Tag: lesbian alliance against defamation

Feedback • 11.18.11

Double standard Since the gay community and the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation throw such fits when we feel we have been insulted or slighted (Wanda Sykes starring in a commercial chastising a group of teens using...

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Update on murder of Arkansas trans woman

St. Francis County Sheriff Bobby May has said that while his department is waiting on lab reports to determine actual cause of death, trans woman Marcal Camero Tye — found dead early Tuesday near a rural highway outside of...

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Trans woman murdered in Arkansas

WREG News Channel 3 out of Memphis, Tenn., has reported that trans woman Marcal Camero Tye was founded murdered near Forrest City, Ark. The murder is being investigated by Forrest Marcal Camero Tye City Police and by the St....

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New Facebook statuses applauded by gay users

Civil union, domestic partnership added to relationship options JOCELYN NOVECK  |  Associated Press NEW YORK — Jay Lassiter is no longer “in a relationship.” Let’s clarify that: Lassiter, a media adviser for...

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Ricky Martin becomes a hero for Latino gays

SIGAL RATNER-ARIAS | Associated Press NEW YORK — It’s been almost a year since Ricky Martin announced to the world he was gay, but among many gay Latinos, a community that has lived in obscurity for fear of harassment or...

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Cox named to board of Women’s Foundation

Cece Cox From Staff Reports editor@dallasvoice.com Cece Cox, executive director of Resource Center Dallas, has been named to a three-year term on the board of directors of the Dallas Women’s Foundation. The appointment is...

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Top 10: Controversy brewed success for ‘TOTWK’

UNDER ATTACK | Director Israel Luna, center, is shown with Jenna Skyy, left, and Krystal Summers, two of the stars of his ‘Ticked-Off Trannies with Knives.’ No. 6: View all of the Top 10 Gay Dallas filmmaker Israel Luna has been...

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GLAAD marks 25 years

DERRIK J. LANG | AP Entertainment Writer LOS ANGELES — The gay advocacy group GLAAD is happy to be turning 25 years old. The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation celebrated its anniversary Friday night, Dec. 3, with a...

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