More Than 1 Million Same-Sex Households In US + More News

Same-sex households in the U.S. have surpassed 1 million for the first time.
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Some news items you might have missed:

Census Bureau: Same-sex households in the U.S. have surpassed 1 million for the first time. There were about 1.2 million same-sex households in 2021 with 710,000 indicating they were married, while 500,000 were unmarried.

TheOUTfront: For World AIDS Day, my buddy Larry has penned a stirring piece highlighting the “art of remembrance” – including theater, dance, art and more – created in response to the AIDS epidemic to remember those who departed, help us grieve, celebrate life, and give hope. I highly recommend.

JoeMyGod: Originally posted in 2004, Joe nows shares his stirring personal essay, “Membership: A World AIDS Day Memory,” as an annual tradition. I read it every year.

The Hill: Georgia’s Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan (R) said he could not bring himself to vote for Republican Herschel Walker in the state’s Senate runoff.

AAA: The average price for a gallon of gas is now $3.47, less than the average $3.54 per gallon that motorists paid the week of February 21, when Russia began its military invasion of Ukraine.

Politico: The Biden administration is preparing to end to its public health emergency declaration for mpox, a sign that officials believe they’ve brought the months-long monkeypox outbreak under control.