Monday, May 5, 2008

Morning Sweep

New Jersey has become the second state to offer paid family leave to anyone with a civil union or domestic partnership.

In a national poll, less than half of gays who were asked four questions about their basic rights answered all of them correctly.

The California Supreme Court will soon hear arguments in a case of a lesbian whose doctors, after providing 11 months of fertility treatment, refused to artificially inseminate her because of her sexual orientation.

There’s an increase in colleges that are offering or considering gender-neutral housing, which can make life easier for LGBT students.

Publishers Weekly reflects on the status of gay and lesbian literature.

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