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  • A first: Philippines stand against LGBT hate at UN
    When hundreds of students and supporters marched at the University of the Philippines Diliman to call for gender equality, little did they know that their call was being taken up by leaders in another part of the world.

  • A $37,000 Newspaper Ad Just Attacked Transgender Athletes
    Sprawled across an entire page of the Minnesota Star Tribune on Monday was a controversial advertisement that read, in part:

  • Here Are the Countries That Supported (and Opposed) the U.N.’s Antigay Violence Resolution
    Dozens of countries still have antigay laws, but LGBT citizens around the world have a new reason to hope for change. On Friday, the United Nations Human Rights Council adopted a resolution to address violence and discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.

  • Egyptian Officials May Be Using Grindr To Find and Arrest Gay Men
    It’s technically legal to be gay in Egypt, but swirling rumors of a government crackdown on LGBT citizens seem to indicate otherwise. Multiple outlets are reporting allegations that Egyptian officials have resorted to using location-based dating app Grindr to entrap and arrest gay and bisexual men in Cairo.

  • Tech Giant Agrees to Stop Blocking LGBT Sites as If They’re Porn
    Maureen Shaw’s women’s rights website covers everything from motherhood and politics to crime and health, but when one of her readers tried to access from a Boston-area Au Bon Pain in January, Shaw said the reader was blocked by an online filter deeming the website “pornography.”

  • Los Angeles LGBT Center Joins Clinton Global Initiative
    LOS ANGELES, Sept. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today the Los Angeles LGBT Center, the world's largest provider of programs and services for LGBT people, announced that the organization has become a member of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI). Center CEO Lorri L. Jean will represent the organization at CGI's Annual Meeting in New York that begins on September 21.The Center is ...

  • More than half of LGBT Scots back independence, says poll
    The poll also found 44% plan to vote No while 2% remain undecided.

  • German LGBT activist severely beaten in Belgrade
    A German man who participated at a conference on LGBT rights was in intensive care Saturday after he was severely beaten by unknown attackers in Belgrade, a doctor said. Dusan Jovanovic from Belgrade's Emergency centre said the man, identified only by the initials D.H. by police, was admitted with "life-threatening" injuries. "He was received with severe head injuries and bleeding, so he has ...

  • Conservative and Same-Sex Colleges to Transgender Students: Welcome
    When Jayce Marcus wanted to move into the on-campus dorms at a Quaker-founded college in Oregon earlier this year, he expected to be admitted into the male housing unit. Although some media outlets pointed to Marcus’ medical and legal transition to the male gender, for LGBT advocates this point is irrelevant—if Marcus identifies himself as a male, then he should be treated as such. “Students ...

  • First LGBT Group Will March in NYC's St. Patrick's Day Parade
    For the first time, an LGBT group will march in New York's St. Patrick's Day Parade. OUT@NBCUniversal, an LGBT advocacy group at the network that broadcasts the event, will be the first gay organization permitted to march under its own banner. We are proud to be the 1st #LGBT group to march in NYC St. Patrick's Day parade #prideNBCU — OUT ...

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