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Struggle for marriage equality advances

Struggle for marriage equality advances

The fight for equal same-sex marriage rights has dominated much of the news and activism of the LGBTQ community over the last decade. In 2004, not a single state allowed for same-sex marriage. Now, same-sex couples can get married in 19 states, the District of...

The fight over Chelsea Manning with the SF Pride Board

The fight over Chelsea Manning with the SF Pride Board

Support for Manning reflects anti-war sentiment Chelsea Manning, a U.S. army soldier and anti-war activist who faces life in prison for exposing war crimes committed by the U.S. military, was elected by the Pride Electoral College to be one of the grand marshals for...

Cuba: ‘for families free of homophobia’

Cuba: ‘for families free of homophobia’

An interview with Mariela Castro The following interview by Dalia González Delgado originally appeared in Granma Internacional. Director of the National Sex Education Center (CENESEX) and editor of the Sexology and Society magazine, a graduate in Education,...

A history of LGBTQ workers’ struggles

A history of LGBTQ workers’ struggles

Decades of fighting discrimination on the job On February 16, 1991 when Cheryl Summerville was called into the manager’s office, she had already heard that the Cracker Barrel had formalized a policy to fire lesbians and gay men, and were interrogating workers...

Responding to hate crimes: from protest to resistance

Responding to hate crimes: from protest to resistance

The killing of Mark Carson, a 32-year-old gay man from Harlem, in the early morning hours of May 18, in the heart of Greenwich Village marks a tragic boiling point in a recent string of anti-LGBTQ bashings in Manhattan that has left the LGBTQ community reeling with...