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NYU Students Descend on Chick-fil-A

Here Media Executive to Launch New Firm

Here Media's Macias Founds Marketing, PR Firm

Stephen Macias is forming Macias Media Group LLC, which will serve as Here's marketing and PR agency of record and help other clients connect with LGBT consumers.

Dear Abby Advises Gay Man to Pursue Harassment Claim

Dear Abby: Pressure on Gay Man to Date Coworker Is Harassment

A writer to Dear Abby has a complaint that he's under pressure to date a female coworker, and he can't tell his colleagues he's gay.

Gay Owned Apt2B Wins DailyCandy Small Business Contest

Gay-Owned Apt2B Wins Small Business Contest

Apt2B, a gay-owned home furnishings business, won DailyCandy's third annual Start Small, Go Big contest.

Labor Day Tribute Mary Kay Henry

Meet The Country's Most Powerful Lesbian

Meet Mary Kay Henry, President of Service Employees International Union, and arguably the most powerful lesbian in the United States.

California Latino LGBT and HIV Service Center Evicted 48 Hours After Opening

California LGBT, HIV Center Unlawfully Evicted

Bienestar, an organization serving Southern California's Latino LGBT, HIV-positive and at-risk communities, was evicted from its new Van Nuys offices two days after opening. The landlord allegedly told the organization they were "bringing disease" to the building.

Chick fil A CEO Meets With Campus Leaders to Discuss LGBT Issues

Chick-fil-A President Meets With College Leaders on LGBT Issues

Is Chick-fil-A changing its ways?

Chick fil A Vandal Will Not Be Charged

Chick-Fil-A Vandal Won't Face Criminal Charges

A gay artist who admitted to vandalizing a Torrance, Calif., Chick-fil-A with the words "Tastes Like Hate" will not face criminal charges, the Los Angeles County D.A. announced.

San Franciscans Will Get to Keep The Eagle

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