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ADDED ON: 04/24/2019

Supreme Court to Decide Whether Landmark Civil Rights Law Applies to Gay and Transgender Workers

The Supreme Court announced on Monday that it would decide whether the Civil Rights Act of 1964 guarantees protections from workplace discrimination to gay and transgender people in three cases expected to…

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ADDED ON: 04/22/2019

United Methodists edge toward breakup over LGBT policies

There's at least one area of agreement among conservative, centrist and liberal leaders in the United Methodist Church: America's largest mainline Protestant denomination is on a path toward likely breakup over differences…

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ADDED ON: 04/22/2019

Our time to seek justice is now’: Transgender woman speaks for first time since Oak Cliff attack

A transgender woman made her first public comments Saturday, a week after she was attacked by a large group in east Oak Cliff. Edward Dominic Thomas was arrested days after the attack…

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ADDED ON: 04/21/2019

Converse releases new Pride collection that features both rainbow and trans flag designs

Converse has unveiled its Pride collection for 2019 and we couldn’t be happier to finally see the flag that represents the transgender community be included in the designs for the first time.…

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ADDED ON: 04/21/2019

Honduran transgender woman freed after a year in US detention

A Honduran transgender woman who was detained in a US immigration facility for seven months despite being granted asylum has been released after a legal challenge. Nicole García Aguilar was freed from…

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ADDED ON: 04/21/2019

LGBT ally and psychiatrist who argued homosexuality isn’t a disorder dies

A pioneering LGBTQ ally and psychiatrist has died at the age of 82. Richard Green was one of the first psychiatrists to speak out against labelling homosexuality as a mental disorder. His…

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ADDED ON: 04/20/2019

LGBT groups, HHS clash over asking youth in foster care about sexual orientation

LGBT rights groups and the Department of Health & Human Services are clashing over the proposed elimination of questions seeking to identify the sexual orientation of youth in foster care, which the…

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ADDED ON: 04/19/2019

NYC museum to no longer host gala for Brazil president

The American Museum of Natural History in New York on Monday announced it will no longer host an event at which Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will be honored. The New York Times…

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ADDED ON: 04/19/2019

Thousands feared at risk after Mexico reforms HIV+ regime

Thousands of Mexicans living with HIV or at risk of infection could be left without life-saving services after the government changed the way it funds treatment, according to public health experts and…

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ADDED ON: 04/18/2019

Buttigieg shrugs off anti-LGBT protesters in Iowa swing

Pete Buttigieg is confronting another sign that his history-making candidacy is rising to the top tier of the Democratic presidential race: protesters. A few anti-LGBT protesters, including religious activist Randall Terry, have…

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ADDED ON: 04/17/2019

New gay rights coin divides LGBT community — and outrages social conservatives

A new dollar coin designed to commemorate 50 years of homosexual rights has sparked a dual backlash — from both members of Canada's LGBT community and from a social conservative group. The…

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ADDED ON: 04/15/2019

OutSaskatoon gets $1.1M to help LGBT survivors of gender violence

OutSaskatoon says $1.1 million in new federal funding to provide support for LGBT people, particularly youth, who are survivors of gender-based violence will help the organization make a difference in a community…

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