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Corporate America Picks Up Equality Mantle During Trump Years (Months?)
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Women Who Paved the Way: Arts Patron Winnaretta Singer
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Much Ado About LeFou
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Can We Trust Comey After He Helped Put Trump in Power?
Former FBI agent Susan SurfTone has reservations that the bureau's director will investigate Donald Trump impartially.
Carmen Carrera Has a Message for Brazil and Betsy DeVos
The model and entertainer is fighting for trans lives in the U.S. and abroad in the Fusion docuseries Outpost.
The Handmaid's Tale Trailer Calls Out Apathy as a Cause of Its Totalitarian Regime
Hulu has released the first full-length trailer for its series based on Margaret Atwood's eerily accurate dystopian novel.
Rick Perry Furious After Texas A&M Elects Gay Student Body President
U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry said the gay student's win "made a mockery of due process and transparency."
Democrats Will Try to Block Neil Gorsuch Confirmation
Gorsuch is “not a neutral legal mind but someone with a deep-seated conservative ideology,” says Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer.
Women Who Paved the Way: Journalist Lorena Hickok
Today's queer woman to know for Women's History Month is best known for her close relationship with Eleanor Roosevelt, but she's so much more than that.
Germany to Compensate 50,000 Gay Men Convicted Under Nazi-Era Law
Under "Article 175," gay men were criminalized in post-World War II West Germany.
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