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Now You Can Marry. Welcome to Tax Time! Here's What to Know

By Carole Feldman | Jan 20
What's new when you file your taxes this year? Plenty - including the fact that now gay and lesbian families who have gotten legally married can file accordingly.

Campbell's Soup Dads to Appear in HBO Limited Series 'Big Little Lies'

Jan 13
The two gay fathers who sparked a protest by One Million Moms for appearing in a touching Campbell's Soup ad have landed a huge new acting gig.

High Court Rejects Appeal Over Same-Sex Parental Rights

Jan 11
The Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from a woman who claims Florida's previous ban on same-sex marriage deprived her of the same parenting rights as married couples.

SF Gay Couple Spearhead Change to Czech Family Law

By Heather Cassell | Jan 10
A San Francisco couple who challenged the Czech Republic's ban on gay adoption won a landmark decision for their family, and they hope it will better the lives of other LGBT families in Europe.

Trans Activist Michaela Mendelsohn Joins Board of Trevor Project

By Winnie McCroy | Jan 8
After competing in the Ms. Senior California Pageant & serving as a consultant to Jenji Kohan in the development of Laverne Cox's character on "Orange is the New Black," most people would be content to rest on their laurels. But not Michaeala Mendelsohn.

Anderson Cooper Helps to Tell Story of Mother in HBO Film

By David Bauder | Jan 8
Since he's always asking people about their lives in his role as a CNN reporter, Anderson Cooper said it felt only natural that he do the same with his own life and that of his famous mother, Gloria Vanderbilt.

School for LGBT Youth Called First of its Kind in Georgia

By Rose French | Jan 5
A first-of-its-kind private school in Georgia aimed at attracting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth and teachers is being established in Atlanta for students who feel bullied or not accepted in traditional schools.

Top Advances in Women's Health

By Winnie McCroy | Jan 4
Here are some of the top health stories in women's lives in the last year. With any luck, 2016 will see progress in international health issues, especially those that go hand in hand with women's parity issues.

Tenn. County's Plan: Overturn, Outlaw Marriage Equality

By John Riley | Jan 2
Opponents of same-sex marriage hope to gain support from at least 38 of the 50 states to push for a constitutional convention to overturn the Supreme Court's ruling.

Lesbian Mother Gets Legal Support in Alabama Adoption Case

By John Riley | Jan 2
A lesbian mother from Alabama who had previously been denied visitation rights to see her three children despite having legally adopted them in Georgia is receiving support.

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