Today is the Transgender Day of Remembrance:  --Mitch Kellaway reflects on the day at The Advocate --HRC honors the day --Daniel Reynolds asks - does it get better for trans people? --Painter Katie Herzog profiles 48 trans people who changed the world --Gay Star News counts the number of victims this last year --Gwendolyn Ann Smith explains why we still need the Day

Today is the Transgender Day of Remembrance: --Mitch Kellaway reflects on the day at The Advocate --HRC honors the day --Daniel Reynolds asks - does it get better for trans people? --Painter Katie Herzog profiles 48 trans people who changed the world --Gay Star News counts the number of victims this last year --Gwendolyn Ann Smith explains why we still need the Day

Marriage Equality Round-Up – November 24th:  --Ireland: DUP politician to introduce "discriminate against the gays" bill --USA / Canada: New transgender hotline launched --USA: Google Play pulls homophobic "Ass Hunter" game --USA: Update on dad who found out son was gay and asked Reddit users for help --USA: Evangelical who changed his mind on marriage equality profiled --USA: Divorce in non-marriage equality states is difficult --USA: The worst cities for LGBT rights

Marriage Equality Round-Up – November 24th: --Ireland: DUP politician to introduce "discriminate against the gays" bill --USA / Canada: New transgender hotline launched --USA: Google Play pulls homophobic "Ass Hunter" game --USA: Update on dad who found out son was gay and asked Reddit users for help --USA: Evangelical who changed his mind on marriage equality profiled --USA: Divorce in non-marriage equality states is difficult --USA: The worst cities for LGBT rights

Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has been courting gay and lesbian travelers for nearly two decades, an effort that most recently included a marriage-equality wedding promotion. This year the city became one of the country’s first destinations to market to transgender travelers, with a new tourism campaign, and for the first time will host the Southern Comfort …

Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has been courting gay and lesbian travelers for nearly two decades, an effort that most recently included a marriage-equality wedding promotion. This year the city became one of the country’s first destinations to market to transgender travelers, with a new tourism campaign, and for the first time will host the Southern Comfort …

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