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December 17 is the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers

December 17 is a national day to celebrate, commemorate, and stand in solidarity with sex workers.

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Elizabeth Warren calls for government to leave the Stone Age and repeal gay blood bans

Senator Elizabeth Warren and 79 other politicos are calling for an end to lifetime bans that prevent gay men from donating blood.

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Vitaly Milonov, Russia's notoriously ultraconservative lawmaker, trolls again

Vitaly Milonov, the ultraconservative lawmaker instrumental in passing Russia's gay propaganda law, is positively scandalized by Russia's youth.

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Louisiana governor and White House hopeful Bobby Jindal blames gays for Hurricane Katrina

Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal knows why Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans: God was made at the gays.

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Senator to propose LGBT civil rights bill broader than ENDA

Senator Jeff Merkley is planning to propose an LGBT civil rights bill that goes even further than the seemingly ill-fated Employment Non-Discrimination Act.

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Berlin's first gay mayor steps down after 13 years in office

After a scandal involving Berlin's new airport, the city's first openly gay mayor is stepping down.

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South Carolina asks for dismissal of lawsuit against DMV

South Carolina state officials have asked a federal court to dismiss a challenge to its Department of Motor Vehicles’ (DMV) policy on legal name changes as superfluous, now that the state has marriage equality.

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Cleveland media under fire for stoking transphobic fear

Cleveland.com published a shockingly tone-deaf roundtable debating the city's proposal to prohibit discrimination against transgender people in public restrooms.

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Michigan House approves “license to discriminate” bill

Republicans in the Michigan State House have approved a “religious freedom” bill that critics are calling a “license to discriminate.”

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