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Pope Francis: Gay Couples Are Not Families

Speaking Saturday at a forum on Catholic families, Pope Francis said that only heterosexual couples can form a family

Utah Senator Orrin Hatch Honors Pride Month, Talks LGBT Youth Suicide Prevention

In a speech given on the Senator floor on Wednesday, Utah Senator Orrin Hatch talked about LGBT youth suicide prevention, saying that he timed his speech to coincide with Pride month

Utah Governor Thanks 'Hero' Who Stopped Mob Chasing Gay Couple

Utah Governor Gary Herbert has thanked a man credited with stopping an anti-gay mob

Portland Police Breakup Up 'Standoff' At LGBT Pride Festival

Police in Portland, Oregon on Saturday broke up a 'standoff' between preachers and revelers attending the city's annual Pride festival

Judge Quotes Military Leaders In Blocking Transgender Military Ban From Taking Effect

A federal judge on Friday denied yet another attempt by the Trump administration to implement its plan to bar transgender people from serving openly in the U.S. military

South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg To Marry Boyfriend On Saturday

South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg will marry his fiance Chasten Glezman on Saturday

Trenton Picks Reed Gusciora, An Openly Gay Man, As Mayor

Voters in Trenton, New Jersey have picked Assemblyman Reed Gusciora, an openly gay man, as mayor

California Bill Seeking To Ban Selling Of 'Ex-Gay' Therapy Advances In Senate

A California bill that seeks to limit the selling or advertising of therapies that attempt to alter the sexual orientation or gender identity of LGBT people advanced in the Senate on Tuesday

Die-In, Vigils Mark Second Anniversary Of Pulse Shooting

Several events were held across the nation to mark two years since the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida

Parkland Students Perform Rent's 'Season's Of Love' At Tony Awards

Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School performed 'Seasons of Love' from the hit Broadway musical Rent during Sunday's Tony Awards

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