Monday, August 18, 2008

Morning Sweep

Same-sex marriage opponents in Massachusetts are trying to get a measure on the ballot to reverse the recent repeal of the 1913 law keeping out-of state same-sex couples from marrying there.

A column in Newsday praises AARP for proactively working to address the issues facing the aging LGBT community.

Only 10 out of 10,500 Olympic athletes are openly gay, according to Outsports, an online gay sports community.

The American Psychological Association recently released a resolution to become more supportive of transgender people and to take an active role in advocating against transgender discrimination.

Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi finally got hitched over the weekend.

The UK’s spy agency is seeking gays to apply to be secret agents. Where do we sign up?

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