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Unrest at UCLA

Student Group Hosts Annual Same-Sex Marriage Ceremony

25 years after Steven Llanusa and Glen Miya met at the University of California, Los Angeles while attending a men's rap group, the couple returned to the scene of the crime to participate in the Student Coalition for Marriage Equality's 5th annual same-sex marriage ceremony.

School Reverses Policy, Allows Girl to Wear Tux to Prom

An Indiana high school has reversed a policy that said a lesbian student could not wear a tuxedo to her prom. The school's principal had initially told her that she could not wear a tuxedo, citing a long-standing policy dictating that men must wear tuxedos and women must wear dresses.

West Point Grads Come Out, Form Support Group

Thirty-Eight graduates of the U.S. Military at West Point came out with the announcement that they are forming a support group with an offer to help their alma mater educate future Army leaders on the need to accept and honor the sacrifices of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender troops.

Judge Rules in Favor of Gay Tolerance

A federal judge has ruled that a Florida high school gay-straight alliance must be allowed to meet.

Anti-Gay Adoption Bill Dies in Kentucky

A proposed Kentucky bill banning unmarried couples from adopting children died when it failed to make the agenda for a senate vote.

Vermont Clergy Members Sign Declaration Supporting Same-Sex Marriage

One hundred eighty-two clergy members representing nine religious denominations have signed a declaration in support of same-sex marriage in Vermont.

Sears or Playboy May Get Gay CEO

Procter & Gamble top boss Susan Arnold announced her departure from the company on Monday, March 9, putting her in the running for several Fortune 500 CEO positions. She is poised to become the first openly gay CEO of a major U.S. public company, TheWall StreetJournal reported.

Cancellation of High School Play Sends Mixed Messages of Religious Support

A local Catholic school's production of Be Still and Know , a play that details the adolescent struggles of teenagers in conflict with their sexual identity and Christian faith, was stopped by San Francisco archbishop George Niederauer before its scheduled premiere in the city's Castro district.

Antigay Comment Kills Univ. Student Union President's Campaign

Guolong Li withdrew his candidacy for the presidency of Cambridge University's student union a day before the polls opened after staff and students condemned him for making a homophobic statement.

Website Wants You to Talk About Your Rights is urging anyone, gay or straight, to have conversations with three people about what it's like to be LGBT, asserting that coming out isn't enough.

A Strong Statement, For My Wife, Premieres in Los Angeles

Kate Fleming often dedicated her work to her wife. Last Thursday, however, it was Charlene Strong's turn to pay tribute to her late partner with the premiere of the documentary For My Wife in Los Angeles.

By the Numbers: Inauguration

By the numbers, a look at what it took to put together the biggest inauguration in history.