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AT&T, Tim Cook, Imagine Dragons & LGBT performers make a big statement in Utah.
“I am extraordinarily grateful to work at a company that values family, including my own."
This cutie with a booty is a spit fire who packs a punch
Exploring the unexpected, hot, and sizzling sides of Sin City
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This shopping center is embracing "the new family model"
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Three companies that flew "our" rainbow flag during Pride and one that Facebook halted.
Is it shocking that 33% of us can’t afford a $500 emergency?
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Phew! They squeaked that apology in just in time, before all the LGBTQers go home until next June.
No one was seriously injured but one customer received minor burns.
But in what context?
Do you live in one of the 28 states where you can be fired just for being LGBTQ+?
Try it! It's so easy and cute!
He kicked the man and his friend out after asking, "Are you gay?"
The shirts, whose proceeds go to charity, are in protest of current blood donation laws.
The Voice Australia's Zain Mitchlan will now represent the company & its merch.
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CrossFit's Chief Knowledge Officer Russell Berger Tweeted Support For Indy Gym's Cancellation of Pride Workout.
Show your pride with your Apple Watch, Henny!
Is Their Simple Reason A Poor Excuse?
Made in China, Turkey, and Myanmar? There's an obvious problem here....
Anti-gay douche + Boy Scouts accepting LGBTQ members = random boy scout harassment
While many compalin about the new audio messages, the app itself completely shut down.
The company once fought against NC's Anti-LGBTQ laws, so advocates worry this is the company selling out.
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"Shining a light on the big business of sports and exposing a culture of exclusion, bigotry and discrimination"
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But has DragCon gotten too big too fast?
He's definitely cooking up more than just handsomeness.
A rise of naked male maids!
After several data leak/sharing scandals, Facebook announced it wants to share more of our information.
Will boycott follow if law passes?
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New Hampshire tea house continues to mix politics with marketing.