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Wheel of fail

Op/Ed

“Wheel of Fortune” host needs to buy a clue

If you’ve ever watched Wheel of Fortune, you probably remember host Pat Sajak. Queerty estimates he’s been on the show for the last “2,348 years” or so, meaning it’s no big surprise to learn that he’s known to be politically conservative—but a recent tweet of his takes a not-so-entertaining shot at the LGBT experience.

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Culture

Cincinnati Catholic school introduces anti-LGBT clause in teacher contracts

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has broadened their contractual requirements for the Catholic school’s teachers and administrators to remove any “public support of or homosexual lifestyle” as well as public support of sexual activity outside of wedlock, abortion, IVF and couples living together outside of marriage.

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Politics

Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz chooses tolerance over bigotry

Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz from Florida’s 23rd congressional district discussed the future of marriage equality during her recent interview with SiriusXM radio. The district representative took a moment to discuss various issues—including a conversation she had with her son, explaining what it means to be gay.

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Politics

Michigan Republican compares homosexuality to alcoholism and drug addiction

Michigan Republican Dave Agema compared homosexuality to alcoholism and drug addiction on Wednesday on a radio show with anti-gay Family Research Council president Tony Perkins.

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Business

Macy's refuses to Dump Donald Trump

Macy’s, the second-largest department-chain in the United States, has recently come under fire for selling the Donald Trump brand at their stores. However, the company has decided to continue their relationship with the controversial businessman.

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Culture

Salvation Army under fire from LGBT community

Everyone can recall the site of a red bucket and the sound of a bell outside of their supermarket, essentially marking the beginning of the Christmas season. However, the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign has recently made headlines again as LGBT rights advocates urge holiday shoppers to stop donating to the organization.

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Culture
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Politics
Draft of Houston’s Human Rights Ordinance released, includes employment protections for LGBT people
Culture
Georgia joins list of states with pending challenges to same-sex marriage ban
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