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A Brief Glimpse into the Frightening Attitude Towards Gays in Russia.

This unsettling video speaks for itself – it’s simply not safe for homosexuals in Russia.

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Are We Getting Closer to Repealing the Ban on Gay Blood Donors?

Many GOOD community members pointed out that they couldn’t give blood even if they wanted to, because they're gay.

After the mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado, GOOD’s Andrew Price wrote an article suggesting that one meaningful response to the tragedy is to donate blood. The idea resonated with several people in the GOOD community and prompted an important conversation. Many commenters pointed out that they couldn’t give blood even if they wanted to, because they're gay.

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Intermission: A Turing Tribute, in LEGOs

A LEGO Turing Machine honors the father of computer science on the centenary of his birth.

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Might Gays Be Better Soldiers?

Differences in homosexual brains suggest that gay soldiers might make for a sharper fighting force.


With the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” looking imminent, the next question on America’s mind is what a military with openly gay soldiers will look like. Most experts, including Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Admiral Mike Mullen, believe that a repeal of the discriminatory law won’t at all endanger the military’s stability. And a large majority of enlisted troops agree with them. But what if a military that welcomes gays and lesbians with open arms doesn’t just not fall part, but actually shows remarkable improvement?

For decades now, scientists seeking to understand why people are gay have done neurological research on homosexual versus heterosexual brain patterns. Though these experiments might initially sound like phrenology, pseudoscientific hooey that attempted to predict mental ability based on the size and shape of the skull, in fact, they have been academic and replicable. And while there’s still no consensus as to what makes someone gay, the differences between gay and straight brains that these studies have uncovered are not insignificant.

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The 2022 World Cup Will Not Be Gay Friendly

The president of FIFA is warning gay soccer fans not to do anything too gay at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The president of FIFA is warning gay soccer fans not to do anything too gay at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

[Sepp Blatter] noted that the world's biggest soccer tournament will have to adjust to more than just the sweltering desert heat when it takes its party-like atmosphere to the Middle East in 2022.

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