Friday, September 28, 2007

Morning Sweep

The Advocate reports on the likelihood of having trans-inclusive language stripped out of the federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act.

The Matthew Shepard Act passed in the Senate as an addition to the Department of Defense Authorization bill. Next stop: President Bush.

Republican presidential candidates (led by Mitt Romney) launched an attack against Democratic presidential candidates who stated in Wednesday's debate that they would be fine with public school teachers reading to second graders a story about two princes falling in love.

A high school student in Ithaca was told to go home because she was wearing a t-shirt saying "Gay? Fine By Me."

The Washington Blade profiles five 2008 Senate races that have the potential to make a big impact on advancing LGBT rights.

David Mixner provides an in-depth look at John Edwards' recently announced plan to tackle HIV/AIDS.

Both Out and Genre magazines have declared that we're living in a "post-gay" world, but they each have very different things to say about what that means. (via Queerty)

1 comment:

Paul said...

Congrats to Heathyre Farnham, a high school student in Ithaca, NY for standing up for what she believes in (and we all know is right). I'm continually disappointed with educators today, such as Principal Ann Sincock who told Heathyre that her t-shirt saying "Gay, OK by me" was inappropriate. It's people like her that should be sent home.