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The director of Gone, But Not Forgotten offers a touching and inspiring movie about a young gay man who might let an accident ruin his chances of happiness. Explorations of romance and tragedy make this independent drama a memorable experience.

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Violent Rhetoric from Family Research Council Sets Stage for Violent Treatment of LGBT Activists

Last weekend at the "Values Voter Summit," sponsored and organized by the Family Research Council, GetEQUAL -- a national civil rights organization fighting for full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Americans -- encountered a violent and extreme reaction from what appeared to be a hired security firm and from conference-goers when activists entered the conference announcing, "Your values are killing us!"

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Top Romney Surrogate Compares LGBT People to Drug Users and Polygamists

The Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization – is condemning remarks from Kansas Secretary of State and Mitt Romney surrogate Kris Kobach, in which he compared LGBT people to drug users and polygamists. ThinkProgress reported that Kobach made the remarks while debating the GOP platform’s marriage equality language today in Tampa.

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Chicago...The Musical Returns to Dallas Even Better than Before!

Image The website for Chicago the Musical boasts: CHICAGO has everything that makes Broadway great: a universal tale of fame, fortune and all that jazz; one show-stopping-song after another; and the most astonishing dancing you've ever seen.  Those are bold and grand claims, and they are all true!

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Catching Up With . . . John O'Hurley

John O'Hurley is best known for playing J. Peterman for nearly five years on Seinfeld, but if that is all you know, you are missing out on many great facets of this amazing man.  Post Seinfeld he has written two best selling books, two best selling CD's and hosted Family Feud for four years, starred on Broadway, oh, and somewhere in there he became part owner of the J. Peterman Catalog.  In researching him I found out two things, there is nothing this man is not good at, and he is a really nice guy.  I caught up with John at his home in L. A.

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Romney-Ryan Ticket Out of Touch with Americans on LGBT Equality

The Human Rights Campaign – the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization – is responding to Mitt Romney’s selection of Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) as his running mate. Ryan’s voting record in Congress – and his public remarks – make it clear that he does not support the dignity of LGBT Americans; a matter on which he is out-of-touch with the majority of Americans – even those within the Republican Party.

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Adah Menken’s Gay Friends

On December 18, 2010 the “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy was repealed by an act of Congress and, finally, gays may serve openly in the U.S. military. In June 2011 New York, at the urging of Governor Andrew Cuomo, became the sixth state to legalize same-sex marriage. Recently, the U.S. Court of Appeals in San Francisco overturned California’s Proposition 8, ruling voters couldn’t deprive gay couples of the right to marry.

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Civil and Human Rights Coalition Calls Republican Refusal on VAWA “Vexing and Horribly Misguided”

Nancy Zirkin, executive vice president of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, issued the following statement after Republicans refused to allow the House to take up a Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) that includes provisions to protect especially vulnerable communities, including college students, American Indians, immigrants, and LGBT individuals:

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Antonique Smith Launches Debut Album "Speechless" Via Kickstarter

Imagine an artist who possessed the melodic soul of Adele, the acrobatic notes of Barbra Streisand and the high-energy of Beyoncé — that would be the pitch-perfect fusion of Antonique Smith. The critically acclaimed actress is amped to conquer the entertainment industry with her solo album, Speechless. Now, fans can be part of Antonique Smith's journey via Kickstarter, an innovative fundraising platform.

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Marriage Equality to Be Included in Democratic Party Platform

Today the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, applauded the Democratic Party platform drafting committee for approving language that adds support for marriage equality to the Party’s platform.  The language must now be ratified by the full platform committee and then by the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte this September.

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Texas Conservative Senators Set An Obstruction Record Today

In a 56 - 34 vote, Republican leadership filibustered the nomination of Judge Robert Bacharach to a federal appellate court with jurisdiction over six states -- despite strong bipartisan support, including from his two conservative Republican home state Senators.

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50 Years Later, It’s Time to Accept School Prayer Ruling, Bible Scholar Says

This summer marks 50 years since the Supreme Court ruling that effectively banned official prayers in public schools. Ever since, wave after wave of proposed bills and amendments have sought to undo that ruling – or at least circumvent it. And now, a former minister says prayer as government-sanctioned religious training never had a place in public school classrooms anyway.

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Today, on the eve of the 103rdAnnual Convention, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) mobilized clergy throughout the Houston metropolitan area to participate in the first annual Day of Unity, an event designed to inspire pastors to talk about HIV/AIDS as a social justice issue with their parishioners. Using the NAACP’s new manual, The Black Church and HIV:

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Gay Rights Go Global - Social Media Takes International Organizizing For LGBT Rights to New Level?

Gay rights have never been more in the international spotlight, and as Global Pride kicks off in London this weekend, it is an opportunity to celebrate the unprecedented numbers of people who are connecting online to make real progress on rights for LGBT people.

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Blue Man Group is Pure Bliss

I am heading to see the Blue Man Group at Bass Hall.  I love going to the Bass for two reasons.  The quality of their offerings and their location. Situated in the middle of Sundance Square, you can park once and take in all Downtown Fort Worth has to offer.  Sundance has a vibe and energy unlike downtown in any other large city around the state.

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Young HipHop Artist Comes out of the Closet in Unconventional Move to Help Others.

While Ripparachie’s musical career has gone from strength to strength, personal turmoil has blighted his happiness since childhood. Having struggled to be himself for many years, he has now proudly come out as gay to his fans; hoping that his experiences can change society’s acceptance of sexuality for good.

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Catching Up With . . . Idina Menzel

When I was growing up there was a saying that things come in three's.  I don't know where that originated, but through life it has seemed to be true for me.  On Broadway in the nineties there was a case were this old adage rang true, and all in the same show.  There was the introduction of “Wicked” – one of the greatest Broadway Musicals of all time, and its' two stars Kristen Chenoweth and Idina Menzel.

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Extremist Voices Continue Hijacking Religion to Attack LGBT People

The Human Rights Campaign – the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization – is strongly condemning the latest round of anti-LGBT rhetoric from extremist religious voices. In a disturbing video that is going viral, a child in church is singing a song that concludes with the line “ain’t no homos gonna make it to Heaven” – a line met with wild applause and a standing ovation by the congregation.

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