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This month… Thoughts on Stonewall and Ferguson; 2015 LGBT Predictions; Valentine Gift Guide;  …And much, much more!   Plus, take advantage…

January 2015 Issue

This month… Kino Cuisine in the Desert; HERstyle helps you with your New Year’s travel bug; Stand up comics to…

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This month… Lucy Lawless – She Will Put A Spell On You; HERstyle – All I want for Christmas is…

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This month… Michele Balan – A Classy, Brassy, Kick-Assy Comic; HERstyle’s 30-Day Workout Challenge; A Conversation with Rita Mae Brown;…

Relive Robin Williams’ Glorious 1998 Oscar Speech For ‘Good Will Hunting’

Robin Williams

The news of Robin Williams’ death has conjured a bounty of memories regarding the beloved actor’s life. One of his crowning moments came in 1998, when he collected the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his turn as psychotherapist Sean Maguire in “Good Will Hunting.” He’d been nominated three times previously, for “Good Morning, Vietnam” (1987), “Dead Poets Society” (1989)…

Utah Gay Couples Ask Supreme Court to Hear Appeal

Supreme Court

Even though they scored a key victory in federal appellate court, attorneys for three Utah gay and lesbian couples said Thursday they plan to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to take Utah’s appeal of a favorable gay marriage ruling. It is vital that justices weigh in about whether state same-sex marriage bans violate the Constitution…

Third Pro-Equality Marriage Ruling Out of Florida

Today, a judge in Broward County ruled for the first time that the state of Florida must recognize same-sex marriages conducted out-of-state. This is the third pro-equality ruling out of Florida state court in the past month, with judges in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties issuing strong rulings in July. The female plaintiff in this case,…

State gay marriage bans face largest attack yet

Gay Marriage

CINCINNATI — The broadest attack yet on states’ gay marriage bans will be Wednesday in a packed courtroom in downtown Cincinnati, where lawyers challenging four states’ prohibitions will stand shoulder to shoulder in hopes of convincing a three-judge panel that the bans are unconstitutional. The states – Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan and Tennessee – have so…

Marriage equality marches toward the Supreme Court

Kim Hackford-Peer (L) marries her partner Ruth Hackford-Peer (R) as Ruth holds their son Casey, 7, at the Salt Lake County office building in Salt Lake City, Utah, Dec. 20, 2013. Jim Urquhart/Reuters

Though diametrically opposed on the merits of marriage equality, both challengers and defenders of laws standing in the way can usually come together on one point: their shared conviction that the matter will soon be decided by the nation’s highest court. And yet, despite a growing chain of judicial triumphs for gay and lesbian couples…