Friday, April 18, 2008

Morning Sweep

Representatives from the NY Rangers and Madison Square Garden have finally met with gay advocacy groups to address concerns about homophobic slurs regularly shouted during hockey games.

A fascinating new book of photographs examines LGBT youth living in a Hell’s Kitchen homeless shelter.

In a first-person piece in The Advocate, “Good As You” blogger Jeremy Hooper reveals his strategy to ending homophobia: to befriend instead of belittle anti-gay activists.

New Passover traditions include gay-friendly seders and political and feminist discussions.

Uruguay has become the first Latin American country to marry a gay couple under a new law that allows them to enter civil unions if they’ve cohabitated for more than 5 years.

GLSEN’s blog has some great insight and information on the national Day Of Silence (coming up on April 25).

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