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My stepfather came back from Vietnam in the mid-'70s, a broken man with post-traumatic stress disorder and health complications that grow more dire the older he gets. His PTSD has lasted 40 years; he couldn't "just let it go" as some people have admonished. READ MORE.
The unspeakable tragedy in Orlando, in the midst of Pride Month, has shaken the LGBT community to the core. Pride Month is a celebration of who we are and how far we've come. How can we celebrate after 49 of our brothers and sisters were murdered in cold blood? How can we march with tears in our eyes and pain in our hearts? READ MORE.
Not since June 24, 1973 when a madman fire-bombed the UpStairs Lounge in New Orleans has the LGBT community suffered such slaughter at the hands of hate. On that horrible day, 43 years ago, 32 of our own were burned to death. No one was ever charged or punished for that crime. Ever since, unfortunately, random violence has shadowed our journey to freedom. Over a dozen MCC churches have been burned to the ground. READ MORE.
Early yesterday morning, fifty LGBTQ Americans were brutally murdered for who they are and whom they love. Equality Michigan mourns the lives taken and extends our heartfelt condolences to the families of those slain in the deadliest anti-LGBTQ hate crime and worst mass shooting in our country's history. READ MORE.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - One judge will hear all three challenges to a Mississippi law that will let clerks cite religious beliefs to recuse themselves from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. READ MORE.
- Mariah Carey Q&A: Visions of (Unconditional) Love, Bravery and Bad Hair Through the Lens of a Longtime 'Lamb'
- 'We Are Orlando' Gatherings Planned
- The Butch Beneath Our Wings: Lea DeLaria Talks Historical Almost-Canceled Arsenio Stint, Making Tough Chicks Cry & Why 'LGBT' Needs To Go
- Ferndale Wedding a First for a Pride Festival in Michigan
- It's Latte Than You Think
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