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- “From Stonewall to Homeless,” a look at the challenge of the growing LGBT aging population.
- Montana might finally repeal its outdated law criminalizing sodomy.
- A nondiscrimination bill is advancing in the Virginia legislature.
- Did the state of Georgia violate a resident’s free speech by denying him vanity license plates that advocate for gay rights?
- A Christian-run Nashville music venue fired an employee who wore a band shirt that also expressed support for same-sex marriage.
- Ireland’s Equality Tribunal has ruled in favor of a gay employee who complained that he was discriminated against because of his sexual orientation.
- Nepal has introduced gender-neutral citizen documents for people who do not wish to be identified as male or female.
- U.S. Women’s Soccer star Megan Rapinoe has partnered with GLSEN to speak out against homophobic language: