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California Legislature Sends Landmark PrEP & PEP Education Bill to Governor Brown

By EDGE | Aug 29
Landmark legislation to boost awareness PrEP and PEP to prevent HIV infection was sent to California Gov. Jerry Brown on August 24, having received strong support in both the Senate and the Assembly.

Michelle Rivera-Clonch Named Omega Women's Leadership Center Director

By EDGE | Aug 29
The Omega Women's Leadership Center announced Michelle Rivera-Clonch, an educational leader in women's advocacy, as director of the OWLC.

Weiner, Abedin to Separate After Sexting Revelation

Aug 29
Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin says she is separating from husband Anthony Weiner after another sexting revelation involving the former congressman from New York.

Watch: Gus Kenworthy Plays 'Family Feud' for Homeless LGBTQ Youth Charity

Aug 29
Out Olympic skier Gus Kenworthy appeared on "Celebrity Family Feud" over the weekend, playing for the charity Happy Hippie Foundation - the nonprofit for homeless LGBTQ youth founded by Miley Cyrus.

Anthony Weiner Deletes Twitter After Being Accused of Sexting Again

Aug 29
The New York Post published a report Sunday, accusing disgraced New York City politician Anthony of Weiner of sexting... again.

Cate Blanchett and Josh Groban Lead Broadway's Fall Season

By Mark Kennedy | Aug 29
Here's a look at some highlights of the first half of the 2016-17 Broadway season.

Suitor on Gay Dating Show 'Finding Prince Charming' to Reveal He's HIV-Positive

Aug 29
TMZ reports one of the 13 suitors on the upcoming gay dating show "Finding Prince Charming" will reveal he is HIV-positive.

PopUps: After 2 Weeks, Justin Bieber Reactivates His Instagram

Aug 29
It's been two weeks since Justin Bieber deleted his Instagram account, but the singer returned to the social media platform early Monday morning.

List Released of the Absolute Worst College Campuses for LGBTQ Youth

Aug 29
Do you know any college-bound LGBTQ students? Here's where not to send them.

Report: Millions Raised for Pulse Victims Not Enough to Cover Expenses

Aug 29
The OneOrlando Fund has raised $23 million and counting for Pulse nightclub shooting victims, but experts say the donations won't be enough to completely offset medical and other expenses incurred from the mass shooting.

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