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"Princess of Africa" comes out for LGBT equality

"Princess of Africa" and South African singer Yvonne Chaka Chaka knows we are all equal.

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Irene Monroe: LGBT communities divided on Israeli-Palestine conflict

LGBT Americans stand on both sides of the Israeli-Palestine conflict, and the passions dig out another fault line in our communities.

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The persecution complex: The Religious Right’s deceptive rallying cry

Religious freedom is a core constitutional value and a cornerstone of our liberty. But the Religious Right’s narrative of religious persecution is not only far from the truth; in many cases the narrative itself serves to undermine true religious liberty and individual freedom for all.

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COMMENTARY: Keep Pride colorful

With the world’s attention fixed on our fight for equal rights, there is a voice of concern emerging within the gay community, asking: Are they getting our good side?

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Have gay groups set their own trap with a religious exemption in ENDA?

A lot of people are wondering if LGBT groups and members of Congress set a trap for themselves and the rest of us by backing a broad religious exemption in the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA).

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  • Gay marriage dividing Republicans

    Marriage equality promises to be a forefront watershed issue for the Republican Party in the lead up to the 2016 Presidential Election.

  • Letter to the community: Local official comes forward to repudiate lie by HRC's Fred Sainz

    There are many within the Republican Party who supported Prop 8, and there are others like Carl DeMaio who are willing to take on their own Party on this issue. Regardless of the reader’s position on Prop 8, this is about accuracy and telling the truth about what really transpired in 2007.

  • Rep. Scott Peters scrubs website, removes blog with gay slur

    "Make no mistake, were it not for Log Cabin Republicans holding Congressman Peters' feet to the fire today, the offensive story that was allowed to linger on his website's front page for days would still be there, and this apology would not have been forthcoming," Log Cabin Republicans Executive Director Gregory T. Angelo stated.

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