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Section One

Cruise business, ad declines sink PlanetOut
by Matthew S. Bajko - Bay Area Reporter

PlanetOut, the nation's largest LGBT media company, is sinking under the weight of falling ad revenues, online subscription declines, and a cruise business mired in management mishaps.

As of March 31, 2007, the San Francisco-based company had an accumulated deficit of approximately $45.2 million. It suffered
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Bloody attack at Moscow Pride - Thugs beat activists and dignitaries
by Rex Wockner - SGN Contributing Writer

Police stopped a May 27 Gay pride rally outside Moscow City Hall before it could start, arresting most of the organizers as they arrived while anti-Gay thugs beat up Russian and foreign Gays and Lesbians who had gathered for the event.

Police officers, including hundreds
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International Mr. Leather 2007 named in Chicago - Washington State Mr. Leather 2006 named first runner up
CHICAGO, May 27, 2007 - Mikel Gerle, Mr. Los Angeles Leather 2007, has been named International Mr. Leather 2007, winning over a field of 52 contestants from five countries, including Canada, Denmark, Germany, Italy and the United States. He is sponsored by the Los Angeles Leather Coalition and Oil Can Harry's. Residing in West Hollywood, Cal more
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Calif. marriage bill expected to pass - Schwarzenegger likely to veto it again
by Rex Wockner - SGN Contributing Writer

What's the point of the California Legislature passing a bill legalizing same-sex marriage this year if Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is going to veto it again?

There are, in fact, myriad reasons not to give up the fight, say those involved in the struggle. And there's a
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Majestics brutalize Tucson Moon - IWFL teams sparred off at Memorial Stadium
by Que Areste and Sandi Edwards - SGN Contributing Writers

The Seattle Majestics' second game of the season Saturday May 26, first at the Seattle Center's Memorial Stadium, was another strong performance on both sides of the ball. The score 53-6 was over a out manned and out gunned Tucson Moon.

The Majestics
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Massachusetts: Showdown over marriage equality likely - Legislators to meet June 14 over state-wide vote on constitutional ban
by Lisa Keen - SGN Contributing Writer

Massachusetts is just three weeks away from a critical showdown over marriage in its state legislature. On June 14, the state senate and house will meet to take a second and final vote on whether to put on the November 2008 ballot a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.

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Massachusetts: Showdown over marriage equality likely
Legislators to meet June 14 over state-wide vote on constitutional ban

by Lisa Keen - SGN Contributing Writer

Massachusetts is just three weeks away from a critical showdown over marriage in its state legislature. On June 14, the state senate and house will meet to take a second and final vote on whether t
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New Hampshire governor signs civil union signs civil unions bill into law
"The state of New Hampshire can now proudly be counted among the one out of every five states in this country that are leading the way in recognizing the love and commitment of all couples," said Human Rights Campaign President Joe Solmonese.

New Hampshire Gov. John Lynch signed into law a bill on Thursday allowing same-sex
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