Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals Strikes Down Virginia’s Ban on Marriage for Same-Sex Couples
RICHMOND, Va. July 28, 2014
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit today affirmed a district court ruling striking down Virginia’s ban on marriage for same-sex couples. The decision will not take effect immediately, but will go into effect in 21 days, unless the defendants file a motion to stay the ruling.
The ruling will also be stayed if the defendants ask the full court of appeals to review the case.
The Glamour of dr.a.g. Returns to Bookstores with Twenty never-before-seen images
Christopher Logan has re-released his remarkable coffee table book filled with photographs capturing the worlds most celebrated drag superstars by the industry’s leading photographers.
Photos represent a wide spectrum of drag icons from underground drag royalty to the new breed of reality television stars. Included are Jeffree Star, shot by photographer Austin Young, Jimmy James as Marilyn Monroe by photographer Walter Melrose and Larry Edwards as Tina Turner by photographer Ninon Nguyen.
Census Bureau Updates Interactive HIV/AIDS Database
The U.S. Census Bureau on July 21, released its annually updated interactive global resource on the prevalence of HIV infection and AIDS cases and deaths.
First developed in 1987, the database now holds more than 164,000 statistics, an increase of approximately 5,900 new estimates in the last year, and is the most comprehensive resource of its kind in the world.
It's Good to Live in California
It’s always said, that one of the great things about living in California is the close proximity to great places to vacation. However, the first place most of us think about is a large city, the mountains or the amazing beaches. But if you are willing to venture just a little inland, you can visit a plethora of other great spots. The Ojai Valley Inn is just one of those such spots, and Outword contributor Adrian Sanchez is here to tell us all about it. Check it out on page 14.
Remarks By The President At Signing Of Executive Order On LGBT Workplace Discrimination
East Room of the White House, July 21, 2014
Welcome to the White House, everybody. I know I'm a little late. But that's okay because we've got some big business to do here.
Many of you have worked for a long time to see this day coming. You organized, you spoke up, you signed petitions, you sent letters -- I know because I got a lot of them. (Laughter.) And now, thanks to your passionate advocacy and the irrefutable rightness of your cause, our government -- government of the people, by the people, and for the people -- will become just a little bit fairer.
- Stepping Up the Pace on HIV/AIDS: Four Years of Progress, More Work to Do
- Music Circus Sets the Stage for South Pacific & Brigadoon
- George Benson & Chris Botti jazz it up at Thunder Valley
- Obama Signs Executive Order Barring Federal Contractors From Discriminating Against LGBT Workers
- Provenance has its premiere at B Street
- Esquire IMAX rolls back prices to celebrate 15 years
- See ‘Snowpiercer’ on the Silver Screen
- National Gay Blood Drive Scheduled for July 11
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