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Latest News

July 21, 2014

Impact of White House EO on LGBT Federal Workers and Contractors in New England

Statement by Gary Buseck, Interim Executive Director of Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders

Every day we hear about LGBT people who are not treated equally on the job. We agree with the President that workers should be judged only by their ability to get the job done, but know that is not always …

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July 14, 2014

Marriage Equality Now Means Marriage Equality in New Hampshire

Although same-sex couples have been able to marry in New Hampshire since January 2010, GLAD has continued to hear from couples with questions and concerns about how their marriage is recognized in the state.

Despite the intentions of the marriage equality law, other pre-existing New Hampshire laws …

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Latest Blog Posts

July 24, 2014

The D Word: LGBT Workplace Discrimination

Barbecues and iced coffee, freshly-mowed lawns and sea breezes—it smells like summertime in New England. And with summer comes summer jobs for many of New England’s youth, whether that be scooping ice cream, working at a summer camp, or maybe scoring an exciting internship. Wherever you may find … Read More →

July 17, 2014

Advancing Health Care Access for Transgender People: Medicare, MassHealth and Beyond

While we are far from nirvana, transgender people are seeing cultural and legal advances in profound places these days. Laverne Cox on the cover of TIME magazineand now nominated for an Emmy award - is one kind of milestone. The removal of barriers in insurance coverage for gender transition … Read More →

Latest Podcast

January 31, 2014

Community Call: Doe v. Clenchy 1-31-2014

Latest Video

April 30, 2014

Goodridge at 10: Celebrating a Landmark Ruling and a Decade of Marriage Equality

A look at the historic November 18, 2003 ruling in GLAD’s case Goodridge v. DPH which made Massachusetts the first state in the U.S. where same-sex couples could marry. The video celebrates the powerful and beautiful decision authored by then Chief Justice Margaret H. Marshall, and explores the … Read More →