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Monday, 20 August 2012

Monday, August 20, 2012
"This is the most exciting opportunity I've ever had in my life," Chad Griffin, the new president of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), said with a beaming smile about his job leading the largest LGBT group in the country. In his first national LGBT media interview since taking the helm in mid-June, Griffin discussed his passion for helping young people overcome homophobia, HRC's focus on marriage initiatives in four key states, and his goal to have HRC more involved with state and local groups.
Rosie O'Donnell: I Had A Heart Attack
T-Mobile Supports Gay Marriage In Washington State: Cell Network Donates To Advocacy Group
Grindr For The GOP Convention: Funny Or Die Spoofs Closeted Republicans (VIDEO)
Patrick Schwarzenegger Joins Lady Gaga's 'Born This Way' Foundation For Fall Campaign
Breastfeeding Group Rejects Transgender Dad's Leadership Bid
Michelangelo Signorile: An Open Letter to Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council: Let's Talk About Hate
In my post last week, I stated that no one should be exploiting the tragic FRC shooting for political gain. That's why I and many others are greatly disappointed by the press conference you held last week, and I'd like to take this opportunity to invite you to have a public discussion with me about hate.
Rev. Dr. Janet Edwards: Dan Cathy of Chick-fil-A: How About Lunch?
I see only one possibility for our society to move past and heal from our increasingly dangerous impasse: to have real conversations with one another. And I don't mean scripted, talking-point-filled debates that turn into a wrestling match.
Clay Cane: The Latex Ball: Get Your Life
Saturday night, Manhattan was set fire for the 22nd year in a row at the legendary House of Latex Ball held in the famous Roseland Ballroom. Over 2,000 people packed the Latex Ball for an "Enchanted Forest" theme.
Nico Lang: 13 Things You Can Do Instead of Missing Someone
You can't hide forever. So, you should start learning to channel your feelings and get them out in healthy ways, that don't involve making Facebook statuses about how lonely you are right now.
Jordan Bach: What Will It Take for Gays to Just Get Along? A Plan and a Prayer
In all the little ways in which we indulge in gossip, snarky talk, and making jokes about other people, we are beaming a clear intention into the ether, and we mustn't be shocked when that nastiness comes floating back to us.

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