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    Unpacking Anti-LGBTQ+ Rhetoric Following The Respect for Marriage Act Passage

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  • Discussing Political Violence Against the LGBTQ+ Community

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  • Clela Rorex, clerk who granted gay marriage licenses, dies at 78

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  • How psychiatrist ‘Dr. Anonymous’ impacted the fight for gay rights

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  • Glenn Burke, 1st openly gay MLB player, talks to TODAY in 1982

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  • Donna Farizan’s feral girl summer starts at Glinda the Good Bus

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  • Title IX: 50 years later, debate centers on transgender rights

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  • How an LGBTQ foster child found a loving home with two moms

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  • Michaela Jaé Rodriguez on acting, music career and name change

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  • Inside the generational shift of coming out LGBTQ+

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  • Sheinelle Jones explores LGBTQ health care providers and ways to improve health | Wellness TODAY

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  • How to find an LGBTQ health care provider | Wellness TODAY

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  • Idaho Pride festival: Dozens arrested on conspiracy to riot

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40 years since first AIDS cases, men living with HIV share their perspectives

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Since June 1981, AIDS has claimed more than 700,000 lives in the U.S. and today more than 1.1 million people in America are living with HIV. As TODAY kicks off its observance of LGBTQ+ Pride Month, men living with HIV share their perspectives with NBC New Now anchor Joe Fryer.