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Thursday, 4 October 2012

Thursday, October 4, 2012
History has been made today in the boxing world, as featherweight boxer Orlando Cruz has come out as a "proud gay man."
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Isoul Harris: Lee Daniels Talks The Paperboy, Naked Zac Efron, and Being a Black, Gay Director
Lee Daniels stunned the world with the 2009 film Precious, even snagging an Oscar nomination for Best Director. The openly gay 52-year-old is back with The Paperboy, an equally dark tale set in the southern Florida swamps.
Jim Buzinski: Boxer Orlando Cruz Coming Out as Gay Is Awesome, But It Won't Lead to a Flood of Out Athletes
What Cruz did is awesome, and he will be a role model; every athlete who comes out is. But this doesn't mean we will see a parade of fighters (or other athletes) coming out. It doesn't work that way. For anyone, coming out is an intensely personal decision.
Holly Robinson: The One Political Stand My Fox News Mom and I Can Take Together
My mom is a staunch Republican, a Fox News junkie and the widow of a Navy commander. I have always voted the liberal ticket; I'm an NPR listener. But when Obama became the first president to declare his support for same-sex marriage, Mom shocked me silly.
Irene Monroe: A Month to Begin Anti-Bullying
Anti-gay bullying truncates a child's academic ability to excel. And the cost, while immediately about the child, is an equally greater cost to us as a society down the road. Anti-gay bullying is not to be endured or tolerated. It must be stopped by us all.
Scout, Ph.D.: It's Time to Ask Our Friends and Family for LGBT Equality
Long ago I heard a group of national pollsters give their verdict on the most effective strategy to turn out LGBT-supportive voters: People came out to vote for our rights when an LGBT friend or family member personally asked them. So let's ask.

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