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The AIDS crisis offers a blueprint for LGBT people fearing a hostile administration. [Read More]
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Assange has been in self-imposed exile at an embassy in London for more than four years, to avoid extradition to Sweden on sexual assault charges. He could face espionage charges in the U.S. [Read More]
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Sex professionals and their admirers converged in Las Vegas at this annual event for brand enhancement and product promotion. [Read More]
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The new hotel is a focus of protests in D.C. [Read More]
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Oxfam reports that the eight richest men have as much wealth as the poorest half of the world. [Read More]
"Jackie is singing for our country," says Jackie Evancho's transgender sister, Juliet. [Read More]
The Atlanta-area megachurch leader was accused of coercing young men into sex. [Read More]
The gay transphobe and the alleged pharma fraud were chased out of the University of California, Davis. [Read More]
The Georgia congressman (pictured, right) said the president-elect was "illegitimate." Trump responded by belittling the civil rights icon. To quote Trump, "Wrong!" [Read More]
"I hope to just kind of make everyone forget about rivals and politics for a second and just think about America and the pretty song that I'm singing. I hope I can bring... [Read More]
One of the original Dreamgirls shocked and saddened her fans when she signed on to sing at Friday's inauguration. Thankfully, she had a change of heart. [Read More]
In Barcelona, photographer Carmelo Blazquez makes moody images that suggest another place and time. [Read More]
President Obama has ended a policy that gave Cubans who escaped the island legal residency even without visas. [Read More]
The gay entrepreneur continues to shower the increasingly-unpopular president-elect with love. [Read More]
The antigay preacher claims an abuse case in Minnesota shows schools shouldn't hire LGBT teachers. [Read More]
The guys at Dirt Squirrel wanted to make clothing that conveyed a lighthearted spirit and that a person could wear to say, "I'm not a prude." ... [Read More]
The man dubbed "America's Mayor" after 9/11 had hoped to be "America's Diplomat," but instead he's now a White House cybersecurity advisor, setting up meetings "from time to time." [Read More]
"The president-elect is hiding his business interests from you, from me, from the rest of the country," Sen. Elizabeth Warren told the neurosurgeon turned nominee for Housing and Urban Development. [Read More]
For the president's longtime senior advisor — and LGBT ally — Valerie Jarrett, the end (and future) is in sight. [Read More]
"To sin by silence, when they should protest, makes cowards of men." ― Ella Wheeler Wilcox... [Read More]
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