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Judge Sides With Michigan Farmer Who Says He Would Refuse Service To Gays

A federal judge on Friday issued an injunction forcing the city of East Lansing, Michigan to allow a farmer opposed to same-sex marriage to return to its outdoor market

Poll Finds Majority Support For Gay Marriage In Northern Ireland

A new survey released this week found majority support for same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland

Serbia's Gay Prime Minister Ana Brnabic Joins Belgrade Pride Parade

Ana Brnabic, Serbia's first openly gay prime minister, on Sunday joined several hundred activists marching in Belgrade's LGBT Pride parade

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte Attacks Human Rights Head: Is He 'Gay Or Pedophile?'

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has suggested that the head of the nation's Commission for Human Rights (CHR) is gay for focusing on the deaths of two teenagers

Mormon Church, Sen. Mike Lee Side With Baker Who Refused To Serve Gay Couple

The Mormon Church and Utah Senator Mike Lee have filed briefs in a case pending before the Supreme Court in support of a Colorado baker who refused to serve a gay couple

Margaret Court Warns That Same-Sex Marriage Will Lead To The End Of Christmas

Australian tennis great Margaret Court warned this week that allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry will lead to the end of Christmas

Following Criticism, Harvard Withdraws Fellowship Invitation To Chelsea Manning

The Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School on Thursday withdrew a visiting fellow invitation to Chelsea Manning

Hillary Clinton Attends Edith Windsor's Funeral

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was among the luminaries who on Friday paid tribute to Edith Windsor, who passed in Manhattan at the age of 88

John McCain Co-Sponsors Bill Which Seeks To Block Trump's Ban On Transgender Troops

Arizona Senator John McCain, a Republican, has co-sponsored legislation introduced Friday which seeks to block President Donald Trump's ban on transgender troops

Pentagon: Transgender Troops Can Re-Enlist In Military, For Now

The Pentagon on Friday said that it will allow transgender troops currently serving in the U.S. military to re-enlist as it studies the issue

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