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LGBT Groups Call For Halt In Brett Kavanaugh Confirmation Amid Assault Allegations

Amid allegations of sexual assault, LGBT groups are calling for an end to the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel Expresses Support For Gay Marriage

In his first interview since taking office, Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel expressed support for changing the constitution to allow gay and lesbian couples to marry

In Cleveland, Vocal Opposition To Proposed LGBT Protections

A proposal to add LGBT protections to a county charter in Ohio attracted vocal opposition last week

Chicago Archdiocese Blocks Priest From Burning Rainbow Flag

The Archdiocese of Chicago has blocked a priest's plan to burn a rainbow flag which once hung at the parish he now oversees

Tel Aviv To Host Eurovision Song Contest 2019

The Israeli city of Tel Aviv will host next year's Eurovision Song Contest

At HRC Dinner, Joe Biden Attacks Trump's LGBT Record

Appearing Saturday at the Human Rights Campaign's (HRC) 22nd annual national dinner, former Vice President Joe Biden took several swipes at President Donald Trump's record on LGBT rights

Connecticut Has Six Openly Gay Republican Candidates

Six openly gay candidates are running for seats in the Connecticut General Assembly as Republicans

Only 4 Percent Of Gay, Bisexual Men On PrEP, Study Finds

Only 4 percent of sexually active men who have sex with men in the United States are on Truvada, a new study has concluded

Out Candidate Cynthia Nixon Loses Democratic Primary To Governor Andrew Cuomo

Out gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon on Thursday lost the Democratic primary to incumbent Governor Andrew Cuomo

GOP Lawmaker Caught On Tape Saying Kids Better Off In Orphanages Than With Gay Parents

A Republican lawmaker from New Jersey told high school students that children would be better off in orphanages than with same-sex parents

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