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Canadian couple celebrate 50 years together

Jean Baker and Sharon Colter celebrate 50 years together.

Jean Baker and Sharon Colter began their courtship at a parking lot in Canada, outside a gay bar.

The year was 1966, and Baker was 26-years-old, raising two small children by herself reports CBC News.

NOM announces an international sister organization

Brian S. Brown will head both the National Organization for Marriage and its new international branch International Organization for the Family.

East coast based National Organization for Marriage (NOM) has branched off into a sister organization called International Organization for the Family, or IOF.

Founder of NOM Brian S. Brown sent out an email announcement on Saturday, saying the fight to save traditional marriage in the U.S. could be better focused if those same efforts could be handled abroad.

Dead Australian teen’s mother is now the one being cyberbullied by sick trolls

Amanda Unsworth (right) gets cyberbullied by social media troll, only days after her son's death.

In what should be a time of grief for an Australian mother who lost her son to suicide this month, Amanda Unsworth has instead had to fight off trolls who have taken her son’s identity and pursued her on social media with hateful and disrespectful comments.

Survey pinpoints most homophobic states based on tweets

Transgender topics generated more discussions than hate speech, especially when it came to Caitlyn Jenner. 

A social media survey of US states with the most pejorative language used in social media reveals that the southern states are the worst offenders of homophobic, racist and transphobic terms in their feeds.

Trump wins the American presidency

Donald Trump will become America's 45th President.

Donald Trump will be the United States’ 45th president.

After a night of intense back-and-forth and electorate vote speculation the 70-year old business man swept through middle America taking the majority of the votes with him.

Trump won 289 votes compared to Clinton’s 218.