“‘The Real O’Neals,’ Queer Sitcom, Releases First Trailer” Reply


HUFFINGTON POST

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“The Democratic Party’s new to-do list?” Reply


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“Is Queer Sex Legal? How Sex Laws Have Changed (or Not) Since 1964″


HUFFINGTON POST

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“Martin O’Malley takes veiled shot at Clinton on marriage”


MSNBC

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“Why Michelangelo Signorile Believes LGBT Voters Should Be More Critical Of Hillary Clinton”


HUFFINGTON POST

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“MSNBC Ignores Their Viewers By Vowing To Keep Morning Joe And Move Or Cancel Liberal Shows”


POLITICUS USA

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“Naomi Campbell Loves ‘Empire’s’ LGBT Subplot: ‘Gay Men Have Made Me Who I Am’


HUFFINGTON POST

“While “Empire’s” test ratings may’ve dipped after featuring a kiss between a same-sex couple, Naomi Campbell, a star of the hit Fox series, is thankful the show decided to stick with the original LGBT plot-line.

“I think it’s a great storyline and it’s a great dynamic,” she told HuffPost Live in a conversation on Tuesday. “I think it’s so brilliant and I think a lot of people just love that storyline.”

The supermodel hopes the story will “make people come out and embrace their sexuality and not feel ashamed, that they have to hide,” she added.” MORE

“Good News For MSNBC: Rachel Maddow Has The Most Watched Non-Fox News Show”


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“F.C.C. Net Neutrality Rules Clear Hurdle as Republicans Concede to Obama”


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Senator John Thune, Republican of South Dakota, said that Democrats were lining up with President Obama in favor of the F.C.C. position on net neutrality. Credit Jabin Botsford/The New York Times

Senator John Thune, Republican of South Dakota, said that Democrats were lining up with President Obama in favor of the F.C.C. position on net neutrality. Credit Jabin Botsford/The New York Times

“Economic Plan Is a Quandary for Hillary Clinton’s Campaign”


NEW YORK TIMES

Hillary Rodham Clinton in Indiana in 2008. Her economic message in that campaign resonated with white, working-class voters. Credit Richard Perry/The New York Times

Hillary Rodham Clinton in Indiana in 2008. Her economic message in that campaign resonated with white, working-class voters. Credit Richard Perry/The New York Times