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In a recent installment of "I’m Not Terrified, You Are," Bloomberg Law reports on a FedBizOpps.gov posting by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with the relatively benign-sounding subject … more
Bil Browning reports that the Louisiana state senate passed a bill April 9 to outlaw bestiality. The proposed law would separate the offense from the state’s sodomy law that was ruled … more
Idaho Republican lawmaker, Brandon Hixon, died from a self-inflicting gunshot wound to the head. The Canyon County Coroner’s office ruled his death a suicide but police are still investigating. … more
Representative Dan Johnson, a first-term Republican, accused of molesting a 17-year-old teenage girl, killed himself two days after the allegations were made public, the authorities said. Johnson … more
QUERRTY’s Dan Tracer reports that Netflix hit it hard March 30 when – well read it below for yourself. more
LGBT advocacy groups are outraged after proposed questions regarding sexual orientation and gender identity were quickly removed April 3 from a just-released draft of the 2020 U.S. Census. more
Contributions to LGBT organizations dwindled after the marriage equality win at the Supreme Court and two recent announcements from the groups GetEQUAL and PFLAG illustrate the issue facing the … more
CNN reports that a Texas lawmaker introduced a largely symbolic bill that would fine men $100 each time they masturbated. more
Bilerico Project’s John Gallagher asks: Remember when Ivanka Trump was going to be the firewall between us and the crazies in her dad’s administration? If you haven’t figure it out by now, … more
A pioneering AIDS researcher who’s also an expert on treating heroin addiction may become the new director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, reports Ron Johnson. Dr. Robert R. … more
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