A quick note to all you college-bound students out there. Did you know that the Point Foundation has established scholarships for LGBT students? Find out how to apply here, and hurry! Now here is your Fast Five:
- After Portland’s Just Out LGBT magazine was shuttered last month, the Advocate reports a local latina publisher is swooping in to launch a new LGBTQ publication called PQ Monthly, even keeping some of the same staff.
- Of all places, Bilerico reports Indiana will issue the nation’s first pro-LGBT license plate, which is going to really cut into the sales of all of those ‘In God We Trust’ license plates.
- The Nashville Scene says that Tennessee’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill is rearing its ugly head again, as lawmakers in that state attempt to muzzle the pro-gay agenda of all those teachers.
- This is how all college sports stars should come out: tennis player comes out to ‘Its Raining Men’ (OutSports).
- Also from OutSports, openly gay pro soccer star David Testo has been nominated to a spot on U.S. Soccer Athlete Council, which would be groundbreaking.
ThinkProgress has captured for us the CNN interview of a same-sex binational couple with four adopted children — married in 2008 — who are facing separation due to a deportation, because DOMA prevents the federal government from recognizing their marriage and their 22 years together.
Check back tomorrow for more!