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Shaun T made quite the splash in the headlines last year when he came out as gay and also announced his marriage to his longtime boyfriend, Scott Blokker. Since then, the couple has remained rather mum about their relationship. But now Shaun has decided to introduce his husband to the word in a very public…

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It’s been just over half a century since the landmark Loving v. Virginia case, in which the United States Supreme Court deemed that any laws barring interracial marriage were unconstitutional. Since then, society has slowly embraced interracial relationships. And it’s not just heterosexual couples who have enjoyed the freedom to love who they want, same-sex…

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For years, RuPaul has joked that his “RuPaul’s Drag Race” series is all about bringing families together. But this week, the grand dame of drag proved that his show is also about bringing soul mates together in the public light when it was revealed that “Drag Race” fan favorite Jujubee had is now engaged to…

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Angelina Jolie has  revealed to the world that she had a voluntary double mastectomy to avoid breast cancer. After Jolie’s mom died from ovarian cancer at 56, the actress decided to get tested to find out if she carried the BRCA mutation. Testing revealed that she has  a 87 percent chance of developing breast cancer,…

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Jason Collins He is first African American male who admitted to being gay while still playing in the NBA. Jason plays for the Washington Wizards. At the end of this season he will be a free agent.  He wears the number 98 in memory of a hate crime against a young gay male. Jason Collins…

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For weeks, the nation has been talking about the world of sports and whether or not any closeted pro-ball players will come out, thanks to the recent support of stars like Magic Johnson, Brendon Ayanbadejo and Chris Kluwe. While that magnificent feat has yet to be seen, the world of Hollywood has seen many of…

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Same-sex marriage is the national topic of the week as the Supreme Court will begin hearing cases about California’s controversial Proposition 8, which bans gay marriage in California, and the Defense Of Marriage Act (DOMA), starting today. And with respect to these landmark cases – as well as the hope that same-sex marriage will become legal in more states…

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It’s a new day and age for women in the world of entertainment, and those who are openly gay and bisexual are finding new forms of opportunity and success everyday as the industry reflects society’s changing climate about the LGBT community. And below we’ve listed some of the most powerful lesbians in entertainment. Check them…

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Gays and lesbians may not be able to marry in every state, yet, but that hasn’t stopped many of them from starting families and thriving in the face of adversity. And though some may not approve of households with parents of the same sex — or even households with just one parent who happens to…

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It’s no secret that being a minority in the world of entertainment makes it doubly difficult to achieve success. But like so many other underdogs, LGBT celebrities have slowly begun to break out of the marginalized underground scene and make their way into the celebrity mainstream in almost every facet of entertainment. Check out our…

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Celebrities do their best to keep their personal lives as private as possible (with a few notable exceptions), however, some are comfortable enough to let it all hang out. They are not ashamed to let the world know who they love. Sorry fellas. These ladies are just not into you. These girls have girlfriends! Check…

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On Tuesday, Nov.6, President Barack Obama soared to victory over his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, to be re-elected as the nation’s 44th president. The road to Obama’s success was paved not only by our nation’s first family and their brilliant team, but also by several impassioned celebrities who threw their weight behind this year’s election.…

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African American women are more likely to die of breast cancer than women of other races, especially in the first few years after the diagnosis, according to new research. “Black women were almost 50 percent more likely to die compared to white women within the first three years since breast cancer was diagnosed,” says researcher…

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Historically speaking, there’s always been a social divide between the black and LGBT community and many within the black community have always related all things gay with all things white and foreign to them. However, as most with open eyes will note, the times are changing and a study is showing that the black community…

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