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Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Stanford University, Minnesota's Carleton College and Georgia's Emory University may all be vastly different institutions in terms of size of their student body and variety of degree programs offered. Yet all three have been named to Campus Pride's list of the top 25 most LGBT-friendly colleges and universities in the U.S.
Hugh Hefner, Playboy Founder, Calls Gay Marriage Struggle 'A Fight For All Our Rights'
'Disclosure,' One Direction Parody Featuring Shirtless Male Models, Zings Mitt Romney And GOP
Charlie Rogers, Nebraska Lesbian And Alleged Hate Crime Victim, Charged With Making False Report
Blue Valley Schools Graduate Sues Kansas District For Allegedly Failing To Protect Against Sexual Harassment, Bullying
Anderson Cooper Is Kelly Ripa's Dream Co-Host (VIDEO)
Jamie McGonnigal: Is It Christian to Be Anti-Gay?
While these groups may do some excellent work with Christian charities, their primary focus is on fighting to have the rights of LGBT people denied. But over the years they've been able to frame what it is they do with those "pro-family" and "Christian" modifiers.
Cyd Zeigler: Stop Chick-fil-A From Forcing College Football Players to Wear Their Logo
For the gay football player or coach in Atlanta this Labor Day weekend, the words of Cathy, diminishing him to second-class citizenship, will be ringing in his ear. On that day, he will become a walking billboard for a symbol of his own oppression.
Greg Hogben: Survival Guide for Gay Long-Distance Relationships
If you have made it this far, you're either riding high on endorphins or you might have actually found the one. Either way, here are a few tips to keeping it together long enough to find out.
A.J. Walkley: The Bad 'B' Word: A Need for Bisexual Acceptance
Why, in this day and age, is the term "bisexual" still a bad word with negative connotations? Why do those who may have identified as bisexual in the past feel the need to find other terms for their sexuality today?
Kergan Edwards-Stout: A New Anthology of 'Letters to My Bully'
With bullying and teen suicides continually in the spotlight, I was honored to have been asked to write a preface for a new anthology, Letters to My Bully. I asked Letters to My Bully editor Azaan Kamau if she would be willing to share her inspiration for the collection.

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