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  • Telling Our Stories: Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott Fujita’s Marriage Equality PSA

     
    In the next part of the Telling Our Stories series (which reminds us all of the power that we can have to change hearts and minds by highlighting online messages of equality), we look at the power of straight allies coming out in brave and unexpected ways...
  • GLAAD's full-page ad denounces ABC cross-dressing sitcom 'Work It'

     
    Ad campaign against ABC's controversial cross-dresser sitcom "Work It."...
  • Gay groups to meet with ABC over cross-dressing sitcom 'Work It'

     
    Gay groups to meet with ABC over controversial sitcom "Work It," about cross-dressers...
  • Fashion News: Tim Tebow's marketing potential noted

     
    The Denver Broncos' Tim Tebow has breakout marketing potential. Full lineup for Coachella announced. Anna Wintour's Runway to Win has fashion designers selling merchandise to benefit the Obama campaign. And Solange Knowles signs with a modeling agency....
  • Gay marriage: Fights have begun in Washington, N.J., Maryland...

     
    Gay marriage: Legislation to allow gay marriage is moving forward in Washington, New Jersey and Maryland, but opponents are fighting back. Here's a national round-up of legislation and upcoming or pending ballot initiatives that are in the works in six...
  • Fashion News: Givenchy, Bulgari part of Madonna's halftime show

     
    The fashion world had reason to smile during Madonna's Super Bowl halftime show. The opening number was "Vogue," featuring lighted replicas of Vogue magazine, and the star dressed in Givenchy Couture and Bulgari jewels....
  • Gay marriage: Prop. 8 ruling cheered, but U.S. impact not clear

     
    Proposition 8: An appeals court ruling on Proposition 8 was seen as a victory not only for gays and lesbians in California, but also for gays and lesbians fighting for same-sex marriage in other parts of the country....
  • Teens say growing up gay is tough, but easier in California

     
    It's not easy growing up gay in America, despite the nation's increasing acceptance of same-sex marriage and other issues of gay equality. But gay teens say it's easier if you happen to live in California....
  • Gay rights group: Target protest to continue

     
    by Tom Hamburger and Jennifer Martinez Following the breakdown of negotiations, the nation's leading gay rights organization said Monday that it will continue to protest Target Corp. over a donation used to support a Republican gubernatorial candidate...
  • Sigh

     
    Even with control of the White House and both houses of Congress and poll results like these -- CBS News Poll. Aug. 20-24, 2010 "Do you favor or oppose permitting gay men and lesbians to serve in the military? Favor......
  • Live blogging tonight's Chicago mayor's debate

     
    Posted by Tribune staff at 6:50 p.m.; the live blog is done. Will update from 7 to 8 p.m. during WTTW's Chicago mayoral debate featuring Rahm Emanuel, Gery Chico, Carol Moseley Braun and Miguel del Valle. You can watch Ch.......
  • Kobe Bryant's anti-gay slur is indefensible; afterward is a nonapology, then reconciliation

     
    First came the anger. Lakers guard Kobe Bryant punched his chair, threw his towel and then threw an anti-gay slur at referee Bennie Adams amid frustration for picking up his 15th technical foul of the season Tuesday during the Lakers-Spurs game. Then came...