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In , this married Republican mayor of Medford, New Jersey, was accused of having sex with a male prostitute in a California hotel—by the escort himself. Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

Craig appealed, but in , the U. Hidden categories: In , while running for re-election, his own morality was questioned when he was charged for attempting to solicit sex from a year-old male prostitute.

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Yenni, now president of Jefferson Parish, came to see Daigle at the mall where he worked. In it was revealed that Republican North Carolina Senate candidate Steve Wiles once performed as a drag queen, proving once again that conservative, anti-gay activists aren't always what they seem. Fashion Designer, filmmaker. Stewart McKinney — The result is a sweeping narrative that reperiodizes gay rights history, places queer activism at the center of urban political history, and provides a vivid portrait of the Chicagoans responsible for expanding gay rights in their city.

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So obviously, Rekers had an account there. Among the notable incumbents who were re-elected were Gov. By length of service historically Current members by wealth From multiple states. Retrieved 26 December Foley resurfaced as a supporter of Donald Trump during the presidential election. This year, the list includes figures from politics, news media, entertainment, technology and more. Our nation's Congress is certainly not immune to hypocrisy, especially when it comes to same-sex marriage and equal rights for the LGBT community.

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Anti-Gay Politicians List of US Leaders Against Gay Rights

Lists of the first LGBT holders of political offices. The group endorsed candidates in this election cycle, nearly all of whom were Democrats. Hope, Arkansas, United States of America.

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