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On a new album, 'Heterosexuality,' Shamir tackles the trauma of being oneself

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Brenda Cook, Brant Hopkins and Baby Murf of the the National Women's Football League team the Houston Herricanes. January 1979, Safety Valve, Published Monthly By Houston Natural Gas Corp., Original Photo Provided By Brenda Cook, Houston Herricanes hide caption

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How sexism and homophobia sidelined the National Women's Football League

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Kara (voiced by Chinatsu Akasaki in Japanese and Kimiko Glenn in the English dub) in "The Ninth Jedi." Lucasfilm Ltd. hide caption

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'Visions' Is The 'Star Wars' Anime You Were Waiting For

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Thousands came to Washington for the March On For Voting Rights. Martin Luther King III, the Rev. Al Sharpton, and Texas Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee are among those pictured. Tyrone Turner for NPR hide caption

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Thousands March In D.C. For Voting Rights

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Lorde, Now Fully Adulting, Embraces A Folksy Analog On 'Solar Power'

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Randy Thomas, former executive vice president of Exodus International, denounces the group's actions and "conversion therapy" as a whole in the Netflix documentary Pray Away. Netflix hide caption

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Former 'Ex-Gay' Leaders Denounce 'Conversion Therapy' In A New Documentary

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After Decades In The Background, Queer Characters Step To The Front In Kids' Media

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On her new album My Savior, Carrie Underwood performs familiar hymns to an audience of one. Jeremy Cowart/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'My Savior,' Carrie Underwood Sings For An Audience Of One

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Presenting Throughline: 'James Baldwin's Fire'

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