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The Shelby County Reporter
LGBTQ protections draw fire in MontevalloChurch. “We have a sin problem.” Those who think the ordinance “would protect
The Shelby County Reporter / Posted 3 hours ago
Church. “We have a sin problem.” Those who think the ordinance “would protect their friends from being fired for being gay or lesbian” are wrong, Burr said. In Alabama a person can be fired without being told why, he said. “Some biological... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Amazon has a chance to redefine corporate responsibilityCompanies pay obeisance, and sometimes money, to racial and gender diversity, r
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 5 hours ago
Companies pay obeisance, and sometimes money, to racial and gender diversity, recycling, women's health, energy efficiency, gay pride, public schools, sometimes the arts. They use “social responsibility” to signal solidarity with current or... Read more
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New Now Next
Barack Obama Picks Gay Artist Kehinde Wiley To Paint His Official PortraitPresident. Former president Barack Obama has chosen the artist who will paint
New Now Next / Posted 6 hours ago
President. Former president Barack Obama has chosen the artist who will paint his portrait—Kehinde Wiley, a New York-based gay artist who is known for his twist on European style classical paintings featuring young black men and women. Wiley has... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Spurs spoil seemingly genius plan with 2 contracts worth $120 millionwith a quadriceps injury. Any trade including him would likely not return bette
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 9 hours ago
with a quadriceps injury. Any trade including him would likely not return better or equal value to the Spurs. The Spurs' future only becomes murkier with these contracts. They could have max cap space if Aldridge, Danny Green ($10 million for... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Girl Scouts have every right to be angry about new Boy Scouts rulecheese sandwiches and rehearsing for plays I would write — like “Pocahontas Mee
Chicago Tribune / Posted 10 hours ago
cheese sandwiches and rehearsing for plays I would write — like “Pocahontas Meets John Smith.” In a prescient nod to future gender controversies, our Pocahontas was played by a gorgeous little boy who would have brightened any number of... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
NBA Week One Power Rankings: The race for second place tips offtalent like Kawhi Leonard, a tried and true adaptive system, and veterans like
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 10 hours ago
talent like Kawhi Leonard, a tried and true adaptive system, and veterans like LaMarcus Aldridge, Pau Gasol and Rudy Gay in the fold, the Spurs are poised to again be regular season giants that nobody wants to see in the playoffs. For the... Read more
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TSN
TSN.ca's Southwest preview: Will the Rockets take flight?free-agent prize, Harrison Barnes, proved by averaging 19.2 points per game in
TSN / Posted 11 hours ago
free-agent prize, Harrison Barnes, proved by averaging 19.2 points per game in major minutes that, while he fits into the future in Dallas, he isn’t the future by himself. Dirk Nowitzki is back for a 20th season but is the franchise’s past. So the... Read more
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Reuters
They fled danger for a high-stakes bet on U.S. immigration courtsholding cell at a U.S. Customs and Border Protection processing facility, in Br
Reuters / Posted 12 hours ago
holding cell at a U.S. Customs and Border Protection processing facility, in Brownsville, Texas June 18, 2014. REUTERS/Eric Gay/Pool/File Photo Two months later, according to court documents, Ana was walking her 7-year-old daughter home from school... Read more
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Daily Echo
'You can't hide who you are inside': Firefighter opens up about keeping her female identity hiddenopened up in the Daily Echo about her transgender history, she reflects on wher
Daily Echo / Posted 19 hours ago
opened up in the Daily Echo about her transgender history, she reflects on where her journey has taken her and what the future might hold. She made the decision at the outset to be open about her transgender history in public. "I've had to... Read more
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Daily Echo
'You can't hide who you are inside': Firefighter opens up about transitioning into being a womanopened up in the Daily Echo about her transgender history, she reflects on wher
Daily Echo / Posted 21 hours ago
opened up in the Daily Echo about her transgender history, she reflects on where her journey has taken her and what the future might hold. She made the decision at the outset to be open about her transgender history in public. "I've had to... Read more
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Northern Echo
Providing a safe space in Darlington for LGBT community to report hate crime and get adviceand its latest project is a drop-in service for the LGBT community in Darlingto
Northern Echo / Posted 21 hours ago
and its latest project is a drop-in service for the LGBT community in Darlington. Bob says: “While Darlington is ‘gay’ friendly, there are still people in the community who feel isolated. The idea behind the drop-in is that it’s somewhere... Read more
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The Wesleyan Argus
Davis ’17 on Her New Novel: Consider an Author’s Personal History and the Role of Satireit, I just started making more of the characters queer. Like, each time, there’
The Wesleyan Argus / Posted 22 hours ago
it, I just started making more of the characters queer. Like, each time, there’d be another lesbian thrown in, or another gay person of some sort. And I don’t know why; it just happened.” Many portions of Davis’ story are based on her own life;... Read more
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NZCity
Sam Smith didn't "respect" himselfrelationship by this age. But then, I didn't move to London until I was 19. "I
NZCity / Posted 23 hours ago
relationship by this age. But then, I didn't move to London until I was 19. "I'd grown up in an area where I was the only gay guy in school, the only gay guy in my village. I'd definitely be emotionally richer now if I'd had a long-term... Read more
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WA Today
NBA tipoff 2017-18: Team-by-team preview as Golden State Warriors chase back-back titlebe good again but if the likes of Caris LeVert, Allen Crabbe and Russell leap a
WA Today / Posted yesterday
be good again but if the likes of Caris LeVert, Allen Crabbe and Russell leap ahead this season then it bodes well for the future. Chances: The Nets have nothing to lose but don't expect too many wins, if they get over 35 wins they will be... Read more
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The Free Press
Traveling “preacher” harasses students on Gorham campusof emotions among certain groups of students was so great that interactions wit
The Free Press / Posted yesterday
of emotions among certain groups of students was so great that interactions with administrators were not always positive. Gaylon Handy, a sophomore Psychology student, said that Erika Lammarre, rookie USM administrator and Director of Community... Read more
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Business Insider
The Spurs have washed away what looked like a genius plan with 2 befuddling contracts worth $120 millionwith a quadriceps injury. Any trade including him would likely not return bette
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
with a quadriceps injury. Any trade including him would likely not return better or equal value to the Spurs. The Spurs' future only becomes murkier with these contracts. They could have max cap space if Aldridge, Danny Green ($10 million for... Read more
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Canberra Times
Exaggeration not necessary to appreciate courage of menresearch results also suggest that there is no reciprocal relationship, that is
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
research results also suggest that there is no reciprocal relationship, that is, the use of cannabis resulted in future violent behaviour and not the reverse (for example, a violent person might use cannabis following an episode of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Archbishop Fisher's views stop at church doorthat he be intellectually rigorous in public debate. You can't argue about reli
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
that he be intellectually rigorous in public debate. You can't argue about religious discrimination being a consequence of gay marriage when any half-careful examination shows that most of the international cases of religious discrimination... Read more
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BC Local News
Kelowna kid planning to cut hair for charityneed. Joining him will be his cousin Alana, who is a cancer survivor and gets h
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
need. Joining him will be his cousin Alana, who is a cancer survivor and gets her hair cut every May. Archer’s sister, Abigayle, has also been inspired to grow out her hair and donate it at the same event. “My niece started the Balding for... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Harvey Weinstein: The key developments in his Hollywood downfalldecision to step aside indefinitely while he receives “professional help for th
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
decision to step aside indefinitely while he receives “professional help for the problems he has acknowledged”. What the future holds for Weinstein “depends on Harvey’s therapeutic progress, the outcome of the Board’s investigation and Harvey’s... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
It's tough to let goBy Tara Gay Tara Gray is a stay at home mom in Hanover. She says she was a mom
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted yesterday
By Tara Gay Tara Gray is a stay at home mom in Hanover. She says she was a mom in her heart before she became one. Tara enjoys any opportunity to get outside as a family and likes to go to places such as Carytown, Colonial Beach, Belle Isle, or a... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Kelowna kid planning to cut hair for charityneed. Joining him will be his cousin Alana, who is a cancer survivor and gets h
Kelowna Capital News / Posted yesterday
need. Joining him will be his cousin Alana, who is a cancer survivor and gets her hair cut every May. Archer’s sister, Abigayle, has also been inspired to grow out her hair and donate it at the same event. “My niece started the Balding for... Read more
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The Age
Exaggeration not necessary to appreciate courage of menresearch results also suggest that there is no reciprocal relationship, that is
The Age / Posted yesterday
research results also suggest that there is no reciprocal relationship, that is, the use of cannabis resulted in future violent behaviour and not the reverse (for example, a violent person might use cannabis following an episode of... Read more
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The Age
Archbishop Fisher's views stop at church doorthat he be intellectually rigorous in public debate. You can't argue about reli
The Age / Posted yesterday
that he be intellectually rigorous in public debate. You can't argue about religious discrimination being a consequence of gay marriage when any half-careful examination shows that most of the international cases of religious discrimination... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Exaggeration not necessary to appreciate courage of menresearch results also suggest that there is no reciprocal relationship, that is
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
research results also suggest that there is no reciprocal relationship, that is, the use of cannabis resulted in future violent behaviour and not the reverse (for example, a violent person might use cannabis following an episode of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Archbishop Fisher's views stop at church doorthat he be intellectually rigorous in public debate. You can't argue about reli
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
that he be intellectually rigorous in public debate. You can't argue about religious discrimination being a consequence of gay marriage when any half-careful examination shows that most of the international cases of religious discrimination... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
Kelowna kid planning to cut hair for charityneed. Joining him will be his cousin Alana, who is a cancer survivor and gets h
Lake Country Calendar / Posted yesterday
need. Joining him will be his cousin Alana, who is a cancer survivor and gets her hair cut every May. Archer’s sister, Abigayle, has also been inspired to grow out her hair and donate it at the same event. “My niece started the Balding for... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Bryan Singer Sex Abuse Case: The Troubling History Behind the Accusationswild parties were hardly a secret. During the mid- to late 1990s, as the Intern
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted yesterday
wild parties were hardly a secret. During the mid- to late 1990s, as the Internet bubble was inflating, a wide swath of gay Hollywood flocked to the 12,616-square-foot Encino mansion that 40-something Marc Collins-Rector shared with... Read more
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Canberra Times
NBA tipoff 2017-18: Team-by-team preview as Golden State Warriors chase back-to-back titlebe good again but if the likes of Caris LeVert, Allen Crabbe and Russell leap a
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
be good again but if the likes of Caris LeVert, Allen Crabbe and Russell leap ahead this season then it bodes well for the future. Chances: The Nets have nothing to lose but don't expect too many wins, if they get over 35 wins they will be... Read more
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Perth Now
Pete Helliar’s awesome yearStudios to be more like a panel show, where two groups of celebrities, led by c
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
Studios to be more like a panel show, where two groups of celebrities, led by comedian Dilruk Jayasinha and actor Virginia Gay, compete against each other with Helliar at the helm. The topics are diverse, ranging from the history of flying to... Read more
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Swissinfo
‘I feel like a man and a woman’lack of understanding about intersex. “Given that the term [intersex] includes
Swissinfo / Posted yesterday
lack of understanding about intersex. “Given that the term [intersex] includes the word ‘sex’, people think it means I’m gay. But being intersex has nothing to do with sexual orientation!”, he points out, raising his voice till it almost reaches... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Indonesia considers ban on 'destructive' LGBT-related TV contentthe private television station that aired the show "Opera van Java" last month.
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
the private television station that aired the show "Opera van Java" last month. She may have to do more than that in the future. Indonesia's parliament is considering national legislation that would ban lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender... Read more
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The Age
NBA tipoff 2017-18: Team-by-team preview as Golden State Warriors chase back-to-back titlebe good again but if the likes of Caris LeVert, Allen Crabbe and Russell leap a
The Age / Posted yesterday
be good again but if the likes of Caris LeVert, Allen Crabbe and Russell leap ahead this season then it bodes well for the future. Chances: The Nets have nothing to lose but don't expect too many wins, if they get over 35 wins they will be... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NBA tipoff 2017-18: Team-by-team preview as Golden State Warriors chase back-to-back titlebe good again but if the likes of Caris LeVert, Allen Crabbe and Russell leap a
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
be good again but if the likes of Caris LeVert, Allen Crabbe and Russell leap ahead this season then it bodes well for the future. Chances: The Nets have nothing to lose but don't expect too many wins, if they get over 35 wins they will be... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Surprise! Golden State is the team to beat out West, again( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Houston has gone all-in on a t
Pilipino Star / Posted yesterday
( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Houston has gone all-in on a title chase, giving up seven players, a future first-round pick and cash to bring Chris Paul over from the Los Angeles Clippers to join James Harden in a backcourt... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Egypt hunt down men, force anal examsare carried out by a forensic doctor who swore to respect his profession and it
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
are carried out by a forensic doctor who swore to respect his profession and its ethics.” This heightened crackdown on the gay community was triggered after a photo was shared online of a group of concert goers raising a rainbow flag. The display... Read more
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The Courier
Ballarat's Frolic Festival closes with a bangDylan Burns Ballarat’s inaugural Frolic Festival has drawn to a close, with or
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
Dylan Burns Ballarat’s inaugural Frolic Festival has drawn to a close, with organisers excited about what may come in the future. A ball at the Miners Tavern on Saturday night marked the end of the week-long festival to celebrate the LGBTQI... Read more
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The Mercury News
Early stage: This app could reduce the dangers of concussions in young athletesincluding Stanford, which requires all its student athletes to register with PR
The Mercury News / Posted 2 days ago
including Stanford, which requires all its student athletes to register with PRIVIT before participating in sports. In the future, the company is planning to expand beyond athletics. They hope to create a platform that helps high schools streamline... Read more
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Daily Mail
Meghan Markle's future role in the monarchy is causing 'conflict'Revealed: How planning Meghan's future role in the monarchy is causing 'conflic
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Revealed: How planning Meghan's future role in the monarchy is causing 'conflict' at the palace - as staff gear up for an engagement announcement Queen's former press secretary Dickie Arbiter spoke of 'conflict' to Sky News Said royal households... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
October 15, 2017bond and sales tax issues (hopefully) pass, then local leaders must look to inf
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
bond and sales tax issues (hopefully) pass, then local leaders must look to information technology and recreation for the future, not manufacturing and natural gas. GENE GOFFINGlade Park Good schools important to prosperity of community I am in... Read more
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Daily Mail
Queen Victoria's serial killer nurseonce been entrusted with the care of the Prince of Wales Royal mother: An 1845
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
once been entrusted with the care of the Prince of Wales Royal mother: An 1845 illustration of the Queen with Bertie, the future King Edward VII, and elder sister Victoria At a quarter to six in the morning on Saturday, June 10, 1854, Henry... Read more
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The Courier
A frolicking good timeDylan Burns Ballarat’s inaugural Frolic Festival has drawn to a close, with or
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
Dylan Burns Ballarat’s inaugural Frolic Festival has drawn to a close, with organisers excited about what may come in the future. A ball at the Miners Tavern on Saturday night marked the end of the week-long festival to celebrate the LGBTQI... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Coming to a theater near you: Dubai gets destroyed (again)the case of the “Star Trek” film, its producers picked Dubai because of its spa
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 2 days ago
the case of the “Star Trek” film, its producers picked Dubai because of its space-age look. “We came searching for the future and found it,” Jeffrey Chernov, one of the film’s executive producers, said in 2015. However, the cast later... Read more
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Daily Mail
Barnier is ready to push the UK off a cliffBrexit strategy. The Mail on Sunday understands Mrs May could try to persuade
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Brexit strategy. The Mail on Sunday understands Mrs May could try to persuade Mr Johnson that the post will aid him in a future leadership contest. However, Hillary Clinton yesterday warned that failing to secure a Brexit deal would put Britain... Read more
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WA Today
The xx prepare to take Australian crowds from joy to introspection then releasegoing to services and community centres." In Santa Barbara, California, the ba
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
going to services and community centres." In Santa Barbara, California, the band recently found there wasn't even one gay bar. "They just have their centre which they use as a place for people of all ages to come together to socialise and... Read more
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New Now Next
Superfruit Feels Their Love Fading In "Goodbye From Lonely" Videothey sing. “Oh, every part of me was tethered to what we used to be.” Grassi a
New Now Next / Posted 3 days ago
they sing. “Oh, every part of me was tethered to what we used to be.” Grassi and Hoying are also founding and current gay members of the Grammy-winning a cappella quintet Pentatonix. “With Superfruit, it’s a little more gay-friendly and a lot... Read more
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walesonline
These are the women who have spoken out about Harvey Weinsteingreat bravery by talking. That kind of abuse of power is absolutely unacceptabl
walesonline / Posted 3 days ago
great bravery by talking. That kind of abuse of power is absolutely unacceptable. We all, women and men, need to teach future generations about the power of respect and support for one another."Rose McGowan (Image: Richard... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
October 14six bombings, including the 1996 Centennial Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta, Ge
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 3 days ago
six bombings, including the 1996 Centennial Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta, Georgia. His series of anti-abortion and anti-gay-motivated bombings killed two people and injured at least 150 others between 1996 and 1998. He would spend five years on... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
October 14six bombings, including the 1996 Centennial Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta, Ge
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 3 days ago
six bombings, including the 1996 Centennial Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta, Georgia. His series of anti-abortion and anti-gay-motivated bombings killed two people and injured at least 150 others between 1996 and 1998. He would spend five years on... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Room 104 review: Once you check into HBO’s bizarre series, you won’t be able to escapelight escapes. Boy, does this room have stories to tell. It welcomes bored cou
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 3 days ago
light escapes. Boy, does this room have stories to tell. It welcomes bored couples, washed-up sports stars, and gay Mormons in stories that jump through time, and switch genres as smoothly as a murderer slipping on gloves – from broad... Read more
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