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A 25th birthday wish to raise $25,000 for The Trevor Project, campaign ends this weekend

Former advertising account executive Wade Addison wants just one thing for his birthday. “It's a simple 25th birthday wish—to raise $25,000 in 25 days in order to support The Trevor Project in their mission to end suicide among our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.”

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Politics

Republic of Ireland to hold referendum in 2015

The Republic of Ireland, a predominantly Roman Catholic country, has agreed to a 2015 public vote on whether same-sex couples should be allowed to marry.

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Zambia’s First Lady denounces homophobia

Three men are currently awaiting trial, facing up to fourteen years in prison, for violating Zambia’s anti-gay laws. But in the midst of hate emerged the country’s gracious First Lady, Doctor Christine Kaseba-Sata, to send a message of peace.

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Business

ebay UK takes down rainbow-themed Christmas clothes listed as "gay interest"

eBay UK takes down items listed as “gay interest” for violating rules against adult-themed clothing

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Finance

How to determine if a job offer is a good fit

Whether you’ve been unemployed for a period of time and are eager to get back to work or proactively looking for a new opportunity, determining if a new job is a good fit is important. Not just “any job” will do if you’re looking for a career that satisfies and provides.

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Culture

Samuel L. Jackson to play gay character in upcoming Stephen King film

In his first-ever gay role, Samuel L. Jackson will play engineer Tom McCourt in the big-screen adaptation of Stephen King’s 2006 novel, “Cell.” The film, which co-stars John Cusack, is set to begin production in January 2014.

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Disgruntled protestors disturb Hawaii’s same-sex marriage proceedings

Hawaii’s mission toward marriage equality is marching on, but so is the mission to thwart it.

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Senator Tammy Baldwin says to House Speaker John Boehner: Pass ENDA

Wisconsin senator Tammy Baldwin, who became the first openly gay person to be elected to the US Senate last year, served in the United States House of Representatives from 1999-2013. To her former peers, and to House Speaker John Boehner, she has one thing to say: Pass ENDA.

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ENDA passes Senate with 64-32 vote, moves on to House of Representatives

The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) has passed its final vote in the full Senate 64-32, after lawmakers voted to begin the debate on Monday. The legislation now moves on to the House of Representatives.

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Lesbian couple uses legal loophole to marry in Russia
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Revisiting the documentary that shows what it's like to come out to a religious family
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BBC2 orders UK’s first transgender sitcom
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