Monday, May 12, 2008

Morning Sweep

The New York Times reflects on the positive feedback that Republican Assemblywoman Teresa Sayward has gotten in response to her support of the marriage equality bill.

In further evidence of Vito Fossella’s hypocrisy, a source told the Daily News that he shuns his openly gay sister and won’t attend family gatherings when she’s present. Let’s hope his 3-year-old is raised with better “family values.”

NPR continues their in-depth look at transgender youth with the story of a family that chose a puberty-delaying treatment for their gender-questioning child and a Q&A with doctors on the controversial treatment.

An Advocate story about ex-gay programs challenges assumptions about the movement and its opponents.

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