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“Gay cure” camp owner denies responsibility in boy’s death

The owner of a “gay cure” camp in South Africa is denying any culpability in the death of a fifteen-year-old boy in his care.

Gay conversion therapy in China includes electroshock and hypnosis

A gay man in China is suing a psychological clinic for using electric shocks and hypnosis in an effort to make him straight.

"Orphan Black" is a sci-fi series that saves LGBT lives

Actress Tatiana Manslay portrays a lesbian in the BBC America show "Orphan Black." It's a role that has changed lives, as Manslay learned at the 2014 Comic-Con.

Grindr's Holocaust fetish hasn't gone away

Last year, Salon reported on Grindr's disturbing abundance of selfies taken at Berlin's Holocaust memorial. The trend hasn't gone away.

Ugandan lesbian wins appeal to stay in UK

A lesbian refugee from Uganda has won her appeal to stay in the UK.

Four states’ marriage equality cases to be heard in single court session on August 6

On August 6, six cases regarding marriage equality laws in four states will be heard in a single court session.

Fox News’ Todd Starnes is auditioning to be America’s #1 homophobe

Todd Starnes follows in the footsteps of Fred Phelps, Jesse Helms, Jerry Falwell, and all the ghosts of homophobia past. But the Fox News commentator and writer could be the last of a dying breed.

5 music videos with unmissable stories

Five music videos off the beaten path that might make you laugh, might make you cry, but will definitely make you remember their visceral narratives.

Plaintiff asks Florida to recognize her relationship—and grant divorce

The state of Florida may see its first same-sex divorce before its first equal marriage.

"Girl in a country song" isn't the first time music has played with gender roles

"Girl in a country song" has racked up more than 2 million hits on Youtube and sparked controversy over gender stereotyping. But the video isn't the first time we've heard this song and dance.

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