Bisexual activists say that while societal acceptance is still difficult for gay and lesbian parents, their representation far outpaces what bi parents have.
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That we can be seen as a "cause du jour" even as we're in the midst of a terrifying rollback of our rights is ludicrous.
These records display how fuzzy the line is between the online rhetoric of the extreme right and their violent behavior.
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Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) charged that the bill gives broad powers to DHS to target immigrants, whether they're undocumented or have legal status, based on the mere belief of gang involvement.