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California extends help to LGBTQ migrants

Violence and persecution have driven migrants northwards to the American border—and often, into detention camps. Among these travelers are a fair number of LGBTQ persons. These asylum-seekers are subject to ...

Sankofa: Engineered Strides in Curing HIV

To this day, the AIDS epidemic that flared up in the 1980s is considered Gay History 101. It’s a deeply sobering part of our community’s history that saw some of our older members attending multiple funerals a ...

Lebanese court rules being gay is not a crime

A Court of Appeals in the nation of Lebanon has ruled that homosexuality is not a crime. It is the highest court ruling regarding the legality of the LGBTQ in the country's history. There has been a long-ter...
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Cutting Through the Noise of the New Hands-Free Law

House Bill 673, also known as the “Hands-Free Law,” was passed by the Georgia General Assembly this year, and signed into law by Governor Nathan Deal. It went into effect on the first of this month, but there...

Brett Kavanaugh: For Better or For Worse?

July 9, 2018: In the moments after President Trump announced Brett Kavanaugh as his nominee to the Supreme Court of the United States — a U.S. Court of Appeals judge for the D.C. area and one who could replace ...