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DOMA and What It’s Not

Today is a monumental day in US history and the history of LGBT rights.  But it is not a full victory.  We join in the celebration, but we also highlight the challenges that remain for full equality and for full…

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Can we make the world a “better place”?

I just received my copy of "Polyfidelity: Sex in the Kerista Commune and Other Related Theories on How to Solve the World's Problems." It's a book of writings and artwork published by the Kerista Commune. My first skim through the…

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Consent Alone Is Not Enough

Note:  Guest author David Stein has been involved in the gay leather-s/m community for almost four decades. In 1981 he was a co-founder of Gay Male S/M Activists (GMSMA) in New York, which for two decades was one of the…

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Basic Human Rights Should Not Be ‘Controversial’

"After dismantling Apartheid, when we sat down to write our Constitution, we quite deliberately ensured that gays, lesbians and bisexuals were included in South Africa's Constitution. "Having ourselves suffered terribly, we did not want to inflict discrimination on any group…

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State has no place in marriage

by Guest Blogger: Kent McManigal Recently, gay marriage has been all over the news. First, North Carolina voters decided to define marriage in such a way as to prevent homosexual marriages (among others), and then President Obama went on the record…

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Women’s Freedom From Violence in Jeopardy!

The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote as early as TODAY on the Adams version of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act, also known as VAWA, (H.R. 4970). This bill not only eliminates important provisions included in the…

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