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The Outs Creator on the Issue With HBO’s Gay Sex – Vulture

The Outs Creator on the Issue With HBO’s Gay Sex – Vulturehttp://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&ct2=us&usg=AFQjCNGonWEXMTKsj3ocXzW-nFL9ChKAwA&clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331&ei=QcT9VvjyIOrw8AHXs5-ACA&url=http://www.vulture.com/2016/03/outs-adam-goldman-vimeo-gay-sex-tv.htmlhttp://news.google.com/news?q=gay,science&output=rssgay,science – Google NewsGoogle Newshttp://www.gstatic.com/news-static/img/logo/en_us/news.gif

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Tennessee bill would allow therapists to refuse LGBT patients on religious grounds - Christian Science Monitor

Tennessee bill would allow therapists to refuse LGBT patients on religious grounds – Christian Science Monitor

Therapists have joined cake bakers and wedding photographers on the list of professionals jumping into the fray of national debate around LGBT rights and religious accommodations. A bill in the Tennessee House of Representatives gives counselors the right to refuse treatment to patients based on religious objections. The bill passed the state Senate last month […]

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Malloy To North Carolina Business Owners: Come To Connecticut – Hartford Courant

HARTFORD — Billing Connecticut as “welcoming and inclusive” Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy wrote North Carolina business owners this week inviting them to relocate their companies here in the wake of a law critics have said is discriminatory toward the LGBT community. North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory, a Republican, signed the anti-discriminatory legislation last week […]

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Prof defiant as Marquette moves to fire him for outing pro-gay intolerance – Lifesite

ATLANTA, Georgia, March 30, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal’s high-profile veto of a commonsense religious freedom bill this week came after an overwhelming pressure campaign by some of the world’s biggest corporations. You could say it was unprecedented if the same scene hadn’t already played out in Indiana last year. It sounds like […]

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North Carolina governor’s race intensifying over LGBT rights – Chattanooga Times Free Press

RALEIGH, N.C. — The North Carolina governor’s race has suddenly become a referendum on discrimination. Republican Gov. Pat McCrory, seeking re-election in what’s anticipated to be one of the nation’s most heated and expensive campaigns, is doubling down on a sweeping law he signed last week preventing local governments from protecting people on […]

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Doctors are failing to help people with gender dysphoria – EurekAlert (press release)

Doctors are failing to help people with gender dysphoria, argues a leading doctor in The BMJ this week. James Barrett, a consultant psychiatrist at Charing Cross Gender Identity Clinic in London and President of the British Association of Gender Identity Specialists, argues that conservatism in treating trans people in primary care is unacceptable. […]

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Why Georgia governor defied his base over religious liberty - Christian Science Monitor

Why Georgia governor defied his base over religious liberty – Christian Science Monitor

Atlanta — When Gov. Nathan Deal vetoed a bill Monday that would have allowed Georgians with “sincere religious beliefs” to deny services to gay people, he suggested he was doing it in the “loving, kind and generous” spirit of the people of his state. But Governor Deal, who does not have to face reelection, also […]

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North Carolina governor’s race intensifying over LGBT rights – Minneapolis Star Tribune

RALEIGH, N.C. — The North Carolina governor’s race has suddenly become a referendum on discrimination. Republican Gov. Pat McCrory, seeking re-election in what’s anticipated to be one of the nation’s most heated and expensive campaigns, is doubling down on a sweeping law he signed last week preventing local governments from protecting people on the basis […]

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The World Psychiatric Association is the latest, and largest, medical organisation to oppose gay conversion therapy.

Global health group takes on gay conversion therapy – BBC News

Image caption The World Psychiatric Association is the latest, and largest, medical organisation to oppose gay conversion therapy. The world’s largest organisation for psychiatrists – the World Psychiatric Association – has announced their opposition to the so-called practice of “gay conversion” or “reparative” therapy, declaring it unethical, unscientific and harmful to those who undergo it. […]

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5 Political Myths Trump Is Exploding – POLITICO Magazine

Late last semester, a student showed up during my office hours. She sat down across from me, looking worried. I assumed she wanted to discuss her upcoming paper, but she had something else in mind. “Professor,” she said. “How did Donald Trump happen?” This is the question everyone seems to be asking these days. Trump’s […]

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Professor ‘must apologise over blog post to keep job’ – Times Higher Education (THE)

A year ago, Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, moved to revoke the tenure of and fire a controversial professor for statements he made about a graduate instructor, with her name, on his blog. On Thursday, the university announced that it had imposed a punishment (that it didn’t detail) against John McAdams, the associate professor of […]

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Studying the science of science – Science Magazine

In theory, the scientific method works like this: Researchers ask a question, construct a hypothesis, collect data, evaluate their results, and—ta da!—the world gains valuable scientific insights. In practice, of course, it doesn’t always work that way, and some scientists are taking it upon themselves to go beyond their core research areas to study where […]

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NIH-funded study aims to improve health of deaf and hard-of-hearing population – News-Medical.net

Improving the health of the deaf and hard-of-hearing population through accessible patient-reported outcome measures is the goal of a $1.6 million National Institutes of Health-funded study, led by Rochester Institute of Technology. Researchers and providers will, for the first time, have a tool for assessing their deaf and hard-of-hearing patients’ health-related quality-of-life […]

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Steph Curry’s Church Does Not Like LGBT People – Vocativ

On Friday, the Golden State Warriors’ star Steph Curry was asked what he thought about his home state of North Carolina passing a controversial law banning anti-discriminatory protections for LGBT people and prohibiting trans people from using the bathrooms of the gender with which they identify. “I know the NBA has a stance on equality and […]

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New titles coming to Netflix in April – Columbus Dispatch

 April 1 16 Blocks (2006) Tasked with escorting a prosecution witness to court, an aging cop gears up for the 16-block trek ­­but they’ll be lucky to make it there alive. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) Stanley Kubrick’s sci­fi classic probes the mysteries of space and human destiny. While investigating the appearance of mysterious monoliths […]

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Louisiana Legislature looks to clean up outdated laws – Daily Comet

Louisiana Legislature looks to clean up outdated laws – Daily Comethttp://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&ct2=us&usg=AFQjCNHx2jrqXofnxZkJLcnylKP87H9w_Q&clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331&cid=52779072546053&ei=AyD7VrD-JOrw8AHXs5-ACA&url=http://m.dailycomet.com/Section/518/Article/160329653http://news.google.com/news?q=gay,science&output=rssgay,science – Google NewsGoogle Newshttp://www.gstatic.com/news-static/img/logo/en_us/news.gif

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LGBT rights: Why Republicans and big corporations are on different sides - Christian Science Monitor

LGBT rights: Why Republicans and big corporations are on different sides – Christian Science Monitor

Atlanta — The rushed passage of a bill in North Carolina that includes barring towns and cities from allowing transgender women to use the ladies’ room pushes the boundaries of state-sanctioned bigotry, several US corporations, including the National Basketball Association, complained this week. For his part, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory said the Republican-led legislature […]

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Data Lacking About How LGBT Students Are Treated at School, Researchers Say – Education Week (subscription) (blog)

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students are the targets of bullying, harrassment, and disproportionatelly high discipline rates at school, research suggests. But without consistently collected, reliable, large-scale sources of data, it’s difficult to track the extent of those problems or the effectiveness of proposed solutions, a group of researchers said in a briefing paper released […]

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First Philippine satellite reaches space station – Philippine Star

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Time seems to help reduce the likelihood of a couple splitting up. Photo / Getty Images

The science of breaking up – New Zealand Herald

Time seems to help reduce the likelihood of a couple splitting up. Photo / Getty Images Relationships that don’t work out are bizarre things, miniature lives that burn out like stars. We all have our regrets – the one(s) that got away, the one(s) that never should have been. But how often […]

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LGBT backlash: N.C. law latest example of states overruling cities – Christian Science Monitor

New York — Over the past year, conservative state legislatures have begun to more aggressively assert the centralized power of the state, acting to preempt or overrule liberal ordinances passed by cities and local municipalities. The issues have often involved partisan power struggles. These have included rights for LGBT residents, higher minimum wage laws, fracking […]

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