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California high school student joins ACLU to advocate for H.R. 4530

“All I ever wanted was to be able to go to school and just be myself. But I couldn’t do that when the people I was supposed to be learning from were judging me and telling me something was wrong with me. How was I supposed to learn when I was constantly scared?” - high school student, Rochelle Hamilton

PFLAG San Diego offers student scholarship

The San Diego chapter of Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) is again offering its' annual LGBT student scholarship.

From the field: Calling to win back marriage

While I’ve had my share of hang-ups, I’ve talked to some amazing volunteers on the phone – and then met them in person at the next phone bank! I’ve talked to supporters young and old and found them equally dedicated, including married, same-sex couples, allies and others.

Open strategy forum on "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" announced

This Open Strategy Forum on 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' will be a unique opportunity to bring together those in the grassroots, netroots and political communities who are interested in getting this law repealed this year.

Why marriage in Mexico City matters

Mexico City’s landmark law granting same-sex couples marriage and adoption rights went into effect yesterday. For a gay Latino living in the U.S., full marriage equality in Mexico’s capital means more than just a potential wedding location.

New report raises doubts about flag officer letter supporting DADT

What is not honestly disclosed by proponents of this list is that the overwhelming majority of its signers have never even served during the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" period, and even fewer have ever served in the 21st century military.

Fred Karger: Open letter to Maggie Gallagher

Why are you, all your financial backers and all your high-priced attorneys across the country hell-bent on destroying so many lives and hurting so many people, just as they are about to experience the happiest day of their lives?