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Before Voting This Week, Know These 10 Openly LGBTQ U.S. Politicians

This year’s midterm elections are going to be hugely important; before you vote, make sure you know about these 10 queer candidates

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Politics
This Massachusetts Anti-Trans Ballot Measure Could Impact All of America

Question 3 asks voters if they’d like to keep anti-discrimination protections, and if it fails, expect to see similar bills across the country

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Business
Restaurant Gets One-Star Yelp Review for Hanging Rainbow Flag Outside: ‘I’ve Had it with This Place’

“It’s clearly geared and catered ONLY to those who rally behind the rainbow flag.”

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Culture
35 Sexy, Silly & Campy Snapshots of Provincetown’s 40th Annual Carnival Week

It was one of the gayest, most debaucherous celebrations of the year as the 40th anniversary of P-Town Carnival Week rolled into town

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Culture
High School Students Need LGBTQ Visibility In the Classroom, Now More Than Ever

Many teachers and activists are fighting to bring an LGBTQ curriculum into the classroom so that our important history isn’t forgotten

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Politics
A Queer American Leader Named Maura Healey Is Rising in New England

A great role model for the LGBTQ community, she fighs to keep minorities safe in a country that is increasingly hostile to their presence

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News
Gay Human Trafficking Ring Preyed Upon Men with Mental Disabilities

A gay human trafficking ring recently broken up by police involved cocaine and heroin addiction, extortion, death threats and men with mental disabilities

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Politics
After Trump’s Win, There’s a Plan to Abolish the Electoral College

Clinton won the popular vote, but the Electoral College elected Trump. Both Clinton and Trump want it abolished, so why does it still exist?

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Our Election 2016 Guide to the Races You Should be Watching!

Even though Donald Trump won the presidency, so did marijuana, transit expansion and quite a few LGBTQ candidates in other races: here’s how it all shook out!

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Politics
After Marriage: The Future Of The U.S. LGBT Movement

One LGBT leader thinks that if the U.S. Supreme Court rules for national marriage equality, the LGBT rights movement could get weaker.

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