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Physicians Want Dr. Oz Gone From Columbia Medical Faculty

By Verena Dobnik | Apr 17
Columbia University has not removed TV celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz from his faculty position as a group of top doctors has demanded, citing his "egregious lack of integrity" for promoting what they call "quack treatments."

Hate Group Hooky: Bigots Tell Kids to Stay Home on 'Day of Silence'

By EDGE | Apr 17
Over 30 Christian groups are encouraging parents to keep their kids home from school on Friday in protest of the annual "Day of Silence" aimed at combating bullying in schools against LGBT students.

Sir Ian McKellen Announced as Trevor Hero Award Honoree

By EDGE | Apr 17
Celebrating 16 years, The Trevor Project will honor Sir Ian McKellen with the Trevor Hero Award at "TrevorLIVE New York" on June 15 at the Marriott Marquis, presented by Wells Fargo.

GLBT Troops Excluded From the Equal Opportunity Program?

By EDGE | Apr 17
Most people assume that with the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell in September 2011, the LGBT community achieved full equality in the military. This is not the case.

Gender Queer Student Accuses Texas Restaurant of Transphobia Over Denied Service

By Jason St. Amand | Apr 16
A Texas college student who identifies as gender queer is accusing a burger joint in Austin, Texas, of transphobia after the eatery allegedly denied the student service because they were wearing women's cloths.

GLSEN Day of Silence to Take Place Friday

By EDGE | Apr 16
On Friday, April 17 thousands of students across the country will participate in GLSEN's Day of Silence, an annual international event that brings attention to the anti-LGBT name-calling, bullying and harassment that is common in schools.

Michigan Mechanic Won't Fix Your Car If You're Gay

By EDGE | Apr 16
Bigotry took on an even uglier public face this week when the owner of an auto repair shop in Michigan not only said he wouldn't hesitate to deny service to LGBT customers, but also would purposefully screw up the repair if forced on the issue.

A New Baby Pulled NY Couple into Ohio Gay Marriage Lawsuit

Apr 16
Married and living in New York City, Joseph Vitale and Robert Talmas joined the legal battle over Ohio's same-sex marriage law because that's where their adopted son was born. Both fathers want to be listed on Cooper's birth certificate.

After 4 Decades in Secret, Fighting for the Next Generation

Apr 16
Luke Barlowe and Jimmy Meade never held hands in public. For more than 40 years, they lived together quietly, afraid to out themselves as a couple.

Cincinnati Man Becomes a Face of Gay Marriage Movement

Apr 16
Jim Obergefell hadn't thought about becoming one of the most visible figures in the marriage-equality movement. He just wanted to marry the love of his life for 21 years.

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