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November 15, 2016 10:12 pm

FAQ: How Might the Incoming Presidential Administration Impact the LGBTQ Community?

Following the presidential election we know that many of you have questions about the future of LGBTQ rights and protections. Here are a few initial answers to questions we've been hearing from the community.

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November 11, 2016 4:17 pm

A Few Quick Answers on Marriage and Parenting in the Wake of the Election

Following this week's presidential election we know that many of you have questions about the future of LGBTQ rights and protections. Here are a few answers to questions we've received about marriage and parenting. In the coming weeks and months we'll have more resources to share. If you have a specific legal question or concern, reach out to us at http://www.GLADAnswers.org

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August 15, 2016 1:55 pm

A Look Back at High School

Public affairs and education intern Alison Geoffrey reflects on her experience in high school.

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July 13, 2016 3:32 pm

Why Religion is Not an Excuse to Discriminate in Public Accommodations

With wit, logic and common sense, Professor Joe Singer exposes how public accommodations that invoke “religious freedom” to bar service to LGBTQ people are simply discriminating based on religious beliefs. Our nation already turned away from the era where people had to “call ahead” to businesses to make sure they are welcome,’ we are “already invited.” Professor Singer makes a compelling argument that using religious beliefs as a sword is actionable religious discrimination. As our nation considers anew claims of religion in the marketplace, Professor Singer reminds us that we already have the answers.   - Mary L. Bonatuo, GLAD Civil Rights Project Director

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December 24, 2015 11:16 am

15 Steps Towards Justice in 2015

As the year comes to a close, here are 15 (plus a bonus for the New Year) things your support helped GLAD take on in 2015:

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December 1, 2015 10:12 am

To End AIDS, We Must Value The Lives Most At Risk

The scenes by now seem familiar. Activists blocking traffic at busy city intersections with locked arms, chanting “We’re fired up. We won’t take it anymore.” Protestors taking over streets and civic buildings, to raise awareness about the tragic loss of lives in their community and a government’s complicity in those deaths.

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November 13, 2015 2:37 pm

Transgender Day of Remembrance: Cultivating a Culture of Respect, Empathy, and Love

Next Friday, November 20, marks the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance. As we honor those lives lost to an epidemic of anti-trans violence, let’s also pledge to do more – to fight a climate of hate and intolerance by cultivating a culture of respect, empathy and love.     

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September 24, 2015 9:55 am

Loving a Bisexual Man

When I first started dating my husband Adam, he had just broken up with a woman. It was my first time dating someone bisexual, and I was filled with doubt and confusion as to whether this could work.

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September 23, 2015 12:05 pm

The Last Lost Generation, Part 2

Last Thursday, Massachusetts again broke ground for LGBT rights -- this time by releasing recommendations developed by its legislatively created Commission on LGBT Aging, the first statewide commission in the country to focus on the needs of LGBT seniors. In doing so, Massachusetts is shining a light on the critical needs of the LGBT aging population, and the steps needed to ensure that we all can age with dignity and respect.

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August 26, 2015 10:51 am

My Child’s School Won’t Tell Me How They Disciplined a Bully: What Can I Do?

Oftentimes we at GLAD hear from parents of LGBTQ youth who have been told that the school cannot disclose any disciplinary steps they have taken against a student who bullied their child because of “FERPA.”

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