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Hillary Clinton Shares Letter From Gay Dads 'Scared' of GOP

Feb 5
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton recently shared a moving letter from two gay dads, who support her campaign and say they're "scared" of the GOP presidential candidates who don't support same-sex marriage.

For the World's Most Scrutinized Body, Barbie Has a New Look

By Beth J. Harpaz | Jan 29
Poor Barbie. She had plastic surgery to become more socially acceptable. But a lot of her critics still don't like her.

Gov. Cuomo Awards $1.6M For Youths Battling Addiction

By EDGE | Jan 29
On January 28, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced more than $1.6 million in annual funding to create first-of-their-kind adolescent substance use disorder clubhouses in seven regions across New York State.

Anna Duggar Opens Up About Josh & 'Difficult Year'

Jan 26
Anna Duggar, the wife of disgraced "family values" activist Josh Duggar, released a statement Saturday, opening up about how "2015 was the most difficult year of my life."

Gay Man Says 'Conversion Therapy' Banned Him From Seeing Family

Jan 25
A gay man from New York is opening up about undergoing the harmful "conversion" therapy, saying the treatment banned him from seeing members of his family, specifically his mother and sisters.

Court: N.Y. Farm Owners Discriminated Against Lesbian Couple

By John Riley | Jan 24
A New York court last week ruled that the owners of a farm used as a wedding venue violated the state's nondiscrimination law when they turned away a lesbian couple seeking to hold their wedding ceremony there.

Widower Receives Apology After Australia Fails to Recognize Marriage Following Husband's Death

By Rhuaridh Marr | Jan 24
A dream honeymoon quickly became a nightmare after a British man fell to his death in Adelaide, South Australia.

Bill Would Toss Adoption Preference For Heterosexual Couples

By Bob Christie | Jan 24
Democrats in the Arizona Legislature want a law that requires judges to give preferences to married heterosexual couples in adoption stricken from the books.

Parents: Students Ridiculed During Anti-Bullying Workshop

Jan 22
Parents say students at a Pennsylvania school were asked personal questions that opened them up to ridicule during what was supposed to be an anti-bullying workshop.

Mom Lauds Gay Son in Houston Newspaper Ad to Condemn HERO Defeat

Jan 21
After the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO), a law that extended protections to LGBT people in the Texas city was defeated by voters, a mother from Washington state wanted to show support for her gay son, who lives in H-Town.

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