Monday, July 16, 2007

Morning Sweep

The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, in its "Giving Back" column, profiles a community activist who is making a difference in the lives of LGBT people.

Elizabeth Edwards once again speaks out for gays and lesbians in condemning the murder of a gay man in Sacramento by a group of homophobic Russians. She also said that her husband would "would help repeal more than a thousand laws that discriminate against same-sex couples."

HRC reconsiders its participation "policy" and invites pro-marriage candidate Mike Gravel to the Aug. 9 debate that it's co-sponsoring with Logo.

Deb Price writes that the LGBT community has good reason to be worried about the Supreme Court.

Being gay in Turkey is not as bad as it once was, but there's still a lot of work to be done in order to be sure that LGBT are treated equally in the world's most progressive Muslim country.

Being gay in Turkey Hollow, on the other hand, is a different story...

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