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    NCLR’s Work in 2015 and Beyond

    NCLR’s Work in 2015 and Beyond

    By Christopher Stoll, Esq. As we edge closer to a U.S. Supreme Court decision that could bring the freedom to marry to same-sex couples from coast to coast, we at…

    NCLR to Honor Idaho Navy Veteran and Couples/Legal Team in Historic Supreme Court Marriage Case

    NCLR to Honor Idaho Navy Veteran and Couples/Legal Team  in Historic Supreme Court Marriage Case

    The National Center for Lesbian Rights will honor a retired Navy veteran and NCLR client who is fighting to bring LGBT equality to Idaho, and NCLR will also honor the…

    Ensuring Equality in Healthcare Access

    Ensuring Equality in  Healthcare Access

    For those who think “separate but equal” laws are a thing of the past, consider the newness of marriage equality (for some), or the ongoing plight of our immigrant communities…

    Faith and Love

    Faith and Love

    In recent weeks, several states and national Republican leaders have been pushing for laws and policies to allow businesses to discriminate against LGBT people—and to discriminate against other historically marginalized…

    SF Pride Generates Mega $ for City and Announces This Year’s Grand Marshals, Honorees

    There is plenty of Pride news, with the 45th annual San Francisco LGBT Pride Celebration and Parade being less than three months away. The Office of Economic Analysis in San…

    Rainbow Honor Walk James Baldwin: Passionate Advocate for Human Rights By Dr. Bill Lipsky

    Rainbow Honor Walk James Baldwin: Passionate Advocate for Human Rights By Dr. Bill Lipsky

    In 1953, when he was only 29 years old, James Baldwin published Go Tell It on the Mountain, his first novel. The semi-autobiographical story of growing up in a deeply…

    Four Signs Your Relationship Is in Trouble

    Four Signs Your Relationship Is in Trouble

    (Editor’s Note: This article is the first of a three-part series entitled “Strengthening Relationships.”) After watching a couple commu-nicating with each other for just five minutes, psychologist John Gottman can…

    Marriages Today Just Don’t Work, or Do They?

    Marriages Today Just Don’t Work, or Do They?

    I recently read an online article by Anthony D’Ambrosio who wrote that “marriages today just don’t work.” He went on to mention that his generation (he is 29 years old…

    From San Francisco City Hall to the U.S. Supreme Court

    From San Francisco City Hall to the U.S. Supreme Court

    The atmosphere was electric and the excitement and anticipation palpable, as over a thousand LGBT people from all across the country gathered in Washington, DC, on Tuesday for the historic…

    Rocked By Women Pays Tribute in Dance to Women’s Culture Heroes

    Rocked By Women Pays Tribute in Dance to Women’s Culture Heroes

    Oakland-based Sarah Bush Dance Project explores issues of identity, gender, and sexuality within the broader themes of love, relationships, loss, power and empowerment. Several of us at the San Francisco…