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By EDGE | Wednesday Sep 18, 2013
Barely 24 hours after briefly alluding to work on a secret project during a Reddit Ask Me Anything session, Madonna revealed Tuesday the release of her short film "secretprojectrevolution," which will launch her Art for Freedom initiative.
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Nov 5, 2012
Students from a high school in CelinOhio weren’t allowed to wear pro-gay rights t-shirts. Officials said they were too political. The students claim that classmates have worn Tees with pro-life and Mitt Romney messages.
By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Jun 19, 2012
A New York City fifth grader in a public school will be allowed to read his pro-gay marriage speech in a school competition after a principal initially prohibited him from doing so.
By Lisa Cornwell | Thursday Apr 5, 2012
A gay student suing his Ohio high school for prohibiting him from wearing a T-shirt designed to urge tolerance will be allowed to wear the shirt for one day.
By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Nov 22, 2011
St. Petersburg is now the second city in Russia to pass a law that would ban "gay propaganda." The legislation will ban literature that promotes "sodomy, lesbianism, bisexualism, and transgenderism, and pedophilia to minors."
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Oct 13, 2011
A New Jersey high school teacher reportedly posted anti-gay remarks to her Facebook page that included claims that being gay is a "sin" and a comment that compared gays to cancer.
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Sep 22, 2011
A paramedic with the Nashville Fire Department posted anti-gay messages online at Facebook as well as on the fire department’s own web page, prompting a two-month suspension.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Jul 5, 2011
Kevin Rogers, the publisher of bear-centric magazine Fuzz, was just doing what he does when he wrote a Facebook account of Tracy Morgan’s homophobic rant in Tennessee. But Rogers set off a media sensation. EDGE interviews the man who sparked a firestorm.
By Jay Lindsay | Friday May 13, 2011
An outspoken advocate for an Army private accused of funneling classified documents to Wikileaks plans to file suit Friday, claiming federal agents illegally seized confidential information from him at a Chicago airport.
By Brett Zongker | Thursday Apr 28, 2011
Museum experts are weighing in on a censorship controversy at the Smithsonian Institution and what it means for publicly funded museums at a time when arts funding has been targeted for deep budget cuts.
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