5 LGBT things you need to know today, Oct. 29

1. "You've been given a mission of reconciliation. Jesus is not afraid to speak with truth, but Jesus is not shocked by people or disgusted by people." A report on the recent “The Gospel, Homosexuality and the ...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Oct. 7

1. The Washington Post says that yesterday's Supreme Court decision confirmed what we already knew—the fight over same-sex marriage is over. 2. The New York Times with “Scenes of exultation in five states as...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Sept. 25

1. “I’ve seen a longing for positive change – for peace and freedom and opportunity – in the eyes of young people I’ve met around the globe. They remind me that no matter who you are, or where you come from, or...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, August 19

1. The Smithsonian Institute is making an aggressive effort to beef up their LGBT history content. 2. The Advocate releases their annual “40 Under 40” list, featuring YouTuber Tyler Oakley on the cover. 3...
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Ga. school drops efforts to recoup legal costs from ‘Bully’ parents

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Murray County's school district is dropping its legal effort to recoup some $30,000 in court costs from parents who sued the school after their son committed suicide, according to the Fulton County Daily Report.

The parents, Tina and David Long, unsuccessfully sued the school district, alleging the district was negligent in protecting their 17-year old son, Tyler, from consistent bullying by classmates and that the bullying led him to hang himself in 2009.

The Longs, however, had their lawsuit dismissed and recently the school district, located in Chatsworth, Ga., sought legal recourse to get back money spent defending the case in court.

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Um, one of the sexiest moments in daytime TV history ever

 For women who love women and love to fantasize about smart, sexy, funny women who are also politically savvy and make your heart beat faster when you see their smile and are just amazed by these kinds of women and can't really say in a coherent way about how it makes you feel to see these women be themselves, here's a video clip that made me feel that way tonight.