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Cher And David Letterman Discuss
Her Son Chaz Bono’s Transition

They both stumbled repeatedly over their pronouns, but last night Cher and David Letterman had a frank discussion about Chaz’s transition and what the difference is between being gay and being transgender. Cher’s loving support is amply evident and Letterman’s questions and comments show that perhaps he learned something after being widely criticized for an anti-trans skit early this year. …

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Pelosi Wants Lame Duck ENDA Vote

According to Politico, outgoing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi indicated during a conference call today that she is planning for a vote on ENDA during the lame duck session. Politico’s Ben Smith characterizes ENDA as an “easy lift” compared to other LGBT rights legislation. That’s probably true in the House as a high percentage of Democrats have signed on as co-sponsors. …

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Crybaby Tony Perkins Demands Investigation Into Leaked DADT Survey

“We have criticized this study from the outset because the CRWG was forbidden to explore the central question before the country-not how to implement a repeal of the current law, but whether doing so is in the best interest of the armed forces. The surveys of servicemembers and their spouses which were conducted as part of this process shared the …

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Teabaggers Scream About Google Logo

Well, the teabaggers have found their latest false controversy as they are tearing up Twitter with claims that Google’s Veteran’s Day logo is a not-so-secret tribute to Islam taking over America. Cuz see that red crescent moon under the American flag which is obviously being nuked? DON’T YOU SEE IT?

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Dallas Gay Couple E-Marries Via Skype

Dallas couple Mark Reed and Dante Walkup got legally married in a local W Hotel courtesy of Skype and a licensed officiator in Washington DC. Their “Skype” wedding was officiated via teleconference from Washington, D.C., where same-sex marriage is legal, and they received their license in the mail a short time later. It’s called “e-marriage,” and it’s a sort of …

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