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  1. SCOTUS Reverses Lesbian Adoption Court OrderStates have to recognize other states’ laws, says the Constitution. 
  2. de mayor
    Mayor de Blasio Ends St. Patrick’s Day Parade Boycott After LGBT Ban Is DroppedHe hasn’t participated during his two years in office.
  3. Indonesia Feels Threatened by LGBT EmojiThat bright-yellow same-sex couple is dangerous.
  4. vulture lists
    28 People on the Lesbian-Culture Artifacts That Changed Their Lives Picks from Lea DeLaria, Alison Bechdel, Carrie Brownstein and more. 
  5. Frank Rich on Carol and Lesbian CultureTodd Haynes’s adaptation of the classic novel reminds us how much of lesbian culture remains uncelebrated and unseen.
  6. cultural studies
    Frank Rich on Carol and Lesbian CultureTodd Haynes’s adaptation of the classic novel reminds us how much of lesbian culture remains uncelebrated and unseen.
  7. identity
    10 Celebrities on Taking the T Out of LGBTAsking about the Change.org petition at this year’s OUT100 Celebration.
  8. identity
    Change.org Petition Wants to Take the T Out of LGBTOne anonymous gay man’s fight against supposed transgender tyranny.
  9. lgbt
    Obama Is Really Proud of His Daughters’ Generation When It Comes to LGBT Rights“To Malia and Sasha and their friends, discrimination in any form against anyone doesn’t make sense.”
  10. elections
    Houston Rejects LGBT Nondiscrimination Measure Due to Bathroom-Related FearsThe slogan “No Men in Women’s Bathrooms” was key.
  11. empire non-spin-off
    Lee Daniels’s Empire-esque New Show Star Goes Into ProductionThe show will feature a transgender lead and could conceivably cross over with Empire.
  12. days of our lives
    Days of Our Lives Killed Its Gay Legacy CharacterWill Horton, who famously came out the closet in 2011, was murdered by a serial killer.
  13. same-sex marriage
    Kim Davis Sent to Jail in KentuckyShe will be released as soon as she agrees to comply with the court’s order.
  14. movies
    Russia Kills Its Only LGBT Film FestivalThe Youth Festival of Life Affirming Film will takes its place.
  15. 2016
    Ellen Page Asks Ted Cruz About LGBT Rights at Iowa State FairThe Texas senator was unaware he was debating a famous person.
  16. sports
    Prospect Becomes First Openly Gay Active Baseball PlayerDavid Denson, a 20-year-old first basemen in the Brewers farm system, has made baseball history. 
  17. violence
    10 Trans Women Have Been Murdered in the U.S. This YearIncluding India Clarke, who was found beaten to death in Tampa earlier this week.
  18. secret history of television
    Secret History of TV: ‘Lesbian Kiss Episodes’ Were So, So TerribleThe latest episode of “Vulture’s Secret History of Television.”
  19. How Jim Norton, of All People, Taught Me Trans Acceptance“A rose by any other name would still smell as sweet,” Juliet argues in that one Leonardo DiCaprio movie. Now I heard the first draft of that […]
  20. documentaries
    A New Documentary Asks What It Means to ‘Sound Gay’A clip from David Thorpe’s Do I Sound Gay?
  21. same-sex marriage
    Hardware-Store Owner Amends ‘No Gays Allowed’ Sign to Make It ‘Nicer’“People told me I ought to do it a little bit more, make it a little nicer because I’m a very blunt person.”
  22. street style
    Body Glitter and Rainbow Eye Shadow at New York’s Pride Parade Colorful scenes from yesterday’s momentous celebration.
  23. Scenes From New York’s 2015 Pride ParadeThe rain gave way to rainbows as the city showed its pride. Here are some photos from today’s celebration. 
  24. supreme court
    Supreme Court Rules that Same-Sex Couples Can Now Get Married Nationwide“The court now holds that same-sex couples may exercise the fundamental right to marry. No longer may this liberty be denied to them.”
  25. gay rights
    Jury Finds That Gay ‘Conversion Therapy’ Is FraudThe court ruled that claims of the treatment’s success and scientific basis are fraudulent.
  26. lgbt
    New DOD Policy Protects Gay and Lesbian Troops From Discrimination“Discrimination of any kind has no place in America’s armed forces,” said Ashton Carter.
  27. boy scouts
    Robert Gates Says Ban on Gay Boy Scout Leaders Must End“We must deal with the world as it is, not as we might wish it to be.”
  28. 66-Year-Old Nebraska Woman Sues All Gay PeopleThe seven-page handwritten lawsuit is titled Driskell v. Homosexuals.
  29. encounter
    Talking to Chicago Cubs Co-owner Laura RickettsThe LGBT activist loves her family a lot.
  30. Dissenting Opinions
    Anonymous Indiana Restaurateur Admits to Discriminating Against LGBT Customers“They can have their lifestyle and do their own thing in their own place.”
  31. Kate Brown Just Became the Nation’s First Bisexual GovernorThe country has yet to elect an openly LGBT governor, however.
  32. political psychology
    20 Minutes With a Gay Person Changes MindsPersonal stories matter — a lot.
  33. photography
    See M. Sharkey’s Poignant Portraits of Queer YouthNow on view at the Stonewall National Museum.
  34. hate crimes
    Transgender Woman Attacked in Brooklyn Hate Crime“Transgender people are still not safe in what is supposed to be the safest LGBT city in the world.”
  35. real talk
    Transparent Launches ‘Trans-Affirmative Action’Jenji Kohan and Jill Soloway disagreed about a few things at a Saturday New Yorker Festival panel. 
  36. scary and sad things
    3 Arrested for Anti-LGBT Attack in BrooklynIt’s being treated as a hate crime. 
  37. bill de blasio's new york
    NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade Finally Ends Ban on Openly Gay GroupsAfter it started affecting the parade’s finances.
  38. the sports section
    ESPN Sorry for Michael Sam Shower ReportAfter defending it yesterday.
  39. q&a
    Ariel Schrag Tells the Summer Love Story You Didn’t Know You NeededTalking to writer and cartoonist about her latest novel, Adam.
  40. equal rites
    Where the Gay Rights Movement Stands, 1 Year After the Repeal of DOMANineteen states have gay marriage, but there are many battles ahead.
  41. Video Games and Social Media Could Help Prevent HIV in At-Risk Gay MenThere are a lot of intriguing new ways to try to change risky behaviors.
  42. equal rites
    Gay Republicans Are Including Partners in AdsLess surprisingly: in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and California.
  43. media
    ABC Fired Transgender Employee Dawn Ennis After a Complicated SagaA transition in the workplace.
  44. politics
    Obama Will Ban Gay Job Discrimination by HimselfThe White House is drafting an executive order, since Congress won’t pass ENDA.
  45. What If Gay-Rights Advocates’ ‘Born This Way’ Argument Is Wrong?A professor argues against the mainstream in a new book.
  46. early and awkward
    Rick Perry Thinks Being Gay Is a Lifestyle Choice, Just Like Being an Alcoholic“I may have the genetic coding that I’m inclined to be an alcoholic, but I have the desire not to do that, and I look at the homosexual issue the same way,” he said. In San Francisco.
  47. Bigotry
    Yelpers Made That Anti-Gay Texas Diner Into a Highly Rated Gay Bar“I hear the owner offers discounts to men in chaps.”
  48. changes
    Medicare Will Likely Start Covering Sex-Change OperationsAn official review board found that the procedure is often medically necessary.
  49. Bigotry
    Texas Diner Boots Gay Couple, Claims It’s Because Their Legs Were TouchingThe rules are clear: “Men act like men, women act like ladies. No saggy pants.”
  50. early and awkward
    Aaron Schock ‘Not Gay,’ New York Times Winks The Republican politician’s body gets another coy article.
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