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Battle Between Gay Man & Sick Partner's Family Highlights Lack Of Same-Sex Couple Rights

By 365Gay.com Newscenter Staff

Indianapolis, Indiana — or a quarter century Patrick Atkins and Brett Conrad shared their lives including a home and bank accounts but when Atkins fell near fatally ill Conrad discovered he had no rights in determining the care or who would deliver it to his ailing partner.  (More)

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Congressional Support For Repeal Of Gay Military Ban At All-Time High

By 365Gay.com Newscenter Staff

Washington, DC — Five additional lawmakers, including the highest ranking military veteran in Congress, have joined 126 other lawmakers in supporting legislation to repeal the military’s "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell" ban on LGBT service personnel.  (More)

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Anti-Gay Politician Says Blacks Responsible For Soliciting Gay Sex Charge

By 365Gay.com Newscenter Staff

Tampa, Florida — State Rep. Bob Allen (R), a longtime foe of LGBT rights in Florida, has a bizarre excuse for being charged with offering a male cop $20 for oral sex in a washroom at a park.  (More)


Nevada Rejects Strip Clubs' Tax Refund Request

By Tod Hunter

Carson City, Nevada —he Nevada Tax Commission unanimously rejected arguments that a state entertainment tax unconstitutionally targets strip clubs, refusing to refund nearly $1.8 million in entertainment taxes collected from six Las Vegas clubs in early 2004. (More)


Knoxville Pays $1.5M to Settle Adult Store Suit

By Tod Hunter

Knoxville, Tenn. —City officials have agreed to pay $1.5 million to settle a longstanding lawsuit filed by an adult video store that closed in 2001, ending a legal fight that began in 1998 between the city and Fantasy Video based on a 1979 ordinance regulating adult businesses that was judged "unconstitutionally vague" by the Tennessee Supreme Court in 2005. (More)