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Ray Castro, Veteran of 1969 Stonewall Rebellion Dies at 68

Raymond Castro, a veteran of the 1969 Stonewall Rebellion in New York City, died in his hometown of Madeira Beach, Florida on Saturday, October 9th.  He was 68 years old and is survived by his husband of 31 years, Frank Sturniolo, 50. On June 27, 1969 Castro was inside the Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street, on the first night of the uprising and is documented as the only person arrested that evening who was known to be gay, according to historian David Carter.

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Gay leaders/celebs return to their high schools to support gay teens

In the midst of a national wave of anti-gay bullying and violence, a powerful short video premiering today reveals how one person can change a school – and the lives of hundreds of gay and straight youth – in just one day.

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GLAAD and Facebook Work Together to Remove Anti-Gay Comments

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), the nation's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) media advocacy and anti-defamation organization, today announced that Facebook has put new measures in place to respond more quickly to hateful comments posted to a memorial page dedicated to those lost to anti-gay bullying.

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New Clip from 'The 4 Complete Ed Sullivan Shows Starring The Beatles' DVD - In Stores Now!

When The Beatles stepped onto Sullivan’s New York stage on Sunday, February 9, 1964, to make their American TV debut, 86 percent of all TVs on at that hour – 73 million Americans – tuned in.  It was the most-watched program in history to that point and remains one of the most-watched programs of all time.

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Catholics for Equality Condemns Anti-Gay Comments By New York Catholic Gubernatorial Candidate Carl Paladino

In response to comments yesterday by New York Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino, the board of Catholics for Equality issued the following statement:

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The String (Le fil)

A gay man returns to Tunisia after his father’s death. His mother expects him to stay and marry a woman.

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Human Rights Campaign Condemns Carl Paladino’s Divisive Remarks

The Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization, today condemned New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino’s anti-gay speech in which he said he didn’t want children “brainwashed into thinking that homosexuality is an equally valid or successful option.”

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No cookies? No cupcakes? No problem. A lack of sweet treats can’t stop the IUPUI "Havey Milk" Dinner this National Coming Out Day, Oct 11.

Shane Windmeyer, founder and executive director of Campus Pride, the leading national non-profit working to build future LGBT and straight ally student leaders, is scheduled to keynote IUPUI’s Inaugural Harvey Milk Dinner on National Coming Out Day, Oct. 11, 2010, 6:30 p.m., IUPUI Campus Center, Room 450C. The engagement kicks off Windmeyer's LGBT History Month National Campus Tour to over twelve colleges and universities this Fall.

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Out and Proud Actress Deborah Stewart Celebrates National Coming Out Day

National Coming Out Day is Monday, October 11 and in today’s LGBT political climate, it is more important than ever that actors and actresses are openly true to who they are. After landing the leading role in “Maple Palm” (2006), Deborah Stewart, one of the LGBT community’s fastest growing stars, decided it was her time to be true to herself and come out of the closet.

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Statement from Human Rights Campaign President on New York City Hate Crimes

Today, Joe Solmonese, president of the Human Rights Campaign, issued the following statement on the news that a group of nine men reportedly beat, sodomized, and robbed two men and attacked a third for being gay:

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Shrek…The Musical. Animation come to life, and it’s Amazing!

Ok, let me come clean right from the start.  I was not enthused about going to see Shrek the Musical.  I loved the film, who didn’t?  I was however, not clear on how you could transform the great story and the brilliance of Mike Myers and Eddie Murphy to the stage.  Not to mention I knew the hall would be filled with kids.  Don’t get me wrong, I love kids, but that is probably because I have none.

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Catching Up With . . . Debbie Gravitte

When I heard about An Evening with Judy Garland, the upcoming season opener for the Irving Symphony, my first thought was this is brilliant, why someone hasn’t done this before is beyond me.  My next question is who has the chutzpah to take on the original diva.

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HRC’s National Coming Out Day To Take Place Next Week in Midst of Bullying-Related Suicides

The Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the nation’s largest civil rights organization dedicated to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality, announced the theme for National Coming Out Day (Monday, October 11) is Coming Out for Equality.The importance of this year’s event will be heightened by the recent news of teen suicides precipitated by anti-LGBT bullying and/or harassment.

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GetEQUAL Announces the Launch of “We’ll Give When We GetEQUAL” Campaign

With less than a month until Election Day, GetEQUAL – a national, direct action lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization – announced today the release of a campaign urging LGBT voters to demand action from national elected leaders before donating time or money to political parties and committees.

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The Royal Palms, North America’s Largest Luxury Gay Resort opens in Fort Lauderdale in January 2011

The Royal Palms opened in Fort Lauderdale in 1991, creating a new brand of luxury accommodations for gay getaways and helping to launch the city's international reputation as a top gay resort destination. Now, Royal Palms founder Richard Gray is raising the bar again with a major expansion and renovation that adds 50 rooms in two neighboring properties to the existing 12-room guesthouse.

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GLAAD Study Reveals Significant Increase in Number of LGBT Characters for 2010-2011 Broadcast TV Season

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) today released the 15th annual "Where We Are On TV" study, a comprehensive review of scripted LGBT primetime characters in the 2010-2011 television season. After more than doubling last year, the overall number of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) characters on broadcast networks continues a steady rise, though broadcast networks still report no transgender or black LGBT characters.

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NYC Activists to stage 'FLASH MOB: HOMOPHOBIA KILLS DIE-IN' at Grand Central Station NYC, Friday at 6 p.m.

On Friday, Oct. 8th at 6 p.m. New York City activists will hold a "Flash Mob: Homophobia Kills Die-In" at  Grand Central Station Main Concourse to make the point that homophobia kills.

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Lady Gaga Makes List of "50 People Who Matter" in 2010

Lady Gaga made it to #44 on the New Statesman's list of "People Who Matter in 2010," which recognizes individuals "with global influence and the power to change our world."

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