Evidence suggests that Cheyenne Williams was not attacked by her three best friends in an alleged hate crime on April 16, 2010. A judge has acquitted one of the three teens and the other acquittals are expected tomorrow. Is this the result of a homophobic court system, or is it possible that Cheyenne Williams was lying about the attack?
The three girls accused of trying to throw their lesbian friend off a cliff on the Day of Silence go to court and get charges reduced to a misdemeanor. Also: gay iphone apps, lots of feminist revelations, DC mayor (accidentally?) honors an ex-gay activist, lesbian teacher fired, “how do you know you’re trans?”, and coming out in college.
New information in the Cheyenne Williams case (maybe), and shocking violence in Edmonton. Gay and bisexual politicians abound, and the petition on Ref. 71 is finally going to court. Also, a defense of the Boy Scouts, and an investigation of the gay dollar.