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Among another round of presidential nominees announced this week was an openly lesbian law professor who is set to head the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, marking the first time an openly LGBT person has been nominated to the EEOC.

BOSTON — Richard Hatch may have won TV’s “Survivor,” but he’s now dealing with his own painful reality — being held in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day, the American Civil Liberties Union said Monday.

Hundreds rally after gay-bar raid

The Southern Voice reports hundreds gathered Sept.

Police deny murder was antigay

Police in Jamaica, despite press reports to the contrary, deny the recent murder of British honorary counsel John Terry was motivated by homophobia.

Construction began last week on the 12th Street wall of Giovanni’s Room, which needs to be torn down and rebuilt, costing the nation’s oldest LGBT bookstore more than $50,000.

Supporters of the Philadelphia AIDS Thrift gathered Sept.

Thanks to a donation from a longtime member of the City of Brotherly Love Softball League, the local LGBT softball association is in the process of organizing a team to send to the 2010 Gay Games in Germany, July 31-Aug.

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