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America’s First Post-Gay Governor

Maine Democrat Mike Michaud might become the country’s first openly gay governor. And most voters there couldn’t care less.

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Chapels Must Perform Same-Sex Marriages

A ‘Christian’ wedding chapel—a private business—in Idaho is suing for the right not to marry gay couples. There is no such right. Yet.

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Ariana Grande Is an Ex-Catholic Kabbalist Because of Her Gay Brother

Ariana Grande, the diminutive pop star plagued by demons , recently opened up about leaving the Catholic Church for Kabbalah . “When my brother [Frankie J. Grande] was told that God didn’t love him I was like, ‘OK, that’s not cool,'” she told the Sunday Telegraph. Frankie is an openly gay ex-Big Brother contestant. Read more…

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Pentagon: Yes to LGB, No to T

The end of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell let gays, lesbians, and bisexuals serve openly in the military. But transgender individuals remain excluded. A conference Monday examined that policy.

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Pope Wins a Battle to Welcome Gays

The war’s not over. But make no mistake, the Vatican synod paved the way for significant changes to come in the lives of gay and divorced Catholics.

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Is Brooklyn Becoming Unsafe for Queers?

A rash of crimes against gay and trans* people point to a possible brewing class resentment in the “hip” parts of Brooklyn.

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Is Brooklyn Becoming Unsafe for Gays?

A rash of crimes against gay and trans* people point to a possible brewing class resentment in the “hip” parts of Brooklyn.

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Conservative Catholics Call Bishops’ Gay Acceptance “Homoheresy”

The Catholic Church reached a huge milestone today when bishops declared that gay partnerships have value and that LGBT people have plenty of “gifts” to offer the church. Even though gay marriage is still off the table, conservative Catholic groups are pissed. Read more…

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Church: It’s OK To Be Gay, Sort Of

Vatican prelates change their tone, but not the rules when it comes to gay and divorced Catholics.

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‘Pride’: The Feel-Good Movie of the Year

In 1984, a group of lesbian and gay activists joined forces with striking UK miners to help local Welsh communities. The unlikely alliance is brought to thrilling life in the film Pride.

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Gay GOP Pol Can’t Shake Sex Allegations

Allegations of sexual misconduct have dogged Carl DeMaio since he entered politics. But is it just because he’s gay?

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Who Are the Judicial Activists Now?

The right’s charge of “judicial activism” has dominated debates for years. But soon, with regard to gay marriage, it just isn’t going to fly.

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Boehner Risks Social Conservative Wrath

The speaker isn’t going to California because he wants to make Carl DeMaio the first openly gay Republican elected to Congress. Boehner needs a functioning majority—and to keep his job.

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Tony La Russa on Making the Postseason

The former Cardinals manager and Hall of Fame inductee explains that coaching for the postseason begins months earlier and always involves the whole team.

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Why ‘Black-ish’ Has a Gay Problem

Just as GLAAD hails a successful year for gays on TV, ABC’s new sitcom seems content to indulge in casual homophobia.

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Ken Follett Is an Unsung Gay Icon

The popular novelist says he’s never had gay sex (‘Not yet’), but that’s never stopped him from quietly but repeatedly including gay men in his fiction.

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The Winning Gay Subtlety of ‘Hello Mr.’

Gay magazines tend to be packed with celebrity, hunks, and (maybe) some politics. ‘Hello Mr.’ reinvents the wheel with personal essays, inventive fashion, and beautiful design.

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How to Get Away With Gayness

In Shondaland—where ‘Scandal’ and ‘How to Get Away With Murder’ live—gays are sexy, complicated, and flawed. How one ‘Angry Black Woman’ (ugh) revolutionized gay characters on TV.

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Is the Climate Gay?

To the radical LGBT activists most likely to march in New York City on Sunday, caring about global warming expresses solidarity with the oppressed. But what about the mainstream gays?

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Thicke Blurs Lines on ‘Blurred Lines’

What rhymes with plagiarism? Robin Thicke says that if he did copy Marvin Gaye’s work, it’s only because he was totally obliterated.

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