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Bigoted NYC Uber driver Ahmad El Boutari said his two female passengers kissing was "disrespectful" and "illegal," and after kicking them out of his car, he grabbed one of them by the arm to stop her from filming the incident.

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Texas Continues Attack on LGBT Rights

The state introduced its own "bathroom bill" and is challenging spousal benefits for same-gender couples.

Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick / REUTERS

Texas is continuing its attack on rights for LGBT citizens, including challenging benefits for legally married same-gender couples and introducing its own "bathroom bill."

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California Bans Government Travel to 'Anti-LGBT' States

Discrimination proves to be bad for business once again.

Assemblyman Evan Low (D-Calif.)

Anti-LGBT hate laws are continuing to cost states money — as well as drive away business.

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Tennessee Law Lets Therapists Turn Down LGBT Clients

The governor signed the controversial bill Wednesday, which allows counselors to turn away clients based on "sincerely held principles."

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam. | Photo: Getty Images

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam (R) signed a bill on Wednesday that makes it legal for therapists and counselors to turn down LGBT clients based on "sincerely held principles."

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Mayors Unite Against Discrimination

In response to the anti-LGBT legislation passed in North Carolina and Mississippi, 10 mayors have come together and formed a coalition against such discriminatory laws.

Ten mayors from around the country have united in response to the recent anti-LGBT laws passed in states such as North Carolina and Mississippi, as reported by QUEERtimes.

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Duggar Sex Abuse Scandal and the Hypocrisy of the Anti-LGBT Right

The reality show clan continued to paint LGBT people as sexual predators even after Josh Duggar, as a teen, molested five minors, including his sisters.

By Michael Nam

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Gov. Pence Calls Press Conference to Clarify Indiana RFRA Law

Fallout from businesses and others taking a pro-LGBT stand against Indiana law continues as Gov. Pence seeks to clarify legislation

Update (3/31/2015 2:54 p.m.): List of states banning state-funded travel to Indiana updated to include New York

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What Other States Face Anti-LGBT Laws?

There are now more than 85 anti-LGBT bills before 28 states. How does your state stack up?

What Other States Face Anti-LGBT Laws?

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