Missed On Our Gaydar: Same sex marriage coming to France, 15 inspiring religious leaders

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Exciting: The first same-sex marriage in France will happen in December!

More marriage news: trans lesbians wed in Britian

Married gay and lesbian service members sued the government

Jamaica sodomy law to face its first legal challenge

15 inspiring LGBT religious leaders

Scottish students urged to back gay marriage proposals

Singaporean LGBT website I Will Survive launched on October 11, 2011.

LGBT tourism as an emerging trend will be discussed at the Goa International Tourism Mart (GITM) and the Goa govt opens window to LGBT tourism ahead of the GITM conference.

North Carolina State University unites against hate speech

Great article on why kids with same-sex parents need legal protections

National adoption reform for LGBT parents is gaining momentum

The Girl Scouts of Colorado supports transgender youth

For the geeks in us, X-Men tackle teen LGBTQ suicides in Generation Hope

Occupy News

Judith Butler joins Occupy

Pepper-sprayed lesbian protester starts romance with male medic

Action Needed

The Ugandan Parliament revisits their Kill The Gays bill

A new study shows that children of gay families more likely to be poor

Homophobic bullying is rife in Northern Ireland schools

Horrifying: Cellphone captures boy beating gay student in Ohio

The National Anti-Violence Project reports that domestic violence in the LGBT community are on the rise (PDF).

Lesbian kiss on long-running British television show Coronation Street prompted screening in its new time slot.

Stop censoring: A new Eva Longoria film has lesbian scenes cut in Spain. (Odd side note: Why did Eva Longoria fake an accent in the movie?).


Lesbian lover of J Crew boss thought to have been behind split with husband revealed as jewellery exec

Kelly Clarkson explains lesbian rumors on The View

Dr. Jillian T. Weiss of The Bilerico Project shares with us some of her must-read trans blogs

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About JT

JT is originally from San Francisco, CA. She graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a degree in psychology, focusing primarily on gender and sexuality research. Seeking a change in 2008, she moved to Chicago, and what a change it has been! She can been seen walking and yelping about various Chicago neighborhoods. JT identifies as queer and bisexual, and she is currently dating a straight man. She has an unapologetic love for civil rights, whether it’d be for racial, gender, sexual, or political socioeconomic equality. Occasionally, she volunteers with Howard Brown Health Center to promote safer sex in Boystown.


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