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Gay activists urge Texas to drop marriage fight

Gay marriage activists, frustrated with delays in what could be a pivotal lawsuit, took aim at Gov. Rick Perry and Attorney General Greg Abbott, urging them to stop defending the state's gay marriage ban.    READ MORE »


HIV is on the decline. Unless you’re gay.

The latest CDC report on HIV cases over a decade includes a lot to celebrate in the fight against AIDS. New diagnoses are down drastically across every demographic category. Except gay men.    READ MORE »


Ga. argues gay marriage not ‘fundamental right’

Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens offered a full-throated defense of the state's same-sex marriage ban, arguing that gay marriage should not be judicially imposed on a public that once rejected it.    READ MORE »


Activists to Sam Olens: Drop gay marriage fight

A group of LGBT activists and gay families, armed with more than 3,000 petitions, on Monday called on Georgia Attorney Sam Olens to decline to defend the state's same-sex marriage ban.    READ MORE »


Survey says! Short guys get laid more

You won't be surprised to hear that gym bunnies and jocks score more tail than couch potatoes, or that younger guys outsex older ones. But shorter guys win too? Sorry, tall dark and handsome.    READ MORE »


Supporters: Free Atlanta drag queen from prison

Supporters of an imprisoned Atlanta drag performer are rallying virtually for her, accusing Georgia prison officials of human rights violations for refusing to provide her with hormone treatments.    READ MORE »


Gay activists to confront Sam Olens over marriage

Armed with a petition signed by more than 1,300 people, LGBT activists on Monday plan to deliver a firm message to Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens: Don't defend the state's gay marriage ban.    READ MORE »


Texas turns your union into ‘skim-milk marriage’

What happens when a gay Texas couple gets legally married elsewhere? They get smacked with the reality of their "skim-milk marriage" and their murky legal status.    READ MORE »


Parker lends arm to boost gay blood ban protest

Mayor Annise Parker brushed off her LGBT activist hat and lent her considerable political cred on Friday to a nationwide blood drive calling attention to a federal ban on gay male blood.    READ MORE »


Chronicle: Don’t snatch away HERO protections

The Houston Chronicle weighed in on efforts to undo the city’s new Equal Rights Ordinance, calling it a misguided effort to settle civil rights measures at the ballot box.    READ MORE »


Rep. John Lewis can’t stop being gay amazing

U.S. Rep. John Lewis never stops amazing gay Atlanta. He did it again on Friday with a two-sentence status update on Facebook that's received virtual cheers from thousands.    READ MORE »


Is this little blue pill the new condom for gay men?

Pop a blue pill once a day and cut your HIV infection risk by up to 92 percent. That’s the amazing promise of pre-exposure prophylaxis, PrEP for short, with the HIV med Truvada.    READ MORE »


Help reveal the gay judge who fired DADT icon

Col. Grethe Cammermeyer’s dismissal from the military for being a lesbian is one of the most infamous injustices of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell" era. So why does she call the gay officer who oversaw it a hero?    READ MORE »


Interactive tool maps HIV in Houston by zip code

Zip code by zip code across Houston and Harris County, a new interactive map helps visualize the HIV epidemic and shows that Montrose has the highest rate of HIV-positive people across the region.    READ MORE »


Interactive tool maps HIV in Atlanta by zip code

Zip code by zip code across Atlanta, a new interactive map helps visualize the HIV epidemic and shows that Downtown and Midtown have some of the highest numbers of HIV-positive people across the region.    READ MORE »


Gaymers split over first-ever gays in ‘Dragon Age’

Gaymers are abuzz as a major new video game promises its first-ever gay characters with groundbreaking depth. Meet Dorian and Sera, virtual players setting off a real-world debate.    READ MORE »


Gay people, straight blood needed for Houston event

Archaic. Discriminatory. Outdated. Unnecessary. Just dumb. These are a few of perfectly valid adjectives for the FDA and HHS ban on gay male blood donors. Now you can take a stand in Houston during the National Gay Blood Drive.    READ MORE »


Gay people, straight blood needed for ATL event

Archaic. Discriminatory. Unnecessary. Just plain dumb. These are a few valid adjectives for the FDA ban on gay male blood donors. Now you can take a stand during the National Gay Blood Drive.    READ MORE »


Help ‘Burly’ gay baker make sweet love to Atlanta

The best way Bill Armstrong knows to say “I love you” is with dessert. Now with your help, the gay Atlanta baker and his hunky friends are also saying “thanks” with a sexy calendar.    READ MORE »


Parker blasts effort against HERO ordinance

Mayor Annise Parker blasted a petition effort from opponents of Houston's new Equal Rights Ordinance, calling it a "strange obsession" to undo the city's first comprehensive non-discrimination law.    READ MORE »

 
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Category:  News


Gay activists urge Texas to drop marriage fight

Gay marriage activists, frustrated with delays in what could be a pivotal lawsuit, took aim at Gov. Rick Perry and Attorney General Greg Abbott, urging them to stop defending the state's gay marriage ban.    READ MORE »


HIV is on the decline. Unless you’re gay.

The latest CDC report on HIV cases over a decade includes a lot to celebrate in the fight against AIDS. New diagnoses are down drastically across every demographic category. Except gay men.    READ MORE »


Ga. argues gay marriage not ‘fundamental right’

Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens offered a full-throated defense of the state's same-sex marriage ban, arguing that gay marriage should not be judicially imposed on a public that once rejected it.    READ MORE »


Activists to Sam Olens: Drop gay marriage fight

A group of LGBT activists and gay families, armed with more than 3,000 petitions, on Monday called on Georgia Attorney Sam Olens to decline to defend the state's same-sex marriage ban.    READ MORE »


Survey says! Short guys get laid more

You won't be surprised to hear that gym bunnies and jocks score more tail than couch potatoes, or that younger guys outsex older ones. But shorter guys win too? Sorry, tall dark and handsome.    READ MORE »


Supporters: Free Atlanta drag queen from prison

Supporters of an imprisoned Atlanta drag performer are rallying virtually for her, accusing Georgia prison officials of human rights violations for refusing to provide her with hormone treatments.    READ MORE »


Gay activists to confront Sam Olens over marriage

Armed with a petition signed by more than 1,300 people, LGBT activists on Monday plan to deliver a firm message to Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens: Don't defend the state's gay marriage ban.    READ MORE »


Texas turns your union into ‘skim-milk marriage’

What happens when a gay Texas couple gets legally married elsewhere? They get smacked with the reality of their "skim-milk marriage" and their murky legal status.    READ MORE »


Parker lends arm to boost gay blood ban protest

Mayor Annise Parker brushed off her LGBT activist hat and lent her considerable political cred on Friday to a nationwide blood drive calling attention to a federal ban on gay male blood.    READ MORE »


Chronicle: Don’t snatch away HERO protections

The Houston Chronicle weighed in on efforts to undo the city’s new Equal Rights Ordinance, calling it a misguided effort to settle civil rights measures at the ballot box.    READ MORE »


Rep. John Lewis can’t stop being gay amazing

U.S. Rep. John Lewis never stops amazing gay Atlanta. He did it again on Friday with a two-sentence status update on Facebook that's received virtual cheers from thousands.    READ MORE »


Is this little blue pill the new condom for gay men?

Pop a blue pill once a day and cut your HIV infection risk by up to 92 percent. That’s the amazing promise of pre-exposure prophylaxis, PrEP for short, with the HIV med Truvada.    READ MORE »


Help reveal the gay judge who fired DADT icon

Col. Grethe Cammermeyer’s dismissal from the military for being a lesbian is one of the most infamous injustices of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell" era. So why does she call the gay officer who oversaw it a hero?    READ MORE »


Interactive tool maps HIV in Houston by zip code

Zip code by zip code across Houston and Harris County, a new interactive map helps visualize the HIV epidemic and shows that Montrose has the highest rate of HIV-positive people across the region.    READ MORE »


Interactive tool maps HIV in Atlanta by zip code

Zip code by zip code across Atlanta, a new interactive map helps visualize the HIV epidemic and shows that Downtown and Midtown have some of the highest numbers of HIV-positive people across the region.    READ MORE »


Gaymers split over first-ever gays in ‘Dragon Age’

Gaymers are abuzz as a major new video game promises its first-ever gay characters with groundbreaking depth. Meet Dorian and Sera, virtual players setting off a real-world debate.    READ MORE »


Gay people, straight blood needed for Houston event

Archaic. Discriminatory. Outdated. Unnecessary. Just dumb. These are a few of perfectly valid adjectives for the FDA and HHS ban on gay male blood donors. Now you can take a stand in Houston during the National Gay Blood Drive.    READ MORE »


Gay people, straight blood needed for ATL event

Archaic. Discriminatory. Unnecessary. Just plain dumb. These are a few valid adjectives for the FDA ban on gay male blood donors. Now you can take a stand during the National Gay Blood Drive.    READ MORE »


Help ‘Burly’ gay baker make sweet love to Atlanta

The best way Bill Armstrong knows to say “I love you” is with dessert. Now with your help, the gay Atlanta baker and his hunky friends are also saying “thanks” with a sexy calendar.    READ MORE »


Parker blasts effort against HERO ordinance

Mayor Annise Parker blasted a petition effort from opponents of Houston's new Equal Rights Ordinance, calling it a "strange obsession" to undo the city's first comprehensive non-discrimination law.    READ MORE »

 
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