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“Children 404” shows how Russia’s anti-gay law makes life miserable for LGBT teens

“Children 404” will be shown at 7 pm Thursday, Sept. 4, at the Reading Town Square 14 Cinemas in San Diego, California. Simultaneous screenings will be held in five other U.S. cities on that night.

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More charges possible for man accused of willfully spreading HIV

The 29-year-old man accused of willfully spreading HIV to his sex partners across California may be facing additional charges after a judge on Thursday postponed his hearing and demanded he appear in court on Sept 2.

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Health insurance disparities plague LGBT Americans

More than a quarter of LGBT adults (25%) reported that they had a time in the last year when they did not have enough money to pay for healthcare or medicines for themselves or their families. This compares to 17% of non-LGBT adults.

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"Ex-gay" therapy survivor alleges sexual abuse by school leader after coming out

“After growing older and witnessing so many who are still harmed by the church and by efforts to correct homosexuality through traumatic and damaging tactics like the ones used against me, I finally realized that it is my duty to stand up against those who have harmed me.”

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Man charged in San Diego with willfully spreading HIV

A landscape architect known to frequent San Diego is being charged with knowingly infecting a man with HIV.

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ADOPT ME! Take Aden home!

Aden is a tabby-blue and white-colored short-haired cat. He is 9 years old and has been neutered.

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  • Michael Sam and the NFL's virulent homophobia

    Michael Sam was cut by the St. Louis Rams over the weekend. Over the following 24 hours, no other team had decided to claim the first openly gay player drafted to the NFL. Then came the news that the Rams didn't choose him for its practice squad. And though he could be picked for a practice squad for another team this week, NFL watchers believe his options are dim.

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