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Gallup poll confirms gay marriage momentum

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Gallup released a new poll today that found a majority of Americans support legalizing same-sex unions. Gallup, which has regularly tracked the issue since the middle of last decade, found that 53 percent of Americans now support marriage equality.

In 2010, Gallup found that only 44 percent of Americans were in favor of such unions.

According to Gallup, only 27 percent of Americans supported legalizing same-sex marriage in 1996. Gallup's findings are in line with recent polls conducted by CNN/Opinion Research and CBS/Washington Post that also found a slim majority of Americans were supportive of same-sex marriage.

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AIDS prevention study seeks gay Hispanic men

User Insight is partnering with the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) for a study on a new AIDS prevention website currently in development. The study is taking place on Tuesday, Oct. 12, at User Insight’s Sandy Springs offices and should take a little more than an hour to complete.

Gay Hispanic men who complete the survey will be given $80 for their time.

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Philip Palmer from Radial Café on 11Alive

Philip Palmer, owner of Radial Café, winner of the best Vegetarian/Organic restaurant in the Georgia Voice Best of Atlanta survey, will be on local news station 11Alive tomorrow morning to discuss the nation-wide egg recall.

Radial Café, known for its organic breakfast menu, has not been affected by the recall, according to Palmer, who is gay. So far, more than 550 million eggs have been recalled due to fears of salmonella contamination.

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By the numbers: Episcopal Church

2 - Openly gay bishops in the Episcopal Church, after Rev. Canon Mary Glasspool was consecrated May 15. 7 - Years since the Episcopal Church consecrated its first openly gay bishop, Rev. Gene Robinson, setting ...