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When Home Is Hate: A Reflection on HB2
Student, Ithaca College
North Carolina is sticky summer nights catching lightening bugs. North Carolina is fading blue mountaintops and salty ocean crests. North Carolina is the best barbeque in the South and tea so sweet it makes your teeth tingle. But, North Carolina is also discrimination.
Coffee Shop Gives Anti-LGBT Lawmakers A Taste Of Their Own Medicine
The Buck Starts Here
Nora T. Akins
She provides a realistic approach and practical advice to crea...
Every step of the employment process is important, and the employment application is no exception. Most employers use employment applications. It is an integral part of the hiring process; a tool that should not be overlooked.
Maryland Becomes the 18th State to Vote for Comprehensive Gender Identity Protections
Executive Director, Gender Rights Maryland
The state of Maryland has finally joined the civilized world of equality, passing the Gender Identity Anti-Discrimination bill and sending it to the governor for his signature.
Let Low-Risk Gay Men Give Blood
Associate Professor of Law, University of San Diego
The FDA's selective ban on giving blood imparts the disparaging idea that any gay man -- even if he practices safe sex within a monogamous relationship -- should be treated as if he has a disease that remains sadly bound up with perceptions of promiscuity, drug use, shunning, and shame.
Dad Forms Pro-Gay Scout Troop
The Supreme Court: The Elections and Beyond
Nancy K. Kaufman
CEO, National Council of Jewish Women
As voters, we bear the ultimate responsibility for making sure we know what kind of justice the candidates for president would likely appoint.
Good News For Gay Teens In Calif.
'Landmark' Ruling Deems Transgender Employees Protected Under Anti-Discrimination Laws
Curtis M. Wong
Walmart Faces Long Battle On Sex Discrimination, Despite Supreme Court Ruling
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Michigan Pastor Becomes Unlikely LGBT Advocate
Curtis M. Wong
Walmart: Too Big To Sue
What's At Stake In The Massive Walmart Anti-Discrimination Case Before The Supreme Court
The Mormon Church Takes a Baby Step
Marmel is a comedian, a writer and a TV producer. It's not as ...
The Mormon church for the first time has announced its support of gay rights legislation, which helped gain unanimous approval for Salt Lake city laws banning discrimination.
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