Thursday, April 24, 2008

Morning Sweep

A new study shows that the majority of LGBT 16 to 22-year-olds hope to find long-term partners by the time they’re 30 and to raise children with them.

Queerty found that the Attorney Generals who have endorsed McCain are notoriously anti-gay.

Journalist Larry King has spoken out against the murder of Lawrence King, the 15-year-old gay boy who shares his name. King supports the Day of Silence and says that “all students should be free to be themselves without the fear of name calling, bullying or harassment.”

Just in time to remind us why the Day of Silence is needed, an Illinois court has ruled that a student who wore a shirt with an anti-gay slogan to school was within her legal rights.

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