The American Cancer Society will host their Great American Smokeout, a day that encourages smokers to quit or make a plan to quit, on November 21 to help combat the country’s significant tobacco use.
Category: National News
This interview was featured in the September print issue of “OutSmart” magazine, before the death of Dr. Danielle Kaufman. “OutSmart” was sad to learn that Dr. Danielle Kaufman, formerly Dr. David Kaufman, was found dead in her Santa Rosa, California, home on Monday, September 30, 2013.
Same-sex couples must be permitted to marry in New Jersey, a state judge ruled in late September.
Beginning October 1, ExxonMobil employees in legal same-sex marriages will be eligible to receive health insurance coverage for their spouses.
Two women who wed in Massachusetts before moving to Pennsylvania asked a federal court last month to force their new home state to recognize their marriage, just as it does for opposite-sex couples.
ACLU lobbies for gay couple to finally tie the knot.
“This is a very difficult decision for a lot of people, but we’re moving forward together. Our vision is to serve every kid.”
NerdWallet releases a free interactive guide to help students of non-traditional families with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
It’s the biggest move of his career and it’s off the court. Jason Collins, who played with the NBA’s Boston Celtics and Washington Wizards this season, has disclosed that he is gay, making him the first active openly gay male athlete in the four major American pro team sports.
“People’s main concern is going to be, ‘I don’t care whether you’re black or white, gay or straight—when I need help, I just want someone there.”