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10 Proud Gay & Lesbian Couples Throughout History

In honor of June being Gay Pride Month, we’re celebrating not just our favorite gay and lesbian couples since the dawn of time, but also their love for each other even when homosexuality was deemed worthy of incarceration. In their own ways — some more than others — all of these couples helped propel the gay-rights movement forward. Even if some of them weren’t on the front lines like Harvey Milk and Scott Smith, by not hiding their relationships, they proved to the world that love comes in many different forms.

Khanumhotep and Niankhkhanum: (2400 B.C., Egypt). Regarded by most historians as the first recorded gay couple, the gentlemen were manicurists of The Great House during the 5th dynasty. The king needed a shave; the fellas were there with bells on. Read more …

5 Moments Of Pride That Are Disproportionate To What I’ve Actually Achieved

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There are some achievements in life that are worthy of beaming pride and perhaps a little bragging. Winning the Nobel Peace Prize! Selling your first novel! Getting a cool new job! And then there are some achievements in life that are not so much “achievements” as fairly normal life experiences that feel just as victorious, that have you beaming with pride, and bragging to anyone who’ll listen (including on Facebook and Twitter). Here are five moments of pride that disproportionate to what I’ve actually achieved. Keep reading »

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