Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Morning Sweep

Michael Rogers (via Huffington Post) points to the outpour of support for Mike Gravel from LGBT bloggers in a piece that talks about the emerging power of the LGBT netroots community.

The New York Times writes about gay Native Americans who have left reservations and moved to cities (in this case, New York City) to find acceptance.

Washington lags far behind Wall Street when it comes to providing LGBT people with equality.

Detailing the pain and struggle that binational same-sex couples face, the LA Times discusses another way in which tens of thousands of gays and lesbians are discriminated against in this country.

A court in Oregon ruled that gay and lesbian couples should not be treated any differently than straight couples when it comes non-biological parental rights.

It looks like Bill Richardson will also participate in the Logo/HRC debate.

Newsflash: Whole Foods likes gay people.

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