Club Q Shooter Identified

The Club Q shooting suspect has been identified by police, after five people were killed and 19 injured Saturday in the LGBTQ nightclub. Club Q describes itself as an adult-oriented gay and lesbian nightclub, and has long called itself a safe haven for the LGBTQ...

“We Have the Votes!”

“We have the votes,” say Senate Democrats, about legislation to protect same-sex and interracial marriage in federal law. When the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade this June, the ruling set some unnerving precedents. There is no law in this country protecting...

Iran Lawmakers Oppose Protests

Iran lawmakers seek 'decisive' punishments for protesters, already being killed by the hundreds for gathering to demand change. The widespread anti-government protests that began almost two months ago are a pushback against laws imposed and enforced by 'morality...

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Karine Jean-Pierre: New WH Press Secretary

Karine Jean-Pierre sets two firsts as the new White House Press Secretary, as an out black lesbian. Karine Jean-Pierre, 44, carries an impressive resume as a political analyst and commentator. She was an adviser and spokeswoman for MoveOn.org, one of the most...

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USNS Harvey Milk Launched In San Diego

The USNS Harvey Milk was launched this Saturday, the first navy vessel named after a gay veteran. Harvey Milk was a diving officer for the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. He served about the submarine rescue ship USS Kittiwake, diving to rescue trapped service men in...

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Bulgaria’s Rainbow Hub Attacked by Mob

The Rainbow Hub in Sofia, Bulgaria, was the site of a violent mob attack on October 30, and it may have included a candidate for the country's president. Not as a victim--but as a perpetrator. The Rainbow Hub, set in an apartment block, is a center for the LGBT...

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LGBTQIA+

Club Q Shooter Identified

Club Q Shooter Identified

The Club Q shooting suspect has been identified by police, after five people were killed and 19 injured Saturday in the LGBTQ nightclub. Club Q describes itself as an adult-oriented gay and lesbian nightclub, and has long called itself a safe haven for the LGBTQ...

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“We Have the Votes!”

“We Have the Votes!”

“We have the votes,” say Senate Democrats, about legislation to protect same-sex and interracial marriage in federal law. When the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade this June, the ruling set some unnerving precedents. There is no law in this country protecting...

read more
Partnership Certificates Hit Tokyo

Partnership Certificates Hit Tokyo

Partnership certificates aren't same-sex marriage, but they're a big step forward for Tokyo and Japan. Japan is the only country left in the G7 group which doesn't yet recognize same-sex marriage. Most polling indicates the Japanese people are in support of it, but...

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Womxn’s Rights

Iran Lawmakers Oppose Protests

Iran Lawmakers Oppose Protests

Iran lawmakers seek 'decisive' punishments for protesters, already being killed by the hundreds for gathering to demand change. The widespread anti-government protests that began almost two months ago are a pushback against laws imposed and enforced by 'morality...

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KiwiFarms Dropped By Host

KiwiFarms Dropped By Host

KiwiFarms has been dropped by its second provider in two days, leaving the pro-stalking site looking for a new host. DdoS-Guard, the site's short-time home, says they rarely close private sites under their hosting. Usually, they only do so in light of a court order....

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Idaho’s Abortion Law v. Justice Department

Idaho’s Abortion Law v. Justice Department

Idaho's abortion law conflicts with federal law guaranteeing pregnant people with full care, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday by the Justice Department. Idaho's abortion law was already on the books when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. It...

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Civil & Human Rights

“We Have the Votes!”

“We Have the Votes!”

“We have the votes,” say Senate Democrats, about legislation to protect same-sex and interracial marriage in federal law. When the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade this June, the ruling set some unnerving precedents. There is no law in this country protecting...

read more
Iran Lawmakers Oppose Protests

Iran Lawmakers Oppose Protests

Iran lawmakers seek 'decisive' punishments for protesters, already being killed by the hundreds for gathering to demand change. The widespread anti-government protests that began almost two months ago are a pushback against laws imposed and enforced by 'morality...

read more
Partnership Certificates Hit Tokyo

Partnership Certificates Hit Tokyo

Partnership certificates aren't same-sex marriage, but they're a big step forward for Tokyo and Japan. Japan is the only country left in the G7 group which doesn't yet recognize same-sex marriage. Most polling indicates the Japanese people are in support of it, but...

read more

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“We Have the Votes!”

“We Have the Votes!”

“We have the votes,” say Senate Democrats, about legislation to protect same-sex and interracial marriage in federal law. When the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade this June, the ruling set some unnerving precedents. There is no law in this country protecting...

read more
Iran Lawmakers Oppose Protests

Iran Lawmakers Oppose Protests

Iran lawmakers seek 'decisive' punishments for protesters, already being killed by the hundreds for gathering to demand change. The widespread anti-government protests that began almost two months ago are a pushback against laws imposed and enforced by 'morality...

read more
Partnership Certificates Hit Tokyo

Partnership Certificates Hit Tokyo

Partnership certificates aren't same-sex marriage, but they're a big step forward for Tokyo and Japan. Japan is the only country left in the G7 group which doesn't yet recognize same-sex marriage. Most polling indicates the Japanese people are in support of it, but...

read more