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High School Athlete In Legal Battle To Stop Trans Girls From Competing Against Her Undermines Her Case By Beating Trans Opponent In Race
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Chelsea Mitchell, a student athlete, filed a case against trans students participating on the track team.

She claims it's "unfair" for trans girls to race against her in the sport.

However, shortly after filing the case, she beat another fellow sprinter—who happened to be a trans girl.

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Kristin Chenoweth Perfectly Explains Why Her Christian Faith And Her LGBTQ Advocacy Aren't Mutually Exclusive
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During her acceptance speech for a prestigious honor at the 2020 Greater New York Human Rights Gala, Kristin Chenoweth navigated the typically rocky waters of religion and LGBTQ rights through her characteristic beaming smile and charismatic flare.

With a playful demeanor throughout the speech, the star of the original Broadway Wicked production expressed her stance that bridging the gap isn't merely possible, but ideal.

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Starbucks Praised For Its Powerful And Moving Commercial About A Trans Man Changing His Name
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The Seattle-based global coffee shop chain Starbucks is raking in awards, turning heads on the internet and raising all sorts of money to support trans youth after making a splash with an effective and woke UK television ad.

On February 2, 2020, Starbucks premiered an ad Channel 4, one of the UK's four major television networks.

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Gay Couple Calls Out Wedding Reception Venue For Canceling Last Minute Due To Owner's Objection To Same-Sex Marriage
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An English couple was blindsided when a venue canceled their wedding two months before the big event.

The heartbroken couple believes the reason behind the cancellation is they are a gay couple.

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Australia Asked Gay Asylum Seekers If They Could Just Pretend To Be Straight And Go Back To Their Home Countries
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Many people across the globe are forced to seek asylum in far away places for fear that their sexual orientation or gender identity will lead to persecution, prosecution and even death in their home countries.

That risk must generally be proven when requesting asylum.

Spoiler: there's a right way and a wrong way to ask for proof.

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