Lisa Middleton Became The First Trans Mayor Of Palm Springs, CA!

Lisa Middleton became the first transgender person elected as Palm Springs mayor.

A historic moment in Palm Springs as Lisa Middleton becomes the city's third transgender mayor.

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Three Pro-LGBTQ Bills Introduced In Kentucky

Three LGBTQ rights bills were introduced in Kentucky.

Kentucky has brought forth three bills concerning the LGBTQ community. One aims to revoke an outdated law criminalizing same-sex relations, another targets the ban of "conversion therapies," and the third strives to prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

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Will Tina Kotek Become Oregon’s First Lesbian Governor?

Oregon House Speaker Tina Kotek is running for governor.

Tina Kotek declared her bid to become the next governor in 2022, with a view to serving the state of Oregon.

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Fair And Equal Michigan Concedes Defeat In Supreme Court

The Fair and Equal Michigan campaign died in the state’s supreme court.

A fight for equality goes awry: The equal rights campaign, Fair and Equal Michigan, has acknowledged its defeat in the face of discrimination.

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Danica Roem, Dawn Adams, And Mark Sickles Were Re-Elected In Virginia!

Danica Roem, Dawn Adams, and Mark Sickles were re-elected to the Virginia House of Delegates.

Cheers to Virginia! The trio of LGBTQ state legislators have triumphed in their re-election bids for the Virginia House of Delegates.

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Michigan: A Third Gender Option For Driver’s Licenses And ID Cards

Michigan gender marker change on driver’s license and ID cards.

Recently, the State of Michigan has implemented a new third gender option for individuals seeking driver's licenses and state identification cards!

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Rebecca Maurer Became First LGBTQ Person Elected To Cleveland City Council

Rebecca Maurer was elected to the Cleveland city council ward 12.

Join us in celebrating the historic victory that has seen Rebecca Maurer becoming the first openly LGBTQ+ councilperson in Cleveland!

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LGBTQ Couples Can Now Get Married In The Diocese Of Albany

Albany Diocese opens the door to same-sex marriage.

Joining a list of churches across New York State, the Episcopal Diocese of Albany has now opened its doors to same-sex marriages as the latest development in this ongoing progression.

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Beth Robinson Becomes The First Lesbian Judge To Serve In A Federal Court Of Appeals

Vermont supreme court lesbian associate justice to serve in a federal circuit court of appeals.

Justice Beth Robinson of the Vermont Supreme Court has achieved confirmation for her new role in the 2nd U.S. District Court of Appeals!

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Ariella Rosen And Becca Walker Became The First Lesbian Rabbis To Tie The Knot!

Ariella Rosen and Becca Walker are openly gay women rabbis from the conservative movement who got married.

Today marks a historic and joyous occasion for the Jewish LGBTQ+ community - two Conservative lesbian rabbis have tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony!

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Hired, Fired, Rehired: The Story of a Lesbian Coach at Benet Academy

Illinois catholic high school fired but rehired lesbian coach.

Lesbian coaches have faced discrimination in the past, but what makes this particular story different is that not only was a lesbian hired and then fired by their school, but the support received led her to be rehired.

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What’s Next For Marriage Equality In Texas?

Texas lawmaker is wondering if the supreme court ruling prevails on Texas marriage law.

It's uncertain if the Texas Abortion ban will lead to the cancellation of same-sex marriage in the state, but it's a possibility. Many are questioning how this new law might affect the future of same-sex marriage and legal unions for all Americans. Let me share what I know so far.

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Bethany Christian Services Denies A Lesbian The Right To Become A Foster Parent

Foster care services denied to Kelly Easter, a lesbian in Tennessee.

A foster care agency in Tennessee denied custody of refugee children to Kelly Easter, a resident, solely based on her being a lesbian.

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Two Lesbian Moms In Nebraska Fight To Be Recognized As Parents

Lesbian moms are suing Nebraska services for legal parentage.

In a landmark move, two lesbian mothers have taken the first formal steps towards attaining legal recognition as parents. Their efforts serve as an inspiration to many, and pave the way for other LGBTQ+ parents seeking similar recognition and rights.

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Pendleton Heights Gay-Straight Alliance Files Lawsuit After Being Discriminated Against

Pendleton Heights Gay-Straight Alliance club.

Taking a stand for their rights, a group of fearless students are making headlines.

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How Did The Cherokee Nation Vote On Marriage Equality?

The Cherokee Nation marriage license won’t be open to same-sex couples.

In North Carolina's Qualla Boundary, the Eastern Band of Cherokee has announced that they will not acknowledge same-sex marriages. This choice has disheartened those who hoped that the tribe would follow the lead of other states and tribes that have already embraced marriage equality.

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President Biden Nominates Two Lesbian Women To Federal Courts

President Joe Biden nominates two lesbian judges to serve on the federal bench.

Today marks a major milestone in the progress towards equality and justice, as President Joe Biden appoints two groundbreaking women from the LGBTQ+ community to judicial positions. This is an historic moment for our community and a sign of true progress being made.

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Loudoun County School Board Passes Major Inclusive Policy

School district approved new policy for transgender students.

A crucial policy was passed by the Loudoun County School Board aims to safeguard LGBTQ+ students from any instances of discrimination and harassment.

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Charlotte Passes LGBTQ Nondiscrimination Ordinance

Charlotte nondiscrimination ordinance was approved.

The recently approved nondiscrimination ordinance by the Charlotte City Council represents a significant milestone for LGBTQ rights in North Carolina and underscores Charlotte's ongoing commitment to fostering an inclusive and protected environment for all its residents.

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Louisiana’s Republican-led Effort To Override Governor’s Veto Of A Transgender Sports Ban Fails

Effort to override Governor Edwards's veto on Louisiana's trans sports ban failed.

In the ongoing state-level conflicts concerning transgender rights, Louisiana's Republican-led attempt to override Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards' veto of a sports ban targeting transgender individuals has been unsuccessful in the House.

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