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Billie Jean King Celebrates 45th Anniversary of Title IX

Billie Jean King Celebrates 45th Anniversary of Title IX

Jun 23
Billie Jean King celebrated the 45th anniversary of Title IX at the New York Historical Society.

Female Legislators Rise Up Against Closed Door AHCA

Female Legislators Rise Up Against Closed Door AHCA

Jun 23
Prompted to anger by the closed-door negotiations of Republican men on the secretive Senate version American Health Care Act, female legislators are speaking out about the right to universal health care, and the need to protect women and girls.

Number of 'Resistance' Groups Set to Lead NYC Pride March Grows to 18

Number of 'Resistance' Groups Set to Lead NYC Pride March Grows to 18

Jun 23
NYC's Pride March will be one for the record books this year.

People Are Paying $25K for Anal Rejuvenation Surgery, Thanks to this Gay Doc

People Are Paying $25K for Anal Rejuvenation Surgery, Thanks to this Gay Doc

Jun 23
A gay doctor from New York City is pioneering a procedure called anal rejuvenation - and it comes with a hefty price tag.

HRC Blasts Pence for Endorsing Focus on the Family's Anti-LGBT Agenda

HRC Blasts Pence for Endorsing Focus on the Family's Anti-LGBT Agenda

Jun 23
The scheduled Pence appearance is being viewed by HRC as a clear indication of the Trump Administration's hostility and opposition to LGBT equality during Pride Month.

Forget that Catholic Funeral if You're Married and Gay

Forget that Catholic Funeral if You're Married and Gay

Jun 23
In Illinois at least, the idea of the Catholic Church becoming a welcoming place for the LGBT community remains a remote concept.

A Look at U.S.-Canada Border After Airport Stabbing

A Look at U.S.-Canada Border After Airport Stabbing

By Jeff Karoub | Jun 23
Authorities say a Canadian man from Tunisia crossed legally into the U.S. days before stabbing a police officer in the neck at a Michigan airport.

Venice's First Female Gondolier Announces He's Transgender

Venice's First Female Gondolier Announces He's Transgender

Jun 23
A gondolier who made headlines a decade ago for being the first woman to enter the male-dominated cadre of Venice's canal rowers has announced he is transgender.

Serbia Ruling Party Gathers Support for Proposed Gay PM

Serbia Ruling Party Gathers Support for Proposed Gay PM

By Jovana Gec | Jun 23
Serbia's first openly gay and female prime minister is set to take office in the staunchly conservative country next week after ruling populists mustered majority support for her in Parliament.

At Pride Events, Protests Claim Prejudice, Exclusion

At Pride Events, Protests Claim Prejudice, Exclusion

By Deepit Hajela | Jun 23
Gay pride marches in New York City, San Francisco and in between this weekend will have plenty of participants - and also protests directed at them from other members of the LGBT community.

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