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Ken Bone Accidentally Reveals NSFW Reddit History, Proves He's Awful

Oct 14
Ken Bone proved to be an awful bonehead this week.

Bob Dylan Wins 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature

Oct 13
Bob Dylan was named the winner of the 2016 Nobel Prize in literature Thursday in a stunning announcement that for the first time bestowed the prestigious award to someone primarily seen as a musician.

Bound and Gagged Kardashian Halloween Costume Pulled

Oct 12
An online retailer has pulled a Halloween costume that made light of the recent jewelry heist involving Kim Kardashian West.

After Yearbook Photos Go Viral, Teen Becomes CoverGirl's 1st CoverBoy

Oct 12
James Charles, a 17-year-old New York-based makeup artist, became CoverGirl's first-ever CoverBoy, after becoming an Internet sensation last month.

Karen Williams Plays Provincetown Women's Week

By EDGE | Oct 10
From October 12-15, Karen Williams will play the Crown and Anchor's Cabaret Room as part of Provincetown Women's Week.

Previous to Stonewall: Early Actions in the LGBT Equality Fight

By Jeff Taylor | Oct 10
The following are just some of the sit-ins, protests and spontaneous acts of rebellion the happened before Stonewall and also stand as key moments where activists stood up and said enough is enough.

Allies :: Five Tips for How to Show up and Stand Up

By Jeff Taylor | Oct 10
There are some key points in common that will help you be a better friend and champion to those in your life in a less privileged position than yourself.

LGBT History Month :: Ellen Page and James Obergefell

Oct 9
We are kicking off the celebration by honoring actress and activist Ellen Page as well as marriage equality hero James Obergefell whose court case made it to the Supreme Court and paved the way for nationwide marriage equality.

LGBT History Month: Before Stonewall, There Was Cooper Donuts

By Christiana Lilly | Oct 9
Sure, the Stonewall Riots of 1969 in New York City get all the glory, but ten years earlier there was a small, nearly forgotten uprising to which the movement's roots can also be traced: Cooper Donuts in Los Angeles.

LGBT History Month: Museum Updates Its History of Alice Austen

By Cynthia Laird | Oct 9
Alice Austen was one of America's earliest and most prolific female photographers. Her former home is now on the National Register of Historic Places.

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