Topics :: gay social acceptability
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Saturday Sep 28, 2013
A new study suggests the proliferation of gay and transgender characters in films and television shows has not prevented gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender actors from experiencing discrimination in Hollywood.
By Liz Sidoti | Monday Jun 24, 2013
Views have shifted on everything from gay marriage to marijuana legalization to illegal immigration and, perhaps, more. New laws, predictably, have followed. And, today, parts of this country now allow gays to wed and people to smoke marijuana for fun.
Friday Mar 9, 2012
Interactive Marketing Group of America, together with their partners in Thailand announced the launch of OutThai.com
- a new social network for gay people of Thailand and their supporters in the United States.
By Brian Moore | Friday Oct 29, 2010
It Gets Better Project has become a national phenomenon with celebrities, massive corporations like Google, and even the President speaking out with messages of hope to struggling LGBT youth.
By DAVID CRARY | Monday Oct 18, 2010
A city councilman in Fort Worth, Texas, has rocketed into cyberspace prominence in a video pleading with gay teens not to commit suicide and tearfully recounting his own ordeals as a bullied schoolboy.
By LEANNE ITALIE | Friday Oct 8, 2010
David Valdes Greenwood was 15 when he climbed to the highest arch of a bridge in his small Maine town and got ready to jump. It was 1982. He was distraught over a pastor’s Sodom and Gomorrah sermon.
By GEOFF MULVIHILL | Thursday Oct 7, 2010
Often feeling marginalized in political discourse or grousing that they’re used as political pawns, LGBT Americans have the nation’s attention after a recent spate of teenage suicides and two apparent anti-gay attacks in the heart of their community.
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Aug 13, 2009
A judge has ruled that Howard K. Stern, the lawyer of the late Anna Nicole Smith, can go before a jury with his suit against the author of a book about Smith--but that claims that Stern is gay are not, in and of themselves, libelous.
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