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

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  • Rebel Wilson opens up about same-sex relationship, motherhood and taking on a dramatic role

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  • Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle vote to pass Marriage Act

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  • Discussing Political Violence Against the LGBTQ+ Community

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  • How one woman’s coming out helped her family realize their truth

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  • ‘Bros’ stars talk ‘exciting’ release of historic romcom

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  • ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill officially goes into effect in Florida

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  • Members of LGBTQ community on how acceptance has changed

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  • Justin Sylvester on coming out: I wish I had accepted myself earlier

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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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Meet the first three winners of the LGBTQ+ Emerging Artist Award

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As TODAY continues to celebrate Pride month, the show welcomes three finalists for the LGBTQ+ Award from the Music Forward Foundation, presented by our sponsor Citi: Treya Lam, Stella Smyth and Stefan Alexander. Live on the TODAY plaza, they learn that all three of them have won and will each receive $10,000 to support their career. Eligible artists can still apply through July 2.