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British Shopping Chain Announces Gender Neutral Changing Rooms after Controversy

By Ryan Lynch | Sunday Nov 19, 2017
After a transgender person was denied entry to a female changing stall, British retail chain Topshot will be adding gender-neutral changing rooms.

Germany Votes to Recognize Third Gender

By Ryan Lynch | Saturday Nov 18, 2017
German lawmakers are clearing the way for people to officially identify in a third gender category.

Popular Gay Attorney Runs for Fort Lauderdale City Commission

Saturday Nov 18, 2017
It's official - George Castrataro is running for office. On Tuesday the local attorney announced his candidacy for Fort Lauderdale City Commission, District 2, in the city's 2018 municipal election.

California Approves LGBT-Inclusive Textbooks in Elementary, Middle School Curriculums

By Brittany Ferrendi | Saturday Nov 18, 2017
LGBT people are a part of history. Now California is encouraging schools to make that a known fact. California is now the first and only state to include LGBT-inclusive textbook recommendations.

Watch: Starbucks Celebrates Lesbian Couple in Holiday Ad

By Donyae Lewis | Sunday Nov 12, 2017
The winter holidays are right around the corner, which means Starbucks is back with their signature holiday cups. However, this year the company has taken a leap to be more inclusive featuring a same-sex couple in their commercial.

Disney Channel Show Banned From Kenya Following Gay Storyline

By Donyae Lewis | Sunday Nov 12, 2017
There's no question that Disney Channel's original series "Andi Mack" saw their ratings soar with their introduction of a gay character during the show's second season premiere. But that didn't stop Kenya from banning the show.

New Site Scores Churches on LGBT-Friendliness

By Brittany Ferrendi | Sunday Nov 12, 2017
New website Church Clarity uses crowdsourcing to help the religious LGBT community find an inclusive church they can feel accepted in by "establishing a new standard for church policy disclosure."

Over One in Four People Think Same-Sex Relationships Should be a Crime

By Donyae Lewis | Sunday Nov 12, 2017
According to a 2017 Ilga-Riwi global attitudes survey of 77 countries and territories, more than one in four people believe people who are in same sex relationships should be criminalized.

Tall Texan Tapper Talks About Show Biz Career

By JW Arnold | Saturday Nov 11, 2017
Tommy Tune has always stood out in a crowd. The gangly six-foot-six (and a half)-inch-tall kid couldn't be missed in the line-up of aspiring chorus boys at his first Broadway audition. Fortunately, for adoring fans, he wasn't.

200-Year-Old Baptist Church Approves Same-Sex Marriages

By Donyae Lewis | Saturday Nov 11, 2017
After what was described by pastors and deacons of First Baptist Church of Christ in Macon, Georgia as an "exhausting journey," members of the congregation can now participate in same-sex marriage.

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