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Women Have Many Motivations for DC Inauguration Protest

By Nancy Benac | Jan 16
Gay rights, gun control, immigrant rights, equal pay, reproductive freedom, racial justice, worker rights, climate change, support for vaccinations: They all make the list of progressive causes that are attracting people to the Women's March on Washington

Cyndi Lauper Debuts on 'Austin City Limits'

By EDGE | Jan 14
Grammy, Emmy and Tony-winning music icon Cyndi Lauper is taking her country album "Detour" to landmark television music series "Austin City Limits" (ACL) this Saturday, January 14 on PBS.

Actors' Gang Forum Features Sister Helen Prejean, Tim Robbins 

By EDGE | Jan 12
On January 13, The Actors' Gang will begin their 2017 season with a one-night-only special event featuring Sister Helen Prejean and The Actors Gang Artistic Director Tim Robbins.

Congresswoman Barbara Lee to Boycott Trump Inauguration

Jan 12
Congresswoman Barbara Lee announced that she will not attend the inauguration of Donald J. Trump on Friday, January 20, 2017.

Breakups Are the New Black: DeLaria Splits From Fairless

By Winnie McCroy | Jan 12
Love, it's a bitch. That's the sad story of the recent breakup of "Orange Is the New Black" star Lea DeLaria and her longtime fianceé Chelsea Fairless.

'Sexiest Lesbian Alive' Creator Phoebe Legere Launches Tour

By EDGE | Jan 11
Phoebe Legere, the artist and outspoken advocate for gay rights who is behind the annual Provincetown event "Sexiest Lesbian Alive," is heading to the sunny shores of Florida this week for several art and music shows celebrating gay romance.

Same-Sex Couple Hired to Lead Historic DC Baptist Congregation

Jan 11
The Calvary Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. announced Monday that they hired a same-sex couple to serve as co-pastors for their historic church. This marks the first time the progressive church has had openly LGBT leadership for its congregation.

Harriet Tubman National Park Becomes a Reality

Jan 10
Federal parks officials have formally established the Harriet Tubman National Historical Park in upstate New York.

Merck Campaign Challenges African Stigma of Female Infertility

By EDGE | Jan 10
Merck More than a Mother continues its commitment to break stigma around infertility and empower infertile women by improving access to information, education, healthcare and change of culture and mind-set to de-stigmatize infertility.

Evan Rachel Wood Wears Suit to Golden Globes, Says Dresses 'Aren't a Requirement'

By EDGE | Jan 9
"Westworld" actress Evan Rachel Wood wore tailored pantsuit to the Golden Globes, to let her female fans know that dresses were not a requirement.

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