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Pride Month May Be Over, But It’s Time to Focus on Registering LGBTQ Americans to Vote

America’s LGBTQ community has a rich legacy of grassroots activism and a fighting spirit when it comes to social justice, and we love to herald those traits as indicative of our unique power and sense of community — particularly during Pride Month, which we saw come to a close yesterday.[…]

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News
49 Years Ago, America Got Its First Look at ‘The Homosexual Couple’

In 1971, Jack Baker and Mike McConnell became the first gay couple to be married—long before marriage equality became legal

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News
Today’s LGBTQ Supreme Court Victory Sits on the Shoulders of Black Americans’ Vital Contributions

Despite winning marriage equality throughout the U.S. five years ago, many did not know that it was still legal to fire an LGBTQ person because of their sexual orientation or gender identity in 25 of the 50 states. It is estimated that 4 of every 10 LGBTQ Americans live in[…]

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Entertainment
67 Years Ago, U.S. Feds Tried To Kill The First Gay Magazine

After ONE Magazine debuted in 1953, the U.S. government harassed its writers and put it on trial for obscenity, just because it was gay.

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