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For a lost soldier…

| Monday, May 26, 2014
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Every year that I have lived and worked in this city I have always gone to Arlington National Cemetery to observe the Memorial Day ceremonies. Afterwards, I wander down through the grounds, just to watch, maybe to listen, but mostly to contemplate on the sacrifices made by those brave souls whose final resting place has become hallowed ground, a literal garden of stones. Arlington's rolling hills are a place of extraordinary beauty, a fitting repository for the memory of the living history of the United States. Names from the history books leap off the pages as one strolls through the grounds...

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Pride around the world: Scenes from the International Carnaval of Maspalomas

| Sunday, May 25, 2014
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Scenes from LGBT Pride at the International Carnaval of Maspalomas on the Spanish Canary island of Gran Canaria on Saturday, May 24, 2014.

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‘My religious identity is as important to me as my sexual identity’

| Sunday, May 25, 2014
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John Russell Stanger is the first openly gay Presbyterian minister ordained in Texas. And his path toward being ordained began very, well, gay...

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‘I want people to know that there’s not one type of love…’

| Sunday, May 25, 2014
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Kids these days... Tyunique Nelson was struggling with parts of her life. Through her struggles she found some peace with Alex, a new person she met at school.

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More schools working to help transgender students feel acceptance

| Sunday, May 18, 2014
Transgender high school students Isaac Barnett, right, and his prom date, identified only by his first name Jasen, get ready to take prom photos in Kansas City, Mo. The seniors, both born as females, are open about their transgender status in their schools and say friends, teachers and administrators have been much more supportive than they expected.
Isaac Barnett took a bold step last year: He told teachers and classmates at his Kansas high school that the student they had known as a girl now wanted to be accepted as a boy. His close childhood friend, who also identified as transgender, was ready to reveal his secret, too.

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IDAHOT celebrated around the world: Images from Honduras

| Sunday, May 18, 2014
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TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras -- Members of the sexual diversity and LGBT community of Honduras participated in a march in Tegucigalpa on May 16, on the eve of the celebration of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia , the largest anti-discrimination solidarity action in the world with activities taking place in 120 countries.

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IDAHOT celebrated around the world: Images from Albania

| Sunday, May 18, 2014
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TIRANA, Albania -- Members of Albania's LGBT community on Saturday celebrated the International Day Against Homophobia And Transphobia, the largest anti-discrimination solidarity action in the world with activities taking place in 120 countries.

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IDAHOT celebrated around the world: Images from El Salvador

| Sunday, May 18, 2014
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SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador -- Members of El Salvador's LGBT community on Saturday celebrated the International Day Against Homophobia And Transphobia, the largest anti-discrimination solidarity action in the world with activities taking place in 120 countries.

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IDAHOT celebrated around the world: Images from the Philippines

| Sunday, May 18, 2014
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MANILA, Philippines -- Members of Philippines' LGBT community on Saturday celebrated the International Day Against Homophobia And Transphobia, the largest anti-discrimination solidarity action in the world with activities taking place in 120 countries.

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Civilization on the move? A weekend’s memorable LGBT moments

| Monday, May 12, 2014
Shon DeArmon, right, puts his arm around his partner James Porter while holding a flag outside the Pulaski County Courthouse in Little Rock, Ark., Monday, May 12, 2014. The state's largest county began issuing gay marriage licenses following a judge's ruling overturning Arkansas' constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.
It was an eventful weekend: An openly gay football player kissed his boyfriend on national TV after being drafted by the NFL; same-sex marriage arrived in the Bible Belt; a bearded drag performer won one of the biggest TV song competitions in the world.

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