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Male Tennis Players Surveyed on LGBTQ+ Attitudes, Environment

Male Tennis Players Surveyed on LGBTQ+ Attitudes, Environment

SPORTS | Sep 25, 2021

About 60 players on the men's professional tennis tour have taken part so far in an anonymous, online survey about LGBTQ+ issues.

California Bans State Travel to Ohio Over Anti-Gay Legislation

California Bans State Travel to Ohio Over Anti-Gay Legislation

NATIONAL | Sep 25, 2021

Employees of the state of California will not be traveling to Ohio any time soon after a news release on Friday from state Attorney General Rob Bonta barring official travel to the Buckeye state, Raw Story reports.

10 Years after 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell,' Cadets See Progress

10 Years after 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell,' Cadets See Progress

NATIONAL | By Dave Collins | Sep 25, 2021

Marking the 10th anniversary this week of the end of "don't ask, don't tell," a new generation of military academy students say that their campuses are now tolerant, welcoming and inclusive for the most part — but that more work needs to be done.

'Marriage for All'? Swiss Voters to Decide Same-Sex Marriage

'Marriage for All'? Swiss Voters to Decide Same-Sex Marriage

INTERNATIONAL | By Jamey Keaten | Sep 25, 2021

Voters in Switzerland will decide Sunday whether to allow same-sex marriages in the rich Alpine country, one of the few in Western Europe where gay and lesbian couples do not already have the right to wed.

Filmmaker Revisits Case that Challenged Her and Her 2 Moms

Filmmaker Revisits Case that Challenged Her and Her 2 Moms

FAMILY | By Lynn Elber | Sep 25, 2021

Ry Russo-Young knew she had a story worth hearing, but it was one she was struggling to tell.

Spreading HIV is Against the Law in 37 States, with Penalties Ranging Up to Life in Prison

Spreading HIV is Against the Law in 37 States, with Penalties Ranging Up to Life in Prison

AIDS | Sep 24, 2021

Despite the fact that HIV is now a treatable medical condition, the majority of U.S. states still have laws on the books that criminalize exposing other people to HIV.

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