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Apple may open a campus in North Carolina, home of harsh anti-LGBTQ laws

As far as corporate allyship goes, Apple has been one of the most consistent friends to the LGBTQ community.  Some advocates fear that may be shifting since Apple is reportedly now considering opening a campus in North Carolina, home to some of the region’s toughest anti-LGBTQ laws. While some believe that Apple’s move could bring...CONTINUE READING
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Amazon daily deals for Thursday, May 17: LG monitors, massagers, wireless headphones, and more

If you’re looking to upgrade your computer display, there are plenty of LG monitors — new and refurbished — to save on today.   SEE ALSO: Save $100 on a tiny computer that’s the size of your smartphone Anyone who needs a personal spa day can also save on Mynt personal massagers to get the...CONTINUE READING
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‘Beyond I Do’ campaign reveals why LGBTQ discrimination is still legal

It’s been nearly three years since the Supreme Court decision Obergefell v. Hodges gave same-sex couples the right to marry in all 50 states. Yet despite that momentous progress, LGBTQ people across the country still lack basic protection from discrimination in housing, employment, and public accommodations (such as being denied service at a business).  If...CONTINUE READING
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China’s Weibo bans LGBTQ content, takes it back after huge outcry

Chinese social media company Sina Weibo has reversed its decision to ban LGBTQ-related content, after an overwhelming amount of backlash online. One of the largest social media platforms in China, often compared in format to Twitter, Weibo announced on Friday that it would be removing LGBTQ-related content in order to “create a sunny and harmonious...CONTINUE READING
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Trans women will be able to compete as women for the Boston Marathon. Period.

In a dramatic defeat to the biggest trolls on the internet, the Boston marathon has announced that transgender runners will be able to compete on Monday, April 16, as their self-identified gender.  The policy isn’t new. According to the Boston Athletic Association, the race has had the policy in place for years. What is new...CONTINUE READING
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Darlene may not be gay, but ‘Roseanne’ is still trying to push LGBTQ people forward

If you were a queer kid growing up in the ’90s, there was one place you could turn to for support — your family your school Roseanne. Remember, this was the pre-Drag Race era. Whatever you think of the show now, back then, the show was remarkably ahead of its time when it came to...CONTINUE READING
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Cynthia Nixon shrugs off ‘unqualified lesbian’ barb with tweet zinger

Now that actress Cynthia Nixon is officially running for governor of New York, she’s facing some tough jeers from opponents.  But the Sex And The City star is also rolling with the (low) punches with the ease and swagger of a seasoned pro. SEE ALSO: Break out your ‘SATC’ jokes, Cynthia Nixon is running for...CONTINUE READING
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India’s only openly gay prince is building an LGBTQ center at his palace

Every once in a while, design (and humanitarian) miracles do happen. In India this week, for example, the country’s only openly gay prince, Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, announced that he would be opening an LGBTQ center on the grounds of his ancestral palace. SEE ALSO: LGBTI activists are reclaiming Rwanda, one neighborhood at a time...CONTINUE READING
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Ambassador posts adorable proposal after marriage equality legalised in Australia

Marriage equality is finally law in Australia, which means LGBTQ couples can start planning their weddings. Or in plenty of cases, start proposing. As in the case of the Australian ambassador to France, Brendan Berne, who spared no time proposing to his longtime partner Thomas Marti on Thursday in Paris.  SEE ALSO: Marriage equality has...CONTINUE READING
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Marriage equality has finally become law in Australia, at last

It was left to the last minute, but marriage equality is finally legal in Australia. The country’s federal parliament passed legislation allowing LGBTQ couples to marry on Thursday, the last day for politicians to decide on laws like this before the summer break. SEE ALSO: How Grindr — yes, Grindr — launched one of the best new...CONTINUE READING
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