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    Harvey Milk Foundation Statement

    Following the announcement that the United States Postal Service first-day-of-issue dedication ceremony of the Harvey Milk Forever Stamp will take place at the White House on May 22, Harvey Milk’s nephew…

    Countdown to Equality

    Countdown to Equality

    And then there were three. Just a few weeks ago, there were five states either without marriage equality or without an active lawsuit for equal marriage rights. But the pace…

    On Leland Yee’s Fall and the Supreme Court’s Fail

    On Leland Yee’s Fall  and the Supreme Court’s Fail

    It was the gun-running that floored me. The favors in exchange for campaign contributions? Plausible. An envelope full of cash in exchange for assistance lobbying his colleagues on behalf of…

    Ann Rostow: The New Black

    By Ann Rostow Swirling through the debate over marriage and gay rights in general is a deeper American colloquy. Is opposition to gay equality a matter of opinion to be respected?…

    Local and National News Map

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan Mountain View, CA – Mozilla’s Anti-Gay CEO Hastily Resigns Amid Controversy – 4.11 Just weeks after the announcement was made, newly named Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich…

    Aging in Community: Using Technology to Combat Isolation

    Aging in Community: Using Technology to Combat Isolation

    When it comes to technology, many older adults find themselves left in the dark. And yet technology can help combat one of the biggest challenges facing LGBT older adults: isolation.…

    Utah Should Drop its Appeal and Let the Salt Lake City Weddings Begin Again

    Utah Should Drop its Appeal and  Let the Salt Lake City Weddings Begin Again

    The State of Utah’s stunning admissions in last week’s oral argument before the Tenth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals and in briefs filed with the court make one thing abundantly…

    Business Outi: Ellen Van den Bergh, Manager and Senior Designer at The Great Frame Up

    Business Outi: Ellen Van den Bergh, Manager and  Senior Designer at The Great Frame Up

    We often take framers and designers for granted, and yet their work may be immortalized in your home. Perhaps you have a treasured wedding photo, or an important painting or…

    Six Ways to Protect Your Identity

    Six Ways to Protect Your Identity

    Recent data breaches at several national retailers illustrate the importance of keeping your identity safe and secure. Not only are identity thieves getting more brazen — hacking into retail computer…

    Jane Addams: Cultural Feminist

    Jane Addams: Cultural Feminist

    For Americans living during the first decades of the 20th century, Jane Addams seemed to be a Victorian matron: prim and proper, with a hint of lavender on her lace…