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Intersex Community Continues Fight for Identity

By Ryan Lynch | Saturday Oct 14, 2017
The intersex community at large is fighting for children being able to choose their own identity - especially in the face of medically unnecessary and controversial surgeries which leave them without choice.

Under Mississippi Law, It's Okay To Turn Gays Away

By Donyea Lewis | Saturday Oct 14, 2017
According to a Mississippi law that went into effect Oct. 10, government and private businesses can deny service to individuals based on their religious beliefs.

Married Lesbian Seeks South Florida U.S. House Seat

By John McDonald | Saturday Oct 14, 2017
Lauren Baer has a chance to make history. If elected next fall, Baer would become the first Congresswoman in a same-sex marriage.

Gay Utah Man Identified As Victim of Las Vegas Tragedy

By Donyae Lewis | Saturday Oct 14, 2017
This past Sunday in Las Vegas marked the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. The shooter opened fire at a country music festival on the city's strip, killing 59 people and injuring more than 500 others.

Tallahassee School Yanks Non-Binary Teacher from Children Classes

By Brittany Ferrendi | Saturday Oct 14, 2017
Chloe Bressack was supposed to teach math and science to elementary school children. Instead, parental outrage over the teacher's non-binary identity caused administration to take Bressack out of the classroom.

Fighting with Fruit: Anita Bryant's Long-Lasting Legacy

By Christiana Lilly | Saturday Oct 14, 2017
A banana cream pie was a part of one of the most iconic moments in the gay liberation movement.

Suicide Rates Increasing Among Bisexual Men

By Colton Wooten | Thursday Oct 12, 2017
Research from the University of British Columbia has discovered an increasing trend of suicide rates among gay and bisexual men who make less than $30,000 a year and who do not have college degrees.

Policies Renewed in Pakistan for Trans People to Receive ID Cards

By Donyae Lewis | Sunday Oct 8, 2017
As of last week, trans people in Pakistan are now allowed to use their 'gurus' name instead of their parent's name when registering for their country computerized national identity card (CNIC).

Trans Democrat Fights Back Against Transphobia: 'This Is Just Who I Am'

By Brittany Ferrendi | Sunday Oct 8, 2017
A woman running for a seat in the Virginia House of Delegates is on the receiving end of transphobic comments - but she won't just sit and take it.

Teenager Comes Out During Live BBC Debate

By Colton Wooten | Sunday Oct 8, 2017
A 16-year-old student named Andy came out publicly as bisexual during a live debate on the BBC's Newsbeat broadcast, whose discussion centered around sexual consciousness among the emerging Generation Z.

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