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  1. Boy Scouts Join LGBTQ Pride Parades

    This year’s LGBTQ Pride celebrations saw some unusual attendees among the floats and feather boas: The Boy Scouts. Last year, the 2.7 million-strong youth organization struck down a decades-old rule against gay members, enabling scouts to march in uniform with rainbow-colored bandannas this year. The Boy Scouts of America still doesn’t allow openly gay adult troop leaders, but this year’s solidarity shows that attitudes are changing, one neckerchief at a time.

    NYT, The Salt Lake Tribune

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