Thursday, January 31, 2008

Morning Sweep

Gay City News endorses Barack Obama for next week's Presidential primary election, noting that both he and Hillary Clinton "truly offer hope to LGBT Americans that help is on the way."

A board of trustees for schools in Woodstock, NY has approved the formation of a gay-straight alliance for local middle and high school students.

Queerty's Andrew Belonsky conducts a fascinating interview with the president of the State Department's gay employees group, Gays and Lesbians in Foreign Affairs Agencies, which works to secure equal benefits for gay and lesbian State Department employees and their families.

Seventy-five percent of Spaniards support gay marriage after two years of it being legal in their country.

Kevin Jennings, Executive Director of GLSEN, has announced that he is leaving the organization that he founded an has lead since 1994.

The Saint Paul Pioneer Press features a moving opinion piece written by the mother of a lesbian who proudly advocates for equal rights for all gays and lesbians.

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