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Starbucks celebrates Pride with 800-square foot rainbow flag over global HQ

Starbucks CEO and president Howard Schultz has made another big gesture of support towards the LGBT community: to celebrate Gay Pride Month, a rainbow flag measuring eight hundred square feet is flying over the company’s world headquarters in Seattle, Washington.

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Culture

Quotable: Dolly Parton says "everyone should be with who they love"

"I don’t want to be controversial or stir up a bunch of trouble but people are going to love who they are going to love. I think gay couples should be allowed to marry. They should suffer just like us heterosexuals."

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Politics

Breaking: Texas rules ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional

In a move similar to a federal ruling in February, Texas state district judge Barbara Nellermoe has declared the Texas state same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional.

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Small steps forward in Turkey and Russia

The equality movement has made incremental forward progress in Turkey and Russia.

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Finance

Marriage equality in Colorado could generate over $53 million for the state

According to a new study from the Williams Institute, Colorado has at least 53.7 million reasons to legalize marriage equality.

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Culture

Gay vicar plans wedding to partner despite Church’s stance on same-sex marriage

A gay vicar from Kilburn is risking his place in the Church of England after vowing to marry his partner of fourteen years.

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Disney cuts funding for Boy Scouts of America due to anti-LGBT policies

Disney has become the latest of many major corporations to cut funding to the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) because of its discriminatory policies towards openly-LGBT adults.

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Politics

Federal judge to consider overturning same-sex marriage ban in Michigan

On February 25, a federal judge set aside two weeks to consider the overturning of Michigan’s ban on same-sex marriage after a lesbian couple argued that it was a violation of their rights under the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution.

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Politics

Gay couple seeking right to jointly adopt in Germany, case dismissed on a technicality

The Constitutional Court of Germany dismissed a case seeking to grant same-sex couples the right to jointly adopt children on a technicality. LGBT rights activists are maintaining that the same court issued a ruling in February 2013 that effectively allowed such rights.

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