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Belmont University Under Scrutiny For Firing A Lesbian Soccer Coach
WDEF News 12
December 8, 2010

Coach is fired after revealing to her team that she and her partner were expecting a baby.  Read the story plus the attack from The Human Rights Campaign, and then vote in our poll.

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Lesbian locomotive engineer sues LIRR, says treated differently after false sex harassment claim
NY Daily News
December 8, 2010

A lesbian locomotive engineer who says she was falsely accused of grabbing a co-worker's breast is seeking millions in damages from the Long Island Rail Road.

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CA judge rejects move to bar DA in gay hate case
Mercury News
December 8, 2010

A California judge has denied a defense motion to recuse the district attorney's office from prosecuting a Ventura County teenager charged with murdering a gay classmate.

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New Gay Resorts Hope to Attract a Booming Travel Market
TIME
December 8, 2010

Large-scale gay hotels are opening in the U.S. as more brands unabashedly pursue the pink dollar

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Gay Teens Punished More Harshly Than Straight Peers: Analysis
Business Weekly
December 8, 2010

Gay teens receive harsher punishments at school and in the court system than straight teens who engage in similar behavior, a new Yale University study suggests.

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Trial Begins for Lesbian Locomotive Engineer
The Advocate
December 7, 2010

The trial began Monday in the case of a lesbian locomotive engineer in New York who claims she suffered discrimination involving false allegations that she grabbed a female co-worker's breast.

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Schools and Legal System Mistreat Gays, Study Says
The New York Times
December 7, 2010

Teenagers who are gay or bisexual are treated worse by school and legal authorities, researchers say.

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Belmont professors support gay faculty, students
The Tennessean
December 7, 2010

Professors at Belmont University invite the administration at the Christian school to discuss the issue.

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Gay activist completes 56-mile desert march
The Desert Sun
December 7, 2010

Gay activist Richard Noble walked onto the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms on Monday, ending a 56-mile trek across the desert to call attention to the military's ban on gays

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Appeals Panel Weighs Narrow Ruling in Gay Marriage Case
ABA Journal
December 7, 2010

A federal appeals court panel considering California’s gay marriage ban could decide the case without finding a broader constitutional right to same-sex marriage.

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