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A Queer Program for Becoming the Boss

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. As politics move backward, Stanford’s new LGBT Executive Program offers a nice push forward. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Desireé Guerrero.

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This Zombie Ballet Stars Two Gay Leads

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. When William Shakespeare wrote one of his most famous plays, Romeo and Juliet, nearly 420 years ago, he probably never imagined the tortured lovers would rise from the grave to rekindle their romance, yet that’s exactly what the Los Angeles–based Leigh Purtill Ballet …

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17 New Books About LGBT Families

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Don’t miss this list of new must-read books written for, by, and about families like yours. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Desireé Guerrero.

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4 Questions Answered on the LGBT Health Care Bill of Rights

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. In what appears to be a glimmer of hope in America’s current political climate, New York City has made a progressive and revolutionary step toward improving quality health care by establishing the LBGTQ Health Care Bill of Rights. The Advocate spoke with Dr. …

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A Poz Man on Becoming His Own Warrior

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. When Joshua Thomas discovered he was HIV-positive in 2009, he thought the most difficult part of his journey would be coming out to his family. “At that time,” Thomas recalls, “I wasn’t even out to them as being gay, and so I had …

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Can a 29-Year-Old Gay Man End Our Water Crisis?

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Seth Maxwell might have only been 19, but once he realized that over 1.1 billion people globally didn’t have access to safe, clean drinking water, he says he “just couldn’t not do something about it.” On World Water Day 2008, the out activist …

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YouTube Star Ari Fitz Shows the Beauty in Androgyny

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Labeled a “black weirdo” in high school, YouTube star Ari Fitz has never been someone easy to define — and she likes it that way. “I hate labels,” she proclaimed in a recent video, “but I understand [their] usefulness.” On labeling her own …

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These Comic Book Heroes Are Wonder Women

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. It’s easy to see how Cat Staggs and Amanda Deibert fell for each other, because we ended up nerd-crushing hard on the adorkable couple the minute we sat down to talk about their work as one of the creative teams behind DC’s new …

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Blaque Out

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Kat Blaque is not just any other girl. She is amazingly talented, wonderfully witty, and fiercely intelligent. Blaque has a gift for words, but not in the usual way. She is subtle and charming. She is soft yet strong. She’ll educate and inform …

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Gigi Gorgeous: Trans, Lesbian, and the Face of an Online Movement

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. When Gigi Gorgeous arrived at The Advocate cover shoot, there was a shift of energy in the room. Gorgeous possesses that rare but unmistakable star power, which separates the vivacious 24-year-old from the rest of us. She’s compelling. You just can’t look away — …

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