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White House Omits Husband Of Luxembourg's Xavier Bettel From Photo Caption

The White House on Saturday released a photo of NATO first spouses taken during Trump's first overseas trip without naming the same-sex spouse of Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel

Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Demands Special Session For Transgender 'Bathroom Bill'

Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick, a Republican, on Friday repeated calls for a special session to pass a bill that targets the transgender community

Birmingham Pride Holds Minute Of Silence To Remember Manchester Bombing Victims

Birmingham Pride, which kicks off Pride season in the UK, held a minute of silence to remember the victims of Monday's terrorist attack in Manchester

Betsy DeVos Would Allow States To Discriminate Against LGBT Students

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Wednesday refused to say whether she would pull federal funding from a state that allows schools to discriminate against LGBT students

Ben & Jerry's Supports Gay Marriage With Same-Flavor Scoops Ban

U.S. ice cream giant Ben & Jerry's is showing its support for marriage equality in Australia by banning two scoops of the same flavor in its Australian shops

Theodore Shoebat Blames Victims Of Manchester Bombing For Supporting LGBT Rights

Christian conservative Theodore Shoebat has reacted to Monday's bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England by criticizing the victims of the attack

Margaret Court Vows To Stop Flying Qantas Over Its Support Of Gay Marriage

Australian tennis great Margaret Court has pledged to stop flying Qantas in protest against the airline's support of same-sex marriage

Charlotte To Host 2019 All-Star Game After Partial Repeal Of Anti-LGBT Law

The NBA on Wednesday announced that Charlotte, North Carolina would host the 2019 All-Star Game

Gay Man Proposes Marriage On Disneyland's Splash Mountain Ride

A man proposed marriage to his boyfriend while riding Disneyland's Splash Mountain in Anaheim, California

GLAAD Report On LGBT Representation In Film: It's Not Getting Better

GLAAD's fifth annual report on Hollywood films found few meaningful roles for lesbian,gay, bisexual and transgender characters during the 2016 calendar year

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