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GLAAD on Golden Globe winners: Glee, Kids Are All Right

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), the nation's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) media advocacy and anti-defamation organization, today congratulated the LGBT winners and nominees of the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards.

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Nonviolence and the Ongoing Struggle for Justice

Walter Naegle is the surviving partner of the late civil/human rights leader Bayard Rustin.  He kindly offered to pen this editorial exclusively for dot429: Nine days after the shocking gun violence in Tucson, our nation pauses to reflect on the life of a leader in the African-American struggle for civil rights, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. An apostle of nonviolence, Dr. King lived under the constant threat of violence from those who sought to keep America from expanding its commitment to equal opportunity and justice.

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New book explores why decision to be child free is rising

No Way Baby! Exploring, Understanding, and Defending the Decision NOT to Have Children by Karen Foster provides her narrative along with personal insights from more than 50 childless-by-choice adults in support of those considering that option and their loved ones who still don't understand.

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GLAAD Demands Radio Outlets Rescind Airtime to Anti-American Westboro Baptist Church in the Wake of Tucson Shootings

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) today called on the nationally syndicated Mike Gallagher Show, KXXT-AM in Tolleson, Arizona, and CFNY-FM, 102.1 "The Edge" in Toronto to rescind their offers to reward the Westboro Baptist Church with airtime.

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HRC to North Carolina Rep. Larry Brown: Apologize for Your Hateful and Extremist Statements

Yesterday in an interview with the Winston-Salem Journal, North Carolina State Representative Larry Brown said “the government should not spend money to treat adults with HIV or AIDS who ‘caused it by the way they live.” According to the newspaper, he went on to say he thinks the government shouldn't spend money to treat HIV among people "living in perverted lifestyles."

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"Best of Gaycities" 2010 Winners Announced

GayCities, the world's largest LGBT community-driven city guide, today announced the winners of its annual "Best of GayCities." GayCities members voted on their favorite places around the corner and across the globe.

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Just in time for Valentine’s Day, filmmaker Rob Williams offers a gay romantic comedy that explores issues impacting many of his viewers. Steve Callahan and Mathew Montgomery co-star in a new release from Guest House Films.

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Human Rights Campaign Statement on New Jersey Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights

Today New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed a landmark Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights into law.  The legislation, passed almost unanimously by both houses of the state legislature in November, is the toughest state anti-bullying law in the country.

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2011 Flashpoints for LGBT Equality

Today the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization, released “2011 Flashpoints for LGBT Equality,” a media primer on the LGBT issues landscape for the coming year.  The document includes a new analysis of the make-up of the 112th Congress being sworn in today and shows that anti-LGBT lawmakers hold a majority of seats in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Transgender Trial Judge Makes History

On January 4, 2011, moments before making history at a special en banc session of the Superior Court of California by taking an oath of office to be the first openly transgender trial judge in the country, Victoria Kolakowski (who underwent gender reassignment surgery in 1991) spoke exclusively with dot429 in her dressing room at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center.  Kolakowski expressed her excitement and humility:

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Statement by the American Foundation for Equal Rights on 9th Circuit Orders in Perry v. Schwarzenegger

Lawyers Theodore B. Olson and Theodore J. Boutrous, Jr. for the American Foundation for Equal Rights (AFER) during a conference call today responded to orders issued today by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Perry v. Schwarzenegger.

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GLSEN Welcomes Barnes & Noble as Official No Name-Calling Week Partner to Combat Bullying

GLSEN is pleased to announce that Barnes & Noble, the world’s largest bookseller, has become an official partner of No Name-Calling Week, presented by Cisco. The eighth annual No Name-Calling Week will take place in thousands of schools across the country on Jan. 24-28. Barnes & Noble also declared that January will be No Name-Calling Month in its stores and online.

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“Captain Owen Honors was acting more like the president of a frat house rather than the executive officer of the U.S.S. Enterprise.  We call upon the Navy to investigate this matter thoroughly.  It is very important that the most senior leadership make it absolutely clear that this kind of bad behavior and poor judgment is not only unacceptable, but that there is no place in the Navy for those who engage in this sort of frat house behavior in the workplace,” said Aubrey Sarvis, Army veteran and executive director for Servicemembers Legal Defense Network.

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Rosie O'Donnell's Controversial Life Hits The Comic Pages

She went from the “Queen of Nice” to the “Queen of Mean”. She's hosted her own TV show and appeared in big-budget movies. Today she boasts her own radio show. It's been quite a life, so far, for comic, actress and talk show host Rosie O'Donnell. And Bluewater Productions will capture a slice of it in its latest biography comic, Female Force: Rosie O'Donnell.

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Human Rights Campaign Statement on President Signing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Repeal into Law

“Today gay and lesbian patriots serving their country in silence, and thousands more who wish to serve the country they love, can breathe a sigh of relief that “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” is on its way out. Soon, all service members will be able to serve with the full honesty and integrity the uniform demands.  No more careers will come to an end because of an unjust law.  ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ has weakened our military readiness and is now on its way to the dustbin of history.”

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“In signing this bill today, President Obama delivered on a defining civil rights measure for our country and for gay, lesbian, and bisexual service members who have been silenced for far too long. Clearly, this is President Obama’s Lyndon Johnson moment in history. A measure of dignity has been restored to thousands of service members on active duty, and to over a million gay veterans who served in silence.

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GetEqual Issues Statement on The Repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

Today, GetEQUAL - a national lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization applauded congressional action on the repeal of the discriminatory law known as Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. After a cloture vote held this morning and a final vote moments ago, the United States Senate with bi-partisan support declared their clear support towards ending the discrimination of all LGBT service men and women and took another step towards creating equality and justice for all LGBT Americans.

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“Gay, lesbian and bisexual service members posted around the world are standing a little taller today, but they’re still very much at risk because repeal is not final.  I respectfully ask Defense Secretary Robert Gates to use his authority to suspend all ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ investigations during this interim period.  Until the President signs the bill, until there is certification, and until the 60-day Congressional period is over, no one should be investigated or discharged under this discriminatory law."

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