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Editor's Letter: The World Without Matthew Shepard

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Judy and Dennis Shepard took their son’s tragedy and built a foundation to make something good out of something so heartbreakingly tragic. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Diane Anderson-Minshall.

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Hayley Kiyoko May Break The VMAs — If You Vote in Time

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. The queer pop star has gotten a boost from Taylor Swift, LGBT fans, and Panic! At The Disco on her #RoadToVMGAYs. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Diane Anderson-Minshall.

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The Supreme Court Loves Dykes on Bikes

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. The high court makes clear what many already know — the word “dyke” belongs to queer women now. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Diane Anderson-Minshall.

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From Big Bang to Boys on Broadway

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Actor Jim Parsons is offering Hollywood — and the rest of America — a different style of manhood. And it’s not a moment too soon. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Diane Anderson-Minshall.

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HIV Stops With Us

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. We can stop HIV in its tracks. Here are some folks doing their part to make that happen. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Diane Anderson-Minshall.

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Game Changers: Women You Should Knnow

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Here’s a suggestion for mandated inclusion of LGBT subjects in public school social studies and history curricula. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Diane Anderson-Minshall.

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Janeane Garofalo Is Still the Voice of My Generation

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. The progressive activist and comic has been in over 50 films, but her latest, The Happys, reminds us that she’s always been able to play against type. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Diane Anderson-Minshall.

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