Thursday, September 11, 2008

Morning Sweep

On the seventh anniversary of 9/11, memorializes some of the LGBT people killed, and profiles a lesbian emergency responder who still suffers health problems as a repercussion of her bravery on that day.

Toe-tapping Sen. Larry Craig’s lawyers are arguing that he should be able to take back his guilty plea from his infamous airport sex sting.

The Blade profiles Lawrence Goldyn, an openly-gay former professor of Barack Obama who Obama has called a “strong influence.”

California’s top Episcopal bishops have announced their opposition to Prop. 8. They support marriage for same-sex couples, saying it promotes the "Christian values" of monogamy, love and commitment.

Maurice Sendak, the author of the famous children’s book “Where The Wild Things Are,” just came out to the New York Times.

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