Louisville passed a highly restrictive adult entertainment ordinance, which may put them out of business. Same-sex couples could get married for the first time today in New York.
A Forbes’ survey reveals the jobs with the highest gender wage gap.
HerLinked rants about the country’s Casey Anthony obsession and suggests stories of actual importance.
Today marks Eli Capilouto’s first day as the new president of the University of Kentucky. We explore his legacy at the University of Alabama-Birmingham. Namely, a lawsuit filed against him accusing him of gender discrimination.
A 25-year-old Louisvillian named Tony Crawford was arrested today and charged with third-degree sodomy and first-degree unlawful transaction with a minor.
At approximately 10:30 pm, Friday, June 24, 2011, New York became the sixth and most populous state in the union to extend marriage rights to all. MOTHER FN A. Six down. Forty-four to go. The momentum is ours. As for tonight, there’s beer to be drunk and equality to be toasted. We leave you with this: UPDATE Oh yeah, […]
The livestream video of the New York State Senate definitely works. They’re now debating S4BOR, sponsored by Sen. Berry Boring, which establishes the NYAWN2011 act. The NY Senate tweeted that there are four bills currently on the agenda (none including the equal marriage bill), and that “It could be several hours” till the big vote. Watch […]
BREAKING: New York Senate to vote on equal marriage bill tonight. Senate majority leader Dean Skelos just announced that the equal marriage bill will indeed come to a vote tonight. Watch the senate vote LIVE from HerLinked.
Wal-Mart ruling spurs Democratic lawmakers to reintroduce Equal Rights Amendment
Round-up of news about the Supreme Court’s Wal-Mart v. Dukes ruling.