DAILY SPOTLIGHT

“Gaydar” by Heidi Hirsch   Gaydar, according to Merriam Webster, is defined as slang: the ability to recognize homosexuals through observation or intuition. Wikipedia defines it as a colloquialism referring…

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Jul 6
2017
Jun 20
2017

Gay? Was it something I didn’t wear? by Heidi Hirsch I would venture to say that at some point in a gay person’s life they are confronted with the annoying…

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Check out my page – DOB Unknown  It’s still a work in progress. I am listing individuals alphabetically. Read about: Andrew Ahn – a Korean-American independent film maker Margarita Alcantara…

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Feb 4
2017
Jan 11
2017

By Lindsay-Rae McIntyre, Chief Diversity Officer, IBM IBM is proud of our long-standing commitment to fostering diversity, acceptance and inclusion. We strongly oppose discrimination of any kind toward anyone. IBM…

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On Decemer 9th, 2016, the Cherokee Nation recognizes same-sex marriage. Todd Hembree, the tribe’s attorney general wrote, “The right to marry without the freendom to marry the person of one’s…

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Dec 9
2016
Nov 9
2016

Posting the letter from Equality California. It sums up my feelings and I’m sure many others. We will get through this. Stay strong. Equality California We are deeply saddened and…

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V O T E! If you want to keep the LGBT rights we’ve gained, it’s important that you vote up and down ticket Democrat.

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Nov 7
2016
Aug 31
2016

Thank you, Bea Arthur The Bea Arthur Residence, a homeless shelter for LGBT youth named for the Golden Girls star, will officially open in 2017. The shelter was made possible…

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An LGBT Place to Visit The Alice Austen House, also known as Clear Comfort is located at 2 Hylan Blvd., Staten Island, New York City, New York. It was the…

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Aug 22
2016
Aug 2
2016

Thank You Rodney Wilson LGBT History Month would not exist without Missouri history high school teacher Rodney Wilson. In 1994, at the age of 29, he came out to his…

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