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Celebrities Come Out for Equality in 2015
Whether it’s coming out as LGBT or as an ally, countless American actors, athletes, musicians and YouTube sensations advanced the movement for equality in 2015.Read more
Coming Home: To Catholicism and to Self
Despite the Catholic Church hierarchy's anti-LGBTQ stances, Catholics of good conscious are giving hope to countless longing to hear that their Church embraces and accepts them.Read more
Health Disparities Among Bisexual People
Far too many lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people face bias and discrimination when seeking health care, and as we continue to work to address this critical issue, it’s imperative to address the specific needs of people who identify as bisexual (or something similar, including queer, pansexual or fluid).Read more
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