Josef Molnar

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Uncivil Behavior

With more and more states granting same-sex marriage rights to LGBT couples, it might be easy to think that federal…

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Education

Matt Shepard’s Dad Disturbed by Tenn. Bills

The father of slain gay college student Matthew Shepard said he is disturbed by legislation in Tennessee that would ban…

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Local News

Civil Rights Symbol Lawrence Has Died

John Geddes Lawrence, who successfully fought the Texas sodomy statute in a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case, died on Nov.…

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Blog

Closing Arguments Begin in WikiLeaks Case

By PAULINE JELINEK and DAVID DISHNEAU Associated Press FORT MEADE, Maryland – Closing arguments started yesterday in the preliminary hearing…

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Blog

Yoga Brings New Energy to Flash Mob Concept

A yoga flash mob today married the ancient exercise and spiritual technique with hit-and-run fun at Montrose and Westheimer.

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International News

Hillary Clinton Makes Historic Equal Rights Speech to UN

United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently concluded a speech to the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland in celebration…

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Local News

Tittsworth Appointed to Professional Board

Josephine Tittsworth, a social worker and advocate for transgender issues, has been appointed to the board of the National Association…

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National News

9 Writers, 6 Actors, 1 Huge Topic: Gay Marriage

By MARK KENNEDY AP Drama Writer NEW YORK – It sounded like an impossible task: Write a play about gay…

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Local News

The AIDS Housing Coalition of Houston Seeks Donations

AIDS Housing Coalition Houston (AHCH) is seeking donations of clothing, space heaters, blankets, and funds to help the needy in…

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International News

Photo Show Chronicles Life of Gay Cubans

A photo exhibit in Massachusetts is chronicling the lives of GLBT people in Havana, Cuba.

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