killed 32 people at a gay bar in New Orleans.

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Orlando Pulse gay nightclub shooting: Gay men can't donate blood.
Slate
June 13, 2016

Following the mass shooting at Orlando’s Pulse, an LGBT nightclub, there is an urgent need for blood donations to help the dozens of injured victims. T ...

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Gay Americans are shaken, unbowed by nightclub attack
Reuters
June 13, 2016

For many Americans, gay bars and nightclubs have long served as a place of refuge, a carefree place filled with like-minded souls away from the relatives, employers or anyone else who might judge them disapprovingly, or worse.

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Uber Fires Driver Who Blasted Lesbian Couple As 'Two Faggots'
Huffington Post
June 9, 2016

Uber has fired an Australian driver who was caught using homophobic and threatening language toward a same-sex couple.

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Herstory Is Instagram’s Finest Lesbian Account
Vice.com
June 9, 2016

Lesbian history has undergone a kind of erasure. The stigmatisation of homosexuality over the years forced lesbians into the closet, and with them went their stories. This means that a whole lot of people,

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