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End to Boy Scouts' Ban on Gays Draws Closer

By John Riley | Jul 26
On July 10, the BSA's executive committee unanimously approved a resolution that would allow openly gay adults to serve as Scout leaders and parent volunteers. The resolution must still be ratified by the National Executive Board.

High Percentage of GLBT Homeless Persists

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Jul 26
San Francisco officials have released a report showing that 29 percent of the city's homeless population identify as LGBT -- the same figure that was reported in 2013, the last time such numbers were released locally.

Limo Company Blames CBS Newsman Bob Simon For Death in Crash

Jul 25
The limousine company whose car CBS correspondent Bob Simon was killed in is blaming Simon for his own death because he wasn't wearing a seat belt.

New York Gay Couple Awake to 'Jenner Fags' Graffiti on House

By Winnie McCroy | Jul 25
A New York state gay couple awoke this week to find that vandals had spray painted their home and car with anti-gay graffiti.

Keeping Fit in the Kitchen

By Stephen Mosher | Jul 25
Stephen Mosher gives you some tips on staying fit in the summer, while still enjoying delicious meals.

Anti-Gay Sites Eating Up Gay Baker's Rant

By John Riley | Jul 25
Jesse Bartholomew's video rant is making the rounds on the Internet, particularly on conservative media.

LGBT State Groups Gather in Charlotte, NC for Nat'l Conference

By Matt Comer | Jul 25
More than 200 LGBT activists and state-based advocacy leaders from across the U.S. have gathered in the Queen City this weekend for the Equality Federation's annual summer meeting.

Right-Wing Zealot Calls for Executions of Gays Over Boy Scout Policy

By EDGE | Jul 24
Someone just earned a merit badge in crazy.

Ali Forney Center to Add Innovative Housing and Hormone Therapy for Homeless Transgender Teens

By EDGE | Jul 24
The Ali Forney Center will begin to offer hormone therapy at their medical clinic operated in the AFC drop-in center.

Justice: Court Voted on Narrow Part of Gay Marriage Case

By Andrew DeMillo | Jul 24
The Arkansas Supreme Court voted on a narrow part of the state's case over gay marriage last month but only planned on issuing that decision if the nation's highest court didn't legalize same-sex marriage, a justice said Thursday.

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