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Germany Is Compensating Men Who Were Investigated Under Its Anti-Gay ‘Paragraph 175’

Extending its reparations, Germany is now compensating men who were investigated under the law, whether or not they were jailed

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German President Is Seeking Forgiveness for Persecution of Gays Under Nazi Rule

German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier asked forgiveness for the persecution of gay men not only under Nazi rule but also in the years after 1945

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Trump Just Signed FOSTA, a Law Sex Workers Agree Could Have Disastrous Effects

The signing finally happened, initiating a law designed to endanger sex workers by punishing any website that helps them

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BREAKING: A Homophobic New Law Seeking Arrests of Gays and Lesbians Was Just Proposed in Egypt

Proposed by parliament members, the Egyptian law seeks to arrest gays and lesbians for sexual relations, gatherings and more

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A Guide to Understanding LGBTQ Workplace Discrimination

While most states lack explicit LGBTQ protections against workplace discrimination, lawyer Justin Robinette says you can still have a successful case

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Gay Rights Group Slams Judge Who Called Rapist a ‘Good Man’

A gay rights group criticized a Utah judge for bias after he called a convicted sex offender a “good man” during sentencing

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Queer Ally and First Muslim Woman Judge in U.S. History Found Dead in the Hudson River

Sheila Abdus-Salaam, the first Muslim woman to serve as a judge in the United States and a queer ally, was found dead in the Hudson River on Wednesday

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A Gay Connecticut Lawmaker Just Introduced a Bill to Ban Gay Conversion Therapy

On Monday, Connecticut lawmakers, including openly gay Representative Jeff Currey, introduced a bill to ban gay conversion therapy

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India’s Gay Prince Calls for His Country to Decriminalize Homosexuality

Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, India’s first openly gay royal, called for his country to change its legal codes and decriminalize homosexuality

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Chinese Court Rules Trans Man’s Termination Unfair But Not Biased

In a legal first, a court in China has ruled that a trans employee was fired illegally, but not necessarily due to transphobia.

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