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Celebrate Your Unforgettable Wedding Day at The Garrison

Mar 16
When you hold your wedding at The Garrison, you'll build a relationship with a dedicated Special Event Manager. Todd Smith and Annie Rozycki are the experts who work directly with bridal parties.

Family Says Bullying Caused Wy. Gay Man to Take Life

Mar 11
The family of a gay student from Wyoming says bullying led him to take his own life this week.

Cyndi Lauper Honored at Russell Simmon's Rush HeARTS Luncheon

By EDGE | Mar 10
Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation is proud to celebrate the 4th Annual Rush HeARTS Education Luncheon by honoring Cyndi Lauper, Co-founder of the True Colors Fund.

High Court Voids Alabama Ruling Against Lesbian Adoption

By Mark Sherman and Phillip Lucas | Mar 7
The Supreme Court says Alabama's top court went too far when it tried to upend a lesbian mother's adoption of her partner's children.

Sheen Seeks to Cut $55,000-a-Month Child Support Payment

By Anthony McCartney | Mar 5
Charlie Sheen recently sold his profit participation rights to comedy series "Two and a Half Men" for nearly $27 million, the actor disclosed in a court filing seeking to cut child support payments for his twin sons.

Fathers' Viral Pic of Newborn Baby Used in Anti-Gay Campaign

Mar 3
A 2014 photo that went viral and shows a gay couple welcoming their newborn baby into the world is now being used for anti-gay campaigns in Europe.

Raising Awareness of Childhood Hearing Loss On March 3, World Hearing Day

By EDGE | Mar 3
World Hearing Day, an annual initiative by the World Health Organization held on March 3, is dedicated to childhood hearing loss and aims to raise awareness about public health strategies to reduce the prevalence and impact of hearing impairment in kids.

California School Asks Students to Remove Anti-Gay Symbols

Mar 2
A California school district has reversed course and will now ask students wearing anti-gay stickers on their identification badges to remove them pending further investigation.

Study: Transgender Children Allowed to Live Openly Fare Well

By Lindsey Tanner | Feb 26
Young transgender children allowed to live openly as the gender they identify with fared as well psychologically as other kids in a small study that suggests parental support may be the key.

W.Va. Lesbians Allegedly Called 'An Abomination' by County Clerk

By Winnie McCroy | Feb 11
When a lesbian couple from West Virginia went to get their marriage license last week, they were dismayed and humiliated to find that it came with a message of condemnation from the deputy clerk that issued it.

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